For more than 30 years, Robert Walsh has been a leading advocate for injured workers throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Now retired, he began his legal career working with the Benefits Review Board of the United States Department of Labor where he handled claims reviewed and decided according to the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act. This foundational experience enabled Robert to become a leading expert and acclaimed resource in the area of workers’ rights, conducting seminars throughout the state for attorneys, unions and injured workers. Protecting the rights of workers injured in dangerous jobs is truly Robert’s ‘life’s mission’ — one he conducts proudly, and with great success, having won impressive settlements for literally hundreds of clients.
BA 1971, University of Maryland
JD 1979, Wayne State University School of Law: Cum Laude
B/V (Distinguished) rated by Martindale-Hubbell
Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
Virginia Bar Association
Virginia Supreme Court
Virginia Court of Appeals
Supreme Court of the United States
United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
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