William Breit

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Attorney at Breit Law PC
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23462

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Serious injuries deserve serious results. You deserve your case to be taken seriously.

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  • Breit Law PC
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  • 5544 Greenwich Rd
    Suite 100
    Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23462
    United States

    Lawyer Background

  • Year Licensed
  • 1978
  • Education
  • JD - Marshall Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary; 1978
    BA - Northwestern University; 1975
  • Honors, Awards & Affiliations
  • AAJ
    ABA
    Civil Justice Foundation
    Pound Civil Justice Institute
    NBTA
    Virginia Trial Lawyers Association

More About Attorney William Breit

Attorney William Breit takes the time and effort to understand your personal injury case, and strategize for the best outcome. William Breit is a distinguished trial lawyer who has been at the forefront of major personal injury cases in Hampton Roads, Virginia for over 36 years. Our practice areas include personal injury, medical malpractice, auto accidents, brain injury, wrongful death etc.

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5 Reasons You Might Not Receive Maximum Compensation for a Car Accident

The civil law system exists in Virginia to make sure accident victims are made “whole.” Put simply, a motorist who is harmed through no fault of their own should not suffer financially because of the accident. Instead, the driver who is to blame should bear the financial burden. For this reason, our clients can often receive compensation for medical care, lost wages, property damage, and pain and suffering following a Virginia car accident.Unfortunately, not every accident victim receives...


Can You Sue for Coronavirus Medical Malpractice in Virginia?

With Virginia Governor Ralph Northam ordering residents to stay home to slow the spread of coronavirus, thousands of Virginians have been infected with COVID-19 so far. But can they file a medical malpractice lawsuit over COVID-19 misdiagnosis, failure to treat or administer a coronavirus test, or other forms of medical errors related to the diagnosis and treatment of the virus?The question depends on a multitude of factors, including the expertise of your Virginia medical malpractice attorney,...


What Happens During Your Virginia Personal Injury Lawsuit? 6 Stages to Expect

Most Virginians are not familiar with the state’s personal injury process. In fact, it can be overwhelming and scary to pursue a claim when you have no idea what happens during the lawsuit, not to mention that the process can be stressful, exhaustive, and expensive.Contact a personal injury lawyer in Virginia Beach to help you navigate the legal procedure and understand various stages of the process.Stage #1: Medical TreatmentGetting better should be your priority after a vehicle...


Common Springtime Accidents

As the weather warms, the birds start to chip, and the flowers begin to bloom, all may seem good and well for those living in Virginia. But in addition to longer days and more sunshine, springtime weather can also mean an increase in the number of accidents leading to personal injuries. At the office of Breit Law, PC, our experienced Virginia personal injury attorney can assist you if you’ve been in an accident. Consider these common springtime accidents, how to avoid them, and what to do...


Liability for a Wintertime Slip and Fall

While Virginia Beach may not see as much snow and ice in comparison to other parts of the country during the wintertime, snow does fall in the city, and snow accumulations in other parts of our state can be much greater. While snow may be beautiful, it can also create a hazard - snow and ice create dangerous conditions for driving, as well as slippery conditions for walking. Which raises the question: if a person slips and falls on snow or ice that’s accumulated on a property and is injured,...


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