Address: 800 S Sycamore St, Petersburg, VA 23803
The legal "voice of the victim" for over 30 years.

Legal Defense Attorney in Petersburg, VA

John T Wood holds degrees from the University of Virginia and the T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond.

Known for a high level of expertise and competence developed from over 30 years of personal injury representation and general practice, John T. Wood is a tough negotiator and advocate. Being active in Colonial Heights local government for 22 years as a city councilman as well as the current and former mayor of the city, has allowed him to play a prominent role in the life of his community for over two decades. John Wood has earned the respect and confidence of his fellow citizens and the loyalty and recommendations of countless clients over the years.
Serving the state of Virginia - including Richmond, Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Emporia, Lawrenceville, New Kent and the Tri-City area as well as Dinwiddie, Prince George and Chesterfield counties.He is a member of the Virginia, Chesterfield, Colonial Heights and Petersburg Bar Associations and is experienced in both State and Federal Courts.

He has been a member of the Colonial Heights City Council for 22 years and is the current and former Mayor of Colonial Heights.

Why Choose John T Wood to represent you?

Because he is a lawyer committed to his standards of law. He has committed:

  • To be the legal "voice of the victim" by offering superior representation to those in need.
  • To focus on whatever is best for you and your family.
  • To educate every client about his/her legal rights.
  • To give personal, courteous attention to every client.
  • To continue to win cases through diligent preparation and tough negotiation.
  • To obtain the maximum fair and just compensation for each client.
  • To provide availability beyond regular work hours and at locations outside the office as requested by my client.
  • To apply more than three decades of legal experience and expert knowledge to every claim.
  • To uphold, in every aspect, the ethical standards of the legal profession.
  • To never forget that lawyers are the "trustees of our liberties."