Joseph L. Cantor

Associate

Richmond, VA Personal Injury Lawyer

Attorney Joseph Cantor joined the law firm in 2017 as a full-time associate, immediately following his graduation from the University of Richmond School of Law, where he graduated cum laude. He joined our team immediately after his admission to the Virginia State Bar in November. Although Joseph is a recent Bar admittee, he has a significant amount of experience as a trusted Richmond Personal Injury attorney.

Joseph worked as a summer clerk with the Catastrophic Injury Team at our firm, Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana and Buckner, from 2011-2016. Additionally, Joseph has worked with Jury Impressions, a Richmond, Virginia based jury consulting group since 2011. Throughout the last several years, Joseph has worked on over 40 focus groups with some of the best trial lawyers throughout Virginia, on all types of personal injury cases, including but not limited to the following: brain jury, tractor trailer, wrongful death, spinal cord, defective products, premises liability, and medical malpractice.

Joseph is a member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (VTLA), the American Association for Justice (AAJ), and the Virginia Bar Association. He is also a volunteer for the Brain Injury Association of Virginia.

A competitive golfer in high school and college, Joseph currently competes in amateur golf events throughout Virginia.

Contact

  • jcantor@virginiatrialfirm.com
  • (804) 368-1880
  • Truck Accident

    $4 Million Settlement

    The plaintiff, a 32-year-old man, suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of a tractor-trailer collision.

    Liability was conceded. The issue was the extent of damages suffered by the plaintiff. The plaintiff sustained serious injuries, including multiple fractures of the sinus and orbit and subarachnoid and subdural hemorrhages, which kept him out of work for nearly a year. He was left with a permanent loss of smell, some difficulties with executive function, and encephalomalacia in the frontal lobe identified on MRI. Despite the severity of his injuries, plaintiff achieved an excellent recovery and returned to work full-time a year after the accident.

    Plaintiff conducted a focus group with three groups of jurors, which provided valuable insight into the value of the plaintiff’s case. Multiple illustrations of the plaintiff’s injuries were displayed to the jurors, and they clearly indicated that the illustrations were helpful to them to appreciate the extent of the plaintiff’s injuries and to understand the reasons why the plaintiff had some permanent sequelae. Additionally, video clips of the plaintiff and his wife were played for the jurors. The jurors stated that they found these individuals to be strong, credible and compelling witnesses.

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  • Brain Injury

    $2.195 Million

    Premises case, in which a woman suffered a mild brain injury when a bar patron started a fight with another individual and caused our client to fall off her stool and hit her head. The patron had previously started other fights in the bar, was known to the bar as a violent and dangerous individual, and was banned from the bar at the time of the incident. Our client was awarded $2.195 million at trial.
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  • Personal Injury

    $1.5 Million

    This case involved a mother and daughter injured by a dog. Our clients were awarded $1.5 million at trial.
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