At the Virginia law firm of Copeland & Bieger, P.C., we handle a broad spectrum of practice areas, including:
- Business bankruptcy: We are highly experienced with Chapter 11 bankruptcy for corporations and Chapter 12 bankruptcy for farmers.
- Consumer bankruptcy: Our law firm assists Virginia individuals and families with filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to discharge personal debt.
- Workplace accidents and injuries: If you were injured on the job, it is important to contact an attorney who can help you get the money and benefits you need to recover.
- Worker's compensation: Learn how our skilled Marion worker's comp lawyers can assist you with all aspects of your claim for lost wages, medical expenses and more.
- Social Security Disability: If you are no longer able to work because of your injuries or illness, you may be eligible to collect money from the Social Security Administration.
- Criminal law: Attorney Bieger is a former prosecutor who now defends individuals against a wide range of criminal charges.
- Juvenile law: We represent juveniles throughout Virginia accused of various crimes.
- Personal injury/medical malpractice: Our lawyers can help you pursue compensation for injuries and property damage caused by another's negligence.
- Black lung litigation and coal law: If you are suffering from black lung disease or a coal-mining injury, get a personal injury attorney on your side today.
- Commercial law: With decades of experience, we are well equipped to handle all aspects of commercial or business law.
- Federal litigation: Dealing with federal cases requires an attorney with particular knowledge of this area of law.
- Domestic relations law: We can represent you in divorce, child custody disputes and much more.
Contact Our Virginia Lawyers for Work Accidents and Much More
Schedule a free initial consultation by calling our Abingdon office at 800-591-4972, or contact us online. We serve clients in Bristol, Marion, Lebanon and beyond.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.