General practice, including personal injury, divorce and family law, workers compensation, lemon law, consumer rights litigation, debt defense, debt settlement, debt harassment, foreclosure defense, claims against car dealers and heavy equipment dealers, vehicle repossessions, fraud claims against chiropractors, claims against insurance companies, unemployment benefits and other employment claims, EEOC claims, claims against banks, claims against debt collectors, claims against pay day loan, car title loan and other short-term loan companies, claims against manufactured home and mobile home dealers and manufacturers, collections, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), retained and court-appointed criminal law, certified by the Virginia Supreme Court as a court-appointed Guardian ad litem for incapacitated and other adults and abused and neglected children and other juveniles, custody, adoptions, Landlord-Tenant, and more. Mr. Moseley’s clients have prevailed in a number of consumer law claims against numerous car dealers and motor home dealers and mobile home dealers, as well as ATT, Comcast, Dell Computers, Ntelos, Yellow Pages, Ford Motor Company, Hyundai, Daewoo, Volvo, General Motors, Dodge, Chrysler, Mercedes Benz, BMW, Subaru, Dish TV, Verizon, Clayton Homes, Oakwood Homes, and many other companies.
We go the extra mile for you
We work hard and are dedicated to our community and fellow citizens, who deserve the best possible representation. Why should you hire us? Three reasons:
- VALUE: Our rates are very competitive and are lower than many other attorneys.
- EXPERIENCE: We have handled hundreds, if not thousands, of cases over the last 20 years. When necessary, we partner with some of the best attorneys around and we are some of the most experienced consumer law litigators in the state.
- RESULTS: We get you the results you deserve, plain and simple. We have obtained for our clients millions of dollars in settlements, judgments