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Hayden I. Dubay

Lawyer Hayden I. Dubay licensed to practice in Virginia since 1983
Office: 4360 Shore Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23455
Web site: www.injurylawcenter.com/
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Admiralty & Maritime Law

John R. Braley

Lawyer John R. Braley licensed to practice in Virginia
Office: (757)552-6092, 4705 Columbus Street, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Web site: www.hpmlaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Professional Malpractice, Admiralty & Maritime Law, Insurance Litigation

Thomas B. Shuttleworth

Lawyer Thomas B. Shuttleworth licensed to practice in Virginia since 1973
Office: (757)671-6000, 4525 South Boulevard, Suite 300 Shuttleworth, Ruloff, Swain, Haddad & Morecock, P.C., Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Web site: www.srgslaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice, Admiralty & Maritime Law, Sports Law
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