My name is Vanessa Reed, and I’d like to take a moment to personally introduce myself.
Over the course of my career, I have handled a wide variety of cases. I began doing insurance defense work for several years. After a few years, I decided I wanted to enter the realm of family law, where I remained for ten years. During that time, I represented hundreds of clients in divorces, annulments, post-divorce child and spousal support modifications, custody and visitation cases, grandparent custody and visitation cases, adoptions, and post-decree enforcement matters, among other family law matters. I continue to take family law and guardianship cases, but over time I found that my true passion was representing injured people, whether in personal injury cases, or in workers’ compensation cases. I have been able to benefit significantly from my years of insurance defense work to now zealously represent injured persons. I work passionately to represent those injured on the job, or as the result of the negligence of others. I find this to be some of my most fulfilling legal work of my career. If you are injured at work, or through the negligence of another, I would be honored to represent and assist you. I will meet directly with you to discuss your case. (703) 530-8810.
Ms. Reed graduated from Christopher Newport University in 1998, and Regent University School of Law in 2001. She was admitted to the Virginia State Bar in 2001, and has been practicing law since that time. Ms. Reed was also admitted to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in 2001, and is a Virginia Supreme Court certified guardian ad litem for children and incapacitated adults.
Ms. Reed is a member of the Prince William County Bar Association and the Virginia Women’s Attorney’s Association. A native of Yorktown, Virginia, Ms. Reed relocated from Southeastern Virginia to Northern Virginia in 2002, and has been practicing in Manassas, Virginia, since 2005.
Prior to moving her practice to Manassas, Virginia, Ms. Reed practiced in McLean, Virginia, where she worked for a large law firm representing insurance companies in the defense of workers’ compensation cases, personal injury cases, and premises liability matters. Since 2005, Ms. Reed’s practice has focused on family law, personal injury, workers’ compensation, and guardianship matters.