Courtland residents have come to know and trust Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C. for help with legal matters great and small throughout Southampton County. Our Courtland legal staff has a history that spans the course of more than 70 years, with clients heralding our full-service law firm for its commitment to legal excellence and client satisfaction. Our main practice areas consist of personal injury, criminal law, domestic and family law, and traffic law. We put our clients first in everything we do, whether we are fighting a traffic ticket in traffic court, going toe-to-toe with a big insurance company in a dog bite attack case, or advocating for a client’s best interests in divorce proceedings.
Being hurt is never fun, and injuries become even more problematic when the injured party is the household’s breadwinner. At Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C., our Courtland personal injury attorneys are ready and available to take on your personal injury claim and hold the negligent party accountable. We have a strong track record of taking on cases involving truck, car, motorcycle, and bicycle accidents. Additional practice areas include slip-and-fall, construction site, and premises and product liability claims. Our attorneys are also adept at handling claims involving nursing home abuse, and we take on wrongful death actions for surviving family members of personal injury victims who succumb to their injuries.
If you have been arrested or indicted in Southampton County, then you are likely frightened and anxious as you face your charges in court. Let our Courtland criminal defense attorney help relieve your stress. Our team strives to minimize any penalties you face, so you can close this chapter of your life with the best possible outcome. We understand the seriousness of what you are going through, and we will stand up for your best interests no matter the charge, including DUI, drug charges, and other criminal matters.
Legal problems of a domestic nature can be complicated and emotionally charged, especially when children are involved. Our Courtland domestic and family law attorneys are ready to advocate for you in a range of proceedings, whether you are facing divorce and child custody hearings or have been a victim of or accused of domestic violence. We serve as knowledgeable and compassionate advocates for our clients, helping them through the difficult process ahead.
Even seemingly minor traffic offenses can lead to big trouble down the road, which is why our Courtland traffic law attorneys are on standby to help you with your traffic ticket. Speeding, reckless driving, driving without insurance and other offenses in the Commonwealth of Virginia can come with stiff penalties, from fines and probation to the loss of your driver’s license, probation, and even incarceration and loss of liberty. Do not make the assumption that your traffic ticket is nothing to worry about. Reach out to our Courtland traffic law attorney after being ticketed or charged to discuss the particulars of your case.
Located in Southampton County, our Courtland office is less than 5 minutes from the Southampton County courthouse and less than 15 minutes from the City of Franklin Courts.
Call us during our operating hours or contact us online to make an appointment.
8:30 AM to 5:30 PM Monday through Friday
Use the link below to get directions to our Courtland Law Office.
Each attorney has a main location they practice out of. Here at Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C., we try to make your experience as easy as possible. When you need to schedule an appointment to meet with an attorney, you can let our staff members know which office is closest to you and our attorneys will be willing to meet you at the office closest and most convent for you.