The last thing you thought you would need is an attorney, and we understand. The experienced Randall Page Law team is ready to assist you with your current legal needs. Our team of dedicated lawyers approach each case with compassion as we get to know you and your goals. Insurance companies, prosecutors and defense attorneys take our attorneys very seriously because they know how hard we will fight for you! At Randall Page, P.C., we serve the Greater Hampton Roads, Western Tidewater and the surrounding areas, including Suffolk, Southampton County, Emporia, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, The Peninsula, The Eastern Shore & Brunswick County.
Jack T. Randall worked as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney before entering private practice.
It means doing everything reasonable to help a client achieve the goals set forth at the outset of the representation. Jack Randall has seen injustice and he has fought against it, always, even when it is not popular.
Andrew R. Page has a proven track record in personal injury and family law cases.
Andrew R. Page is a competitor. After finishing his undergraduate at Campbell University with honors, his competitive desire led him to Regent University School of Law, where he wrote on to and was published by the Regent Law Review and became the Chairman of the Regent Trial Advocacy Board.
An Experienced Problem Solver
Christopher Daniels completed a post-graduate fellowship with the Virginia Beach Commonwealth’s Attorney before accepting a position with the Emporia Commonwealth’s Attorney. Chris spent three years working in Emporia before accepting a position with the Sussex Commonwealth’s Attorney, where he worked until he returned to Emporia to join Randall Page.
Rocco Columbus is your responsive and caring attorney for your criminal needs.
Rocco Columbus moved to Newport News in 1987 and has lived in Virginia ever since, with most of that time spent in Tidewater. After graduating from William and Mary in 2002 with a Government major, he attended law school at the University of Richmond and graduated in 2006.
Experience You Need, Results You Want.
George Bruch received his undergraduate degree from Wayland Baptist University after studying at various colleges and universities while serving in the United States Navy. He pursued his master’s studies at Troy State University and received his law degree from Regent University School of Law.
Talented and Diligent
Kevin D. Frank was born and raised in Louisville, KY where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Louisville in 1996. Kevin then moved to Virginia to attend law school at Regent University School of law.
Our firm handles cases in a variety of practice areas, and we understand what it takes to get you through a difficult situation. Here, we discuss the types of cases we specialize in and why an attorney will help with each of the following.
If you have sustained an injury that was caused by the careless or negligent actions of another person, you should be compensated for your losses. Don’t talk to the insurance company, your first call should be to Randall Page Law. Injury victims often incur tremendous medical bills and other “hidden expenses,” including lost income, travel to and from medical appointments, medical devices, and more. Our firm handles a wide variety of personal injury cases, including:
We strive to secure maximum compensation for our clients’ medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering damages. We take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no upfront or out-of-pocket costs for your case. You pay no legal fees until we secure the compensation you are entitled to. Personal injury cases require extensive investigation, and most injury victims do not have the resources or legal experience to take on aggressive insurance carriers or other parties on their own. Our personal injury attorneys serve injured victims in Western Tidewater and the surrounding areas, including Suffolk, Southampton County, Emporia, Brunswick County and The Eastern Shore.
Virginia traffic laws can be difficult to understand and are constantly changing, and getting charged with a traffic offense is serious. Randall Page, P.C. has vast experience in handling state, county, and city traffic violations. Some of the most common examples of traffic offenses we handle include:
Trust your Randall Page legal team serving you with over 70 years of experience in the courtroom as traffic defense attorneys, former law enforcement officers and military legal advocates to get the results you need. We will fight to keep points off your driving record, keeping your insurance from raising your rates. Reckless driving is a Criminal Offense in Virginia and can result in up to 1 year in jail and up to a $2,500 fine.
When you hire us to handle a traffic offense, we handle the entire case. We will gather all evidence in the case and in most cases appear in court for you. Our goal is to get your charges reduced or dismissed in order to lower your fines and minimize the impact on your insurance rates. If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your traffic violation after a court appearance, we can also handle appealing your case to the Circuit Court. No matter where your traffic issue is in Hampton Roads, The Eastern Shore, The Peninsula or Western Tidewater we are here for you.
Our firm handles a range of family law issues, beginning with divorce cases. Divorce is a stressful process, and having the right attorney by your side to guide you through the process can make a real difference. Whether you are going through a contested or uncontested divorce, you should have legal assistance. Our family law attorneys handle issues such as child custody and support, spousal support, emergency protective orders, and the division of property, assets and debt.
You do not want to go through any domestic or family law situation on your own. In these cases, emotions can cloud judgment, and it is a good idea to have a skilled family law attorney by your side. We understand these cases and want to help you get back to living your life.
The Commonwealth of Virginia takes drinking and driving very seriously, and even a first-offense DUI charge carries the possibility of 12 months in jail. A second and third offense comes with a mandatory jail sentence. And a third offense will result in a felony conviction. A DUI can also lead to license suspensions, an ignition interlock requirement, major fines, as well as a massive increase in your insurance rates (SR-22 requirements).
Our team will assist you in determining the best possible defenses available for your case if you are facing a DUI charge. We understand that you need to get back to living your life, so let us get to work on your DUI case today.
It can be scary and intimidating if you or a loved one have been charged with a crime. Our qualified and experienced criminal defense attorneys will get to work investigating every aspect of your case in order to ensure you are treated fairly and obtain the best results. We regularly help clients through a wide array of criminal charges, including the following:
This is certainly not a complete list, and you should contact us immediately to speak with an attorney about your charges. Our team is familiar with the courts and prosecutors in the Western Tidewater and the surrounding areas, including Suffolk, Southampton County, Emporia, Brunswick County, Hampton Roads, The Peninsula, and The Eastern Shore. We have a respected reputation, which can go a long way in a criminal defense case.
We are a trusted name in the legal community, serving all of Hampton Roads, Western Tidewater and the surrounding areas. Our lawyers are dedicated to representing the community with their vast knowledge and experience. We take each case very seriously, and as such, the defense counsel and insurance companies take us seriously. Partners Jack Randall and Drew Page and our team of attorneys are prepared to serve you in many areas of the law. When you need an attorney in Hampton Roads, Western Tidewater, The Eastern Shore, or the surrounding areas, including Suffolk, Southampton County, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Hampton, New Kent County, Emporia, Brunswick County and The Peninsula, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or by calling one of our location phone numbers listed below.