When David Kendall launched the Kendall Law Firm, his goal was to provide quality legal services with a distinctly personal touch.
Sure, there are many good firms around, but many times when people call them for help, they don’t talk with a lawyer.
Not so with the Kendall Law Firm.
“I try to distinguish our firm from all the rest by being known as the approachable attorney,” he says. “When people come to our office, they know that they’ll usually be meeting with me.”
Over a career spanning more than 25 years, Kendall has achieved successful recoveries for people throughout the Charlottesville, Winchester, Harrisonburg and other Shenandoah Valley areas. Few lawyers in the region have handled more personal injury cases than Kendall.
A veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Kendall has been in private practice since 1988, when he joined a Charlottesville personal injury firm. He soon became a partner and practiced there for 21 years, before forming the Kendall Law Firm in 2009.
Kendall is a Virginia native, having grown up in Danville as the son of a high school basketball coach. He received his undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Virginia in 1981, and his law degree from the University of Richmond in 1984.
Kendall knew early in life that he wanted to serve people by becoming a trial attorney. He began his career as a military attorney in the U.S. Marine Corps. There, he gained valuable courtroom experience, handling prosecution and criminal defense matters. He later represented sick and wounded veterans before Physical Evaluation Boards, helping them to secure compensation for their service-connected injuries.
Kendall has carried this concern for injured people over into his private law practice.
“At the Kendall Law Firm, we work hard to recover the money compensation that our clients truly deserve for their injuries and losses,” he says.
“I enjoy getting winning case results for my clients. I always have and I always will,” Kendall says. “I have a competitive nature and a drive to succeed that makes me perfectly suited for contingency fee work. This means that if there is no recovery, then there is no fee, and I’m pleased to serve the public in this manner.”
When he is not practicing law, Kendall enjoys hiking the many trails of the Shenandoah National Park and spending time with his family.