ReidGoodwin visits Funnville!

https://www.milb.com/richmondReidGoodwin – ROOT, ROOT, ROOT for the Richmond Flying Squirrels!

On Friday, June 8th, Our team at ReidGoodwin took a trip to the Diamond for a night of music, food, and BASEBALL!

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Richmond Flying Squirrels Pre-Game Performance: Max Power

Prior to the game, our in-house Rock star, Brad Goodwin and his band, Max Power, lit up the stage for a pre-game show! A crowd gathered and roared with applause as Max Power performed a fun mix of today’s greatest hits. Following the performance, friends and family settled into their seats as the Squirrels took the field.

The stadium lights, past-time snacks, and cheering made for the perfect atmosphere for our ReidGoodwin newcomers and veterans to get to know one another and meet each others’ families. The Flying Squirrels battled the Harrisburg Senators for a nail-biting game falling 8-7 in the 9th inning.

As a group, our staff at ReidGoodwin embraces the fun and exciting events Richmond has to offer. Our trip to Funnville was a great way to finish the work week while supporting the Richmond community. Our growing team looks forward to our next outing. Drop us a line at receptionist@reidgoodwin.com if you have suggestions for any future outings for the ReidGoodwin team! #GoNutz #GoSquirrels

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ReidGoodwin Reading Corner: May Grant Recipient and June Grant Information

ReidGoodwin Awards May Reading Corner Grant

The law firm of ReidGoodwin, PLC has awarded the $500.00 May Reading Corner Grant to Albert H. Hill Middle School to be used towards purchasing additional titles for their sixth reading project in the upcoming 2018-2019 school year. We are excited to see the impact that these books will have on the students at Albert Hill Middle School.

ReidGoodwin, headquartered in Richmond, has a history of community engagement – partnering with the likes of Richmond Animal League (RAL), FeedMore, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), Ronald McDonald House, Safe Harbor, Angel Tree, and more.  Now, more than ever, our communities need responsible corporate citizens that give back to their community. “ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner” is a natural extension to give back to the children in our community and support the educators and libraries in Richmond’s public schools.

For the month of June, ReidGoodwin will be awarding another $500.00 to a school to be used towards any project or need, such as purchasing new books for the library or new supplies. If your library or school has a specific need please submit a short proposal by 5:00 PM on June 20th.

Interested schools or libraries in the award should submit a brief statement to include a short description of how the money will be used. Proposals can be sent to Gabby Cook at receptionist@reidgoodwin.com. A school will be selected on June 25, 2018.

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Brody Reid Selected as Member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers

Selected as Member for Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Virginia for 2018

ReidGoodwin would like to congratulate Brody Reid for being selected as a member of this year’s Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers (NTL) in the state of Virginia. In order to receive this exclusive membership invitation, The NTL evaluates an attorney’s reputation among their peers, the judiciary, and the public. They also evaluate their previous achievements, their rankings and ratings, and their board certification. The attorney must also have strong leadership skills and superior trial results. We are honored that Brody was chosen by his peers and community for these reasons to be included.

ReidGoodwin was founded on the principles of helping injured individuals across Virginia. It is our passion to help the people within our community. We strive to make our clients feel as whole as possible after catastrophic accidents and injuries. We are humbled by this recognition and will continue to strive for excellence and the best outcomes for our clients.

Again, we would like to say thank you to our peers for nominating Brody. We would also like to thank our community for allowing this invitation to be extended to him.

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ReidGoodwin Rovers Participate in the 2018 RAL Woofstock

Attorneys and Staff Members Raise Funds to Help Care for RAL Animals

On Saturday, April 28th, ReidGoodwin participated in the Richmond Animal League’s (RAL) Woofstock and Strut Your Mutt for the fifth consecutive year. In the month leading up to the event, staff members were able to raise $2,425.00 which will be donated to RAL. Money raised will be put towards microchips, spay and neuter surgeries, cleaning supplies, medication, testing, vaccines, and food. The funds will also assist with animal transportation.

