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Thomas J. Curcio, Attorney at Law

Thomas Curcio has a law practice in Alexandria (VA)
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Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Alternate Dispute Resolution, Animal Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation, Personal Injury matters.
707 Prince Street Law Office of Thomas J. Curcio, P.C. Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703-836-3366, Fax: 703-836-3366   Map It
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Alternate Dispute Resolution: Dispute Resolution
Animal Law
Insurance Litigation
Litigation: Appellate Practice, Business & Commercial Litigation (Engineering Litigation), Class Action, Conflicts of Law, General Civil Litigation (Expert & Witness Testimony, Fiduciary Abuse), Securities Litigation/Broker Misconduct, Writs
Personal Injury: Birth Injury, Brain Injury, Car Accidents (Experienced Aggressive Representation), Construction accidents, Defective Highway Design, Defective Products (Defective Electronics, Design Defects & Manufacturing Defects, Unsafe Drugs & Other Products), Fires, Food-borne illness, Fractures, Intentional Torts (Assault & Battery, Conversion, Dog Bites & Animal Attacks, False Imprisonment, Nuisance, Slander & Libel, Trespass), Mass Accidents (Air Crash, Bus, Train, Subway Accidents, Plant Explosions), Motorcycle Accidents, Slip & Fall, Dangerous Conditions, Toxic Torts (Asbestos Exposure, Infant Lead Poisoning, Pesticides, Tobacco, Toxic Exposure; Hazardous Waste, Toxic Mold), Wrongful Death
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  • Virginia (VA) 1983
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    Alexandria City: Alexandria
    Fairfax City: Fairfax

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