Fairfax Law Office Handling Criminal Defense And Personal Injury Cases
Robinson Law, PLLC, is located in downtown Fairfax, Virginia, at:
10486 Armstrong St
Fairfax, VA 22030
Our law office is on Armstrong Street between Chain Bridge Road and George Mason Boulevard in a brick office building built in 1986. Ample visitor parking is available behind the building for our guests.
We are a quick walk from the nearby Fairfax County Judicial Center, which houses the Fairfax County District Court as well as the Fairfax County Circuit Court.
We encourage you to call before visiting to make an appointment. The first consultation with one of our Fairfax lawyers is always free. We also offer video visits and can handle a great deal of communication for most criminal defense and personal injury cases via phone or email, so a trip downtown is not always necessary.
From our Fairfax Law office, we serve all of Fairfax County and the surrounding parts of Virginia.
What To Bring When Meeting With An Attorney At Our Fairfax Law Office
If there is anything specific you need to bring to your meeting, our office staff will tell you.
With that said, it always helps to be prepared with any physical evidence or documentation you may have that is related to your case. Write down everything you know about your case so you can go through it efficiently with us without having to worry about forgetting anything. Also write down any questions you want to ask us. We want to make sure you are informed and empowered, so we are happy to provide all the answers you need to make informed decisions.
Jail And Court Visits For Criminal Defense Clients
Our lawyers are available to meet criminal defense clients in jail or in court prior to hearings. In these situations, we encourage our clients to let us take the lead on communication, especially if there are other parties present such as police officers, prosecutors or even jail personnel. Please note that calls from jail are recorded. These calls should not be considered private.
Hospital And Home Visits For Personal Injury Clients
Our lawyers can meet with personal injury clients in the hospital or in their homes if an injury prevents them from traveling. We want to make the process as easy for you as possible.