The Richmond Animal League is a no-kill shelter founded in 1979. They assist with helping find homes for dogs and cats. In 2009, they opened The Loving Spay & Neuter Clinic, as they saw the need for a low-cost clinic on the Southside. If a pet owner meets the low-income guidelines, their animals are eligible for free spay and neuter services. Each year the RAL hosts the Woofstock and Strut Your Mutt to help fund these activities.

ReidGoodwin loves an opportunity to give back to the Richmond community. Animals are especially close to the hearts of the attorneys and staff members. We look forward to helping fundraise for RAL again next year. For more information on RAL, visit their website!

ReidGoodwin Reading Corner: April Grant Recipient and May Grant Information

ReidGoodwin Awards April Reading Corner Grant

The law firm of ReidGoodwin, PLC has awarded the $500.00 April Reading Corner Grant to J.H. Blackwell Elementary School to be used towards purchasing new books for the school library. We are excited to see the impact that these books will have on the students at J.H. Blackwell.

ReidGoodwin, headquartered in Richmond, has a history of community engagement – partnering with the likes of Richmond Animal League (RAL), FeedMore, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), Ronald McDonald House, Safe Harbor, Angel Tree, and more.  Now, more than ever, our communities need responsible corporate citizens that give back to their community. “ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner” is a natural extension to give back to the children in our community and support the educators and libraries in Richmond’s public schools.

For the month of May, ReidGoodwin will be awarding another $500.00 to a school to be used towards any project or need, such as purchasing new books for the library or new supplies. If your library or school has a specific need please submit a short proposal by 5 PM on May 23rd.

Schools or libraries interested in the award should submit a brief statement to include a short description of how the money will be used. Proposals can be sent to Samantha Daniel at receptionist@reidgoodwin.com. A school will be selected on May 25, 2018.  

 

Brody Reid and Brooke Alexander named Super Lawyer Rising Stars 2018

Brody Reid and Brooke Alexander named Super Lawyer Rising Stars 2018

Reid Goodwin Attorneys Nominated by Peers to be Honored with Award

                       

ReidGoodwin is honored to announce that our attorneys, Brody Reid and Brooke Alexander, are featured in the 2018 edition of Super Lawyers Magazine as Rising Stars! This is the fourth year in a row that Ms. Alexander has received the honor and fifth year in a row for Mr. Reid.

Super Lawyers uses a multi-round process to select each year’s Rising Stars. In order to be nominated, a candidate must be 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less. After being nominated, an attorney is evaluated by peer recognition and professional achievement including, settlements, experience, honors and awards, and education. Being honored with the title “Super Lawyer” is limited to five percent of lawyers in the state and no more than 2.5 percent are named “Rising Stars.”

ReidGoodwin was founded on the principles of helping injured individuals across Virginia. It is our passion to help the people within our community and to make our clients feel as whole as possible after catastrophic accidents and injuries. We are humbled by this recognition and will continue to strive for excellence and the best outcomes for our clients.

We would like to thank our peers for nominating Brody and Brooke and our community for allowing us to serve them.

March Grant Recipient and April Reading Corner Grant

March 30, 2018 – Richmond, Virginia

The law firm of ReidGoodwin, PLC has awarded the $500.00 March Reading Corner Grant to J.E.B. Stuart Elementary School to be used towards purchasing STEAM books for the school library. We are excited to see the impact that these books will have on the students at J.E.B. Stuart.

ReidGoodwin, headquartered in Richmond, has a history of community engagement – partnering with the likes of Richmond Animal League (RAL), FeedMore, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), Ronald McDonald House, Safe Harbor, Angel Tree, and more.  Now, more than ever, our communities need responsible corporate citizens that give back to their community. “ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner” is a natural extension to give back to the children in our community and support the educators and libraries in Richmond’s public schools.

For the month of April, ReidGoodwin will be awarding another $500.00 to a school to be used towards any project or need, such as purchasing new books for the library or new supplies. If your library or school has a specific need please submit a short proposal by 5 PM on April 18th.

