We represent a range of clients across multiple practice areas, but all of our cases have a few things in common. The majority of our clients are worried when they come to us, and we put their minds at ease with common-sense advice and practical solutions. Read about how we have helped other Northern Virginians resolve their legal issues in these case results.

DISCLAIMER: The results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each of the clients' cases and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client's case.

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  • MLG won an appeal before the Court of Appeals (Case No. 0748-17-4). Court of Appeals reversed the decision of Loudoun County Circuit Court Judge who awarded a stay-at-home mom of 22 years marriage, who was disabled at the time of hearing, only five years of alimony.
  • MLG successfully argued a wife had a need for any pendente lite spousal support, even though she had inherited a sizable estate 2 years prior to separation.
  • Wife regained custody of her two children, where the circuit court had previously awarded custody to the father at the temporary hearing (Wife had been represented by different counsel at that hearing). Wife was also awarded the entire business she started during the marriage; where her husband claimed he was a key manager in starting the business and deserved portion of the business.
  • MLG successfully obtained protective order for wife against husband and possession of the home due to husband’s physical abuse. Wife additionally received temporary spousal support and exclusive possession of the house, even though the house was owned by the husband prior to marriage.
  • Wife was brutally beaten by her husband, who broke wife's orbital bone and dislocated her jaw. The injuries caused damage to her teeth, TMJ, and PTSD syndrome. MLG successfully won a $550,000 jury verdict for the wife against the husband. This was also one of the first cases in Virginia where a wife was able to successfully sue her husband for monetary damages, for a tortious injury, separate and apart from the divorce action.
  • MLG obtained a wife approximately $30 Million in assets and support for a 12 year marriage.
    $3.0 Million
  • MLG successfully represented a family in a wrongful death action in which a family member was killed in an automobile collision with a telephone pole. MLG successfully settled with a large utility company which owned the pole, on the basis that the power line pole the family member struck was in poor condition and was improperly maintained.
  • Successfully settled with Walmart for a significant sum for an accident involving a motorcyclist struck by a Walmart truck. The injuries were exacerbated because the Walmart truck backed over the MLG client's foot, which caused Reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (RSD), a disorder that causes lasting pain, usually in an arm or leg, and which develops post accident.
  • Successfully represented dog bite victim in litigation which settled for $160,000. Overcame contributory negligence defense and defense that the dog owner was not covered by homeowner’s policy because the injury occurred on property not owned by the dog owner.
  • MLG successfully represented a pedestrian who was struck in a crosswalk at night in a dark intersection. Pedestrian had a broken clavicle and broken ankle. Medical bills were $90,000. Settled for policy limits of $250,000 , plus obtained client an additional $30,000 in medical expense reimbursement.
  • MLG represented a bicyclist struck at an intersection by a taxicab. Broken neck vertebrae and clavicle, requiring 5 surgeries. Settlement for policy limits, plus additional recovery against the taxicab company.
  • MLG represented a jogger who was struck by a bicyclist traveling at a high speed. Client sustained $87,000 in medical expenses. Had ankle surgery and permanent injury to ankle, but allegations of contributory negligence/lack of liability were overcome. $350,000 settlement.