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Mr. Creager has over thirty years of experience as an attorney in Virginia. He is one of only three attorneys honored by the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s Courageous Advocate Award, which was presented to Mr. Creager in 2001. The Award recognized Mr. Creager for his work on an important issue of Virginia law and noted that “[h]is pursuit of justice was accomplished with courage, skill, perseverance, and faithful dedication to his clients, his colleagues, and the law.”

Mr. Creager brings a breadth of education and experience to The Creager Law Firm. He graduated in 1972 from Handley High School in Winchester, in 1976 from The College of William and Mary, and in 1982 from The University of Virginia School of Law. He served on the University of Virginia Law Review and published an extensive research note in that legal journal.

Mr. Creager’s work experience includes representation of personal injury clients and public entities in both state and federal courts in Virginia. He has been co-counsel for personal injury clients on cases resulting in some of the largest verdicts and settlements in Virginia. [Published trial and settlement reports are available upon request.] In the 1980s, Mr. Creager also represented Virginia public entities (City of Richmond School Board, County of Chesterfield, City of Charlottesville) in matters litigated in the state and federal courts. In the 1990s, Mr. Creager was a legal research attorney with one of the largest legal research companies in the country. For eight years, he provided legal research consultation and assistance to attorneys nationwide.

Mr. Creager has long been very active in professional organizations. He serves on the Board of Governors of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. For five years, he was the Chair of its Amicus Curiae Committee. During those years, the committee oversaw the writing and filing of dozens of amicus curiae briefs in Virginia appellate courts with a success rate of over 75 percent. He has served for years on the Boyd-Graves Conference, a conference of judges, legislators, and leading civil litigation lawyers who study and recommend changes to Virginia law. He is the Chair of the Virginia State Bar’s Standing Committee on Legal Ethics, and has served on that committee for five years. He is a member of the Section Council of the Litigation Section of the Virginia Bar Association.

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