Congratulations to our three partners!

Congratulations to all three partners of Reinhardt Harper Davis for being selected by Best Lawyers for the 5th year in a row! Best Lawyers in America© (2020 Edition) just announced that Andy Reinhardt, Stephen Harper & Craig Davis were all recognized in the category of "Workers Compensation Law - Claimants," as well as Craig Davis in the dual-category of "Personal Injury Litigations - Plaintiffs."

Their 2019 selections include:

Andy Reinhardt - Workers’ Compensation - Claimants (Richmond)

Stephen Harper - Workers’ Compensation - Claimants (Richmond)

Craig B. Davis - Workers’ Compensation - Claimants (Richmond) and Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs (Richmond)

Stephen Harper guest starred on Virginia This Morning

Partner Stephen Harper guest starred on Virginia This Morning, where he and Bill Bevins discussed Workers Compensation and what you should do if you are ever injured on the job. Click here for more information and to watch the video. 


Congratulations are in order!

We are proud to announce that our partner Craig Davis has been named a fellow of the American College of Workers Compensation Lawyers. The College annually recognizes the best lawyers and Judges in each of the 50 states in the area of Workers Compensation having at least 20 years of experience. The criterion for receipt of this honor includes demonstrated professionalism and civility, respect of other lawyers and judges and proven scholarly accomplishments. Craig is now one of only 13 lawyers and 5 judges in all of Virginia who have received this honor. Click here to view images from the event.


Andrew Reinhardt Represents Psychological Workers' Compensation Case

According to a recent Virginia Workers’ Compensation ruling, employees who suffer psychological injuries on the job can receive workers’ compensation benefits. Andrew Reinhardt represented the employee, Thomas Faigle, during the review of this case regarding the shooting that took place at New River Community College in 2013. He pointed towards other situations where one may suffer from psychological pain such as tellers during bank robberies and law enforcement officers who suppress psychological pain suffered in the line of duty. Due to this ruling, the hope is that moving forward, employers will be more prepared and equipped to handle these cases for their employees. To read the full article, click here.

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