Brad Goodwin

Brad Goodwin has represented countless clients in a wide variety of areas of law, including workers’ compensation, personal injury, domestic and family law, civil litigation, estate planning, employment law, criminal and traffic law. Over time, Brad has focused his practice primarily on helping injured workers pursue their claims through the Workers’ Compensation Commission and through civil litigation; although, he also dedicates some time to assisting clients in other areas of law where he has vast experience.

After a brief time practicing in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Brad returned to the Richmond area in 2010 to co-found ReidGoodwin. Brad has a strong commitment to being involved in the community and helping to ensure the residents of the Richmond area receive the representation and attention they deserve.

Brad has argued successfully in the Court of Appeals of Virginia, Workers’ Compensation Commission, the Virginia Employment Commission, and numerous Circuit Courts, General District Courts and administrative proceedings all throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.

In his spare time, Brad has a passion for music and athletics. Brad has been a member of multiple musical groups, often volunteering his time to provide entertainment at charity events, and also volunteers at numerous events for the benefit of Type 1 Diabetes research.  He also participates in various recreational leagues and races throughout the year.

Education

  • University of Richmond School of Law
  • University of Virginia

Professional Membership, Honors & Community Involvement

  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Henrico County Bar Association
  • American Inns of Court- Workers’ Compensation Division
  • CASA Superhero 5K Charity Race
  • Volunteer- Various JDRF Charity Events

Publications & Speaking Engagements

  • “Virginia Commercial and Landlord-Tenant Law- Provisions in Residential Lease Agreements” – Virginia Continuing Legal Education September 12, 2013
  • “Advanced Workers’ Compensation Seminar” – Virginia Continuing Legal Education July 23, 2015

Appellate decisions

  • 7-Eleven, Inc. v. Williams (Virginia Court of Appeals, February 11, 2014)

DISCLAIMER: ALL CASE RESULTS DEPEND ON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. WE CANNOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT ANY SIMILAR RESULTS IN ANY FUTURE CASE UNDERTAKEN BY ANY ATTORNEY IN OUR FIRM.

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