Interested schools or libraries in the award should submit a brief statement to include a short description of how the money will be used. Proposals can be sent to Samantha Daniel at receptionist@reidgoodwin.com. A school will be selected on April 23, 2018.

ReidGoodwin Attends VTLA’s 2018 Convention in Williamsburg, Virginia

 RG Attorneys Continue Education to Better Serve Clients

This past weekend, Attorneys from ReidGoodwin attended the VTLA’s 59th Annual Convention in Williamsburg, Virginia. At the convention the attorneys interacted with their peers and judges from across Virginia. Each year, the attorneys continue their education and stay current on important topics facing them each day with seminars at the convention.

This year, topics at the convention included jury selection, ethics of representing brain injured clients, Voir Dire in Virginia, Workers’ Comp Liens in Personal Injury Cases, and Cyber-security. Additionally, the convention featured a conversation with Chief Justice Lemons from the Supreme Court of Virginia. Brody Reid from ReidGoodwin was honored to introduce a speaker at this year’s convention.

ReidGoodwin was honored to be elected to leadership positions at the Convention. Brad Goodwin was re-appointed to chair the annual advanced Workers’ Compensation retreat in the fall and Brody Reid was elected to the VTLA Board of Governors as a Governor-at-large. Brad and Brody look forward to helping serve the organization in favor of access to justice for all in Virginia.

VTLA is a voluntary bar association that was founded in 1959 in Virginia. They work to educate about the importance of the jury and the trial lawyer. There are 2,000 members who represent clients all over Virginia. Each year, they host a number of educational events, such as conferences and seminars for lawyers and paralegals state-wide.

The VTLA offers events and seminars throughout the year. To read about past VTLA seminars that RG’s attorneys have attended, click here! To learn more about the VTLA, what they do, and how you can get involved, visit their website!

Read Across America Day in Richmond Public Schools

ReidGoodwin Reads to Students on Dr. Seuss Day

On Friday, March 2nd, staff members from ReidGoodwin volunteered at elementary schools in the Richmond area on behalf of RG’s Reading Corner Program. Volunteers were able to choose a Dr. Seuss book and read it to classes at Fairfield Court, Broad Rock, G.H. Reid, J.E.B. Stuart, Blackwell, and M.J. Jones Elementary Schools.

This event kickstarted ReidGoodwin’s new community outreach program, ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner. ReidGoodwin started this program with the mission to give back to Richmond Public Schools. These schools play a vital role in our families and community and ReidGoodwin wants to support them in any way possible. On February 28th, ReidGoodwin also announced a monetary award for the month of March. Schools will be able to submit a proposal and ReidGoodwin will award $500.00 for a project or need.

We look forward to more opportunities to give back and connect with our community. For more information on ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner and how to get involved, click here!

 

ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner

ReidGoodwin Launches New Community Outreach Program

The law firm of ReidGoodwin, PLC has announced a new community outreach program, “ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner” with the mission to give back to the City of Richmond public schools that serve our families, friends, and community.

ReidGoodwin, headquartered in Richmond, has a history of community engagement – partnering with the likes of Richmond Animal League (RAL), FeedMore, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), Ronald McDonald House, Safe Harbor, Angel Tree, and more.  Now, more than ever, our communities need responsible corporate citizens that give back to their community. “ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner” is a natural extension to give back to the children in our community and support the educators and libraries in Richmond’s public schools.

For the month of March, ReidGoodwin will be awarding $500.00 to a school to be used towards any project or need, such as purchasing new books for the library or new supplies. Our attorneys and staff will also be volunteering to read and help in the libraries of several of Richmond elementary schools.  If your library or school has a specific need, please submit a short proposal by 5 PM on March 16th.

Interested schools or libraries in the award should submit a brief statement to include a short description of how the money will be used. Proposals can be sent to Samantha Daniel at receptionist@reidgoodwin.com. A school will be selected on March 20th, 2018.