Located in Abingdon, a historic town in Southwest Virginia, McElroy, Hodges, Caldwell & Thiessen represents business clients and individuals in Virginia and Tennessee. Many of our clients are located in Southwest Virginia, Northeast Tennessee, or have operations in the region. We are committed to the highest level of service to our clients and their legal endeavors.
Our firm’s core competencies are commercial litigation and civil trial practice, employment and workplace law, insurance coverage and defense, personal injury, and negligence actions of every kind. We regularly represent clients in state and federal administrative proceedings, and we provide our clients with business advice and counseling on various issues.
Our attorneys have represented clients in virtually every circuit court in Southwest Virginia as well as in other areas of the Commonwealth including Harrisonburg, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Richmond and Virginia Beach. We have represented clients in East Tennessee as far west as Hancock County and as far south as Knoxville.
We have extensive experience in federal court and have represented many clients in the U.S. District Court, Western District of Virginia and in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Tennessee. We have significant experience in appellate work in state and federal courts of appeal in the jurisdictions where we practice.
Our attorneys are leaders in state bar organizations, serve numerous local and regional civic and charitable causes, and are active in our community. Our office culture is one of integrity, civility, camaraderie and mutual respect. Our overriding goal is to serve each of our clients exceptionally well and to obtain for each one a successful result.
Please explore this website and learn more about us. We invite you to contact us and hope you will allow us to help you achieve your legal objectives. Please call (276) 628-9515 or contact any of our attorneys by email for additional information about our services or to set up an appointment to discuss your legal matter.