Robert H. Hovis, III obtained both  his undergraduate and his Doctor of Laws from the University of Tennessee. Admitted to the Bar in 1967 and after a brief military service began legal career as an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for the County of Fairfax, Virginia in 1969.   He left that position and entered the private practice of law in 1971 maintaining a general practice with an emphasis on personal injury litigation until 1985, when he limited his practice to professional negligence cases. Mr. Hovis has successfully pursued a variety of claims on behalf of victims of medical negligence throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia as well as a number of other jurisdictions. 

Mr. Hovis has been selected based upon a survey of peers to be included in

THE BEST LAWYERS IN AMERICA

In addition, he has been listed as a TOP LAWYER by the

WASHINGTON POST

This selection was made by his peers as representing the top of the profession based upon ethics, experience and reputation.

In addition, he is a member of 

THE MILLION DOLLAR ADVOCATES FORUM 

Membership in which is limited to Trial Attorneys who have demonstrated exceptional skill, experience, and excellence by achieving a verdict or recovery in the amount of One Million Dollars or more.

In recognition of his achievements in his profession and his contribution to contemporary society he has been named to both 

WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA LAW  

and 

WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA.

Mr. Hovis is a sustaining member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, a member of Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and the Etheridge Society.

 

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