Business and Personal Litigation Construction Disputes Accident, Injury and Wrongful Death

Dedicated to Delivering Results

The Marrs & Henry law firm provides cost-effective, skilled and focused representation to help you resolve conflicts in your business, or in your personal life. When issues escalate towards litigation, our clients know they can count on us to represent them ably, diligently, and until results are achieved. Our firm has been given the highest peer rating available by Martindale-Hubbell for both professional skills and ethics.  And our lawers are regularly recognized in statewide and national publications for being among the most respected in our field.

Marrs & Henry handles legal matters in several distinct areas: business and personal litigation; personal injury; automobile and truck accidents; catastrophic injury and wrongful death; construction and development disputes; and business collections and receivables management. When legal disputes disrupt your business or personal life, having a committed, knowledgeable attorney on your side brings comfort and peace of mind.  Attorneys Brad Marrs and Patrick Henry offer experience in virtually any dispute setting.

Taking care of your financial resources, while aggressively protecting your interests. There is no such thing as an inexpensive law suit. At Marrs & Henry, we always work with you to develop a strategy that makes sound financial sense for you. Education about your rights and what you could expect in the court system may help you to avoid disputes where possible, and to decide better how to settle disputes that do arise without protracted and costly litigation. Still, for those times when litigation is the best or perhaps even the only option, the Marrs & Henry law firm is ready to represent you throughout Virginia, whether in the courts, in arbitration, in administrative hearings before government agencies, or elsewhere. And we will always work with you on strategies, so that the time and expense of litigation are managed to fit your needs.