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Since 1990, the law firm of . has provided comprehensive legal support for community associations in Virginia and the District of Columbia. The firm strives to deliver wise and creative counsel to support common interest community association boards of directors and their ultimate goal of running efficient communities that properly serves their members. Chadwick Washington has primary offices in Fairfax and Richmond, with a satellite office in Salem.
The attorneys at Chadwick Washington have a broad perspective on the law, handling all aspects of . Their depth of experience helps boards of directors manage their communities and pursue initiatives with confidence. The firm provides effective on routine operational matters such as covenant enforcement and (including online access to account status information via CW AccountView) as well as extraordinary challenges that require community association or other means of resolution. This level of support allows association boards to focus on policy and long-range planning for the community.
Chadwick Washington also has a , with attorneys experienced in work, as well as other specialties ranging from traumatic brain injury, automobile liability, construction defects and premises liability. This department also supports the firm’s community association practice when the firm’s association clients find themselves in litigation. The firm’s litigators have tried jury trials throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and bring substantial experience to bear on any civil litigation matter. The firm’s litigation department also accepts plaintiff personal injury claims on a case-by-case basis.
Chadwick Washington is a long-standing member of the (CAI) and has several attorneys who serve in key leadership roles in CAI on a local and national level and the firm’s attorneys regularly teach educational programs and seminars at both the local and national levels for CAI. Additionally, Chadwick Washington has six attorneys who are fellows of the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL). More than 4,000 lawyers practice community association law in the United States, yet fewer than 175 attorneys nationwide can distinguish themselves as CCAL fellows.