Andrew K. Thomas is a lawyer from Fairfax, Virginia. He was born in Washington D.C. Andrew started practicing law as an insurance defense lawyer. He joined the Dulaney Lauer Thomas law firm in 1996 and he has been a general partner with the firm from 1999. Andrew focuses his law practice of cases that involve wrongful death, severe personal injury, and litigationas well as jury trials. Therefore, he will provide you with quality legal representation in cases in any of these areas.
Andrew K. Thomas provides individuals with legal representation against several corporate entities and insurance companies. With his vast experience, he has litigated over hundreds of cases involving injury in the state of Virginia and in other federal courts. Andrew received his Juris Doctor from George Town Mason University School of Law in 1992 and a Bachelor of Arts from the James Madison University in 1988.
As a well renowned lawyer, Andrew has received one of the highest ratings, AV Preeminent, through a national system of rating from Martindale-Hubbell, which is based on different opinions from many attorneys and judges. In addition, Andrew has been named amongst the Lawdragon 3000, which includes some of America’s leading plaintiff lawyers. He is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which is a national legal association. The membership is usually limited to attorneys that have won settlements and verdicts that are either million or multi-million.
Andrew K. Thomas is well known for being outstanding in his practice. His approach is one that is seen by many as aggressive, diligent and cordial, which allows him to meet different needs of his clients. Andrew has the belief that no case is ordinary and makes sure to put his energy, effort and dedication into making sure that he overcomes the different challenges that he and his client face when trying to get the most favorable result.
The Virginia State Bar has admitted Andrew K. Thomas as have different courts such as the Supreme Court of Virginia, United States Federal District Court (Both the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia) and the United States Court of Appeals (fourth circuit).