Roger A. Ritchie, Sr.
Roger Ritchie, Sr., is the founder and a senior partner of Ritchie Law Firm practicing primarily in the area of automobile/tractor trailer collisions, traumatic brain injuries, products liability, nursing home abuse, and complex litigation.
John B. Krall
John Krall, an attorney with the Ritchie Law Firm since 1991, practices primarily in the areas of automobile/tractor trailer collisions and medical negligence. He has extensive jury trial experience and has successfully represented hundreds of seriously injured persons.
Robert B. Guntharp
Robert Guntharp has extensive trial experience and a broad background in personal injury and negligence law. Over the years he has represented hundreds of injured clients and their families. His practice covers the range of personal injury claims, but is concentrated on automobile/tractor trailer collisions, dangerous products, nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, injuries to children, wrongful death, brain injuries, and other cases involving serious injuries and permanent disabilities.
Michael L. Ritchie
Michael Ritchie is an attorney at the Ritchie Law Firm with extensive experience in a wide range of injury cases. Mike’s practice has included representing individuals who have been injured by pharmaceutical drugs, dangerous products, tractor-trailer collisions, dog attacks, automobile collisions and other instances of where the carelessness of others causes serious injury. Mike also helps the injured and disabled to successfully navigate the worker’s compensation and social security disability systems.
Al joined the Ritchie Law Firm in 2011 and is the firm’s primary counsel for the Charlottesville and Staunton offices. Throughout his career, Al has concentrated his practice on civil litigation and has acquired substantial jury trial experience in a wide variety of negligence cases. Al currently focuses his practice exclusively on representing injured persons in the areas of personal injury and worker’s compensation, as well as Social Security disability matters.