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Brandon Osterbind

Overbey Hawkins & Wright
776 Village Hwy
PO Box 38
Rustburg, VA 24588-4602
(434) 332-5155
www.overbeylaw.com


Brandon Osterbind is a civil litigation lawyer who is committed to helping clients recover emotionally, physically, and financially so that they can resume living a healthy and productive lifestyle.

To accomplish that goal, Brandon regularly blogs on this website about things you should know about to put yourself in the best position to win when it comes to your case. Here is a sample of Brandon?s most popular blog posts:

Winning your personal injury case: Keeping a Journal
Misperceptions of personal injury victims
We promote your recovery
How to keep your health insurance company from taking your money
Four ways following Dave Ramsey can help you with your personal injury case

Take a moment to read some of these posts and get to know Brandon before calling in or emailing to schedule your appointment.

In 2016, Brandon was selected to the Virginia Rising Stars list published by Superlawyers.com. He was also recognized as top 40 under 40 by the American Society of Legal Advocates and Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers. These recognitions is the result of years of hard work cumulating into several successful cases, one of which changed the law in Virginia (Ballagh v. Fauber Enterprises, Inc.).

Brandon was born in Richmond, Virginia and he moved to Lynchburg in 2001. Brandon lives in Lynchburg with his wife Kelly, their children; Sophie, Will, and Alex, and their miniature dachshund, Maya. He is an active member of Thomas Road Baptist Church and the Oikos LifeGroup. Brandon started working at Daniels & Morgan (now Daniels, Williams, Tuck & Ritter) a law firm in Chester, Virginia, in 2000 before college and law school. He continued to work at that well-respected law firm throughout college and law school.

After graduating from law school, Brandon clerked for the Honorable William G. Petty on the Court of Appeals of Virginia where he was responsible for drafting both published and unpublished legal opinions deciding cases and controversies at the appellate level.Brandon joined Overbey, Hawkins & Wright in the summer of 2010 as a litigation associate and became a partner in 2012.

Since 2010, Brandon has represented folks in Central Virginia on a variety of legal matters including criminal defense, commercial and residential real estate transactions, business law, estate planning, and civil litigation/personal injury for plaintiffs. Brandon has achieved numerous favorable results for his clients both large and small depending on the facts of that particular case. You can read more about some of those cases here. Here are a few specific examples of cases Brandon has worked on:

Campbell County Jury Verdict Results In Favorable Plaintiffs Verdict
Significant Wrongful Death Settlement From Toms Brook, Virginia
Workers? Compensation Death Benefit Award for Deceased Worker
Contested Workers Compensation Case Settles
Uninsured Motorist DUI Personal Injury Case Settles

You can read about Brandon?s case successes, but you won?t know if you have a case unless you schedule an appointment to talk to him. Fill out our online contact form and meet with Brandon about your case. Brandon graduated from Liberty University in 2005 and he graduated first in his class from Liberty University School of Law in 2008.

During law school, Brandon actively participated in moot court competitions and law review earning several moot court accolades and the publication of his Comment entitled ?Not-So-Equitable-Liens: ERISA Fiduciaries Cross-Dress Legal Remedies as Equitable.? In addition, Brandon contributed to the American Bar Association?s Business Law Section?s 2008 Annual Review of Securities Regulation with a short portion entitled ?Exemption of Compensatory Employee Stock Options From Registration Under Section 12(G) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.? He also worked tirelessly to research and edit Professor Rodney D. Chrisman?s law review article entitled ?Stoneridge v. Scientific-Atlanta: Do Section 10(b) and Rule 10b-5 Require a Misstatement or Omission??

Brandon earned the Advocates Award signifying outstanding achievement in appellate advocacy and the Roger C. Bern Planning Award for outstanding achievement in legal drafting, planning, and problem solving. Brandon?s law school achievements are emblematic of his ultimate purpose of pursuing a career in the law: to use the law as a standard for adjudication and an instrument for planning and governing so that he can help provide security, comfort and peace of mind to those in need of legal help. Brandon practices in personal injury litigation, general civil and criminal litigation.