Litigation

Frith, Anderson & Peake litigates cases stemming from personal injuries and property damage, commercial disputes, insurance coverage issues, employment-related matters, and professional liability claims.  Our clients include insurance companies, business owners, corporations, lawyers, doctors, accountants, and architects.  We practice in Virginia and West Virginia state courts, federal courts, and before federal and state administrative bodies and regulatory agencies, including the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission as well as the EEOC.

Our attorneys have the experience to provide advice and help our clients decide when litigation is appropriate and when settlement or alternative dispute resolution is the proper course of action.  We have built our reputation as a civil defense litigation firm, but we also have significant experience initiating court proceedings on behalf of our clients when litigation is necessary.

Specific Matters Handled

Frith Anderson & Peake handles legal proceedings in all of its practice areas.  Please visit the individual practice areas on this site to learn more about the specific types of matters we regularly litigate.

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AOP Highlight |  Local Government & Section 1983 Litigation

Frith Anderson & Peake represents local governments, school boards, public authorities, employees, and constitutional officers in litigation and advisory capacities.  Our attorneys understand the unique status local governments, their divisions, and employees occupy within our legal and political systems.  We are experienced in the broad array of issues that face local governments and related entities, including: Claims involving: Excessive Force Unlawful Search and Seizure Deliberative Indifference Custom and Practice Free Speech Due Process and Liberty Interest Violations Local Government Defense Local Government Employee Defense Violations of 42 U.S.C § 1983 Whatever issues a local government may face and whatever goals it...

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