THOMAS E. ALBRO

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE | LEGAL MALPRACTICE | PERSONAL INJURY

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  • 1972, Virginia
  • 1975, South Carolina and U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
  • 1977, U.S. District Courts, Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia
  • 1983, U.S. Court of Military Appeals
  • 1984, U.S. Supreme Court.
  • 1998, Certified Mediator – Supreme Court of Virginia
  • Charlottesville-Albemarle and Virginia Bar Associations
  • Virginia State Bar (Chairman, Litigation Section Board of Governors, 2002–2003; Chairman, Standing Committee on Lawyer Advertising and Solicitation, 1996–1999)
  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (Member, Board of Governors 1979-present; President, 1990–1991)
  • Fellow: American College of Trial Lawyers
  • Fellow: International Academy of Trial Lawyers.
  • Fellow: Virginia Law Foundation
  • About Thomas E. Albro

    Biographical History

  • Lecturer, Trial Advocacy, University of Virginia School of Law, 1985–2000
  • Councilman, Charlottesville City Council, 1978–1982
  • Virginia State Board for Community Colleges, 1994–2002 (Chairman,1996-1997)
  • Boyd-Graves Conference, 1979-present (Chairman, 1998–2000)
  • Military

  • CAPT, JAGC, USNR-(Ret.) – Active Duty 1972-1975; Reserve Duty 1975-1993
  • Thomas E. Albro was born in New York, NY. He received his A.B., cum laude, in 1969 from Cornell University and his J.D. from the University of Virginia in 1972.

    Mr. Albro focuses on the following practice areas: Medical and Legal Malpractice Law, Motor Vehicle Collisions, Personal Injury Law, Defamation Law, Eminent Domain, and Civil Litigation.

    TO ACHIEVE THE BEST RESULT POSSIBLE FOR THE CLIENT AT THE LEAST COST AND WITHIN THE BOUNDS OF THE LAW AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

    My Primary Objective

    PRACTICE AREAS

    PERSONAL INJURY

    FOR THOMAS E. ALBRO

    DEFAMATION

    MEDICAL MALPRACTICE

    EMINENT DOMAIN

    LEGAL MALPRACTICE

    MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS

    CIVIL LITIGATION

    THOMAS E. ALBRO'S

    THOMAS E. ALBRO REPRESENTED THE SUCCESSFUL PLAINTIFF IN JAMES v. JANE IN WHICH THE VIRGINIA SUPREME COURT STRUCK DOWN THE DEFENSE OF SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY WHICH DOCTORS AT UVA AND OTHER STATE INSTITUTIONS HAD USED TO ESCAPE LIABILITY FOR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE, THEREBY CREATING AN OPPORTUNITY FOR VICTIMS OF MALPRACTICE TO RECOVER DAMAGES.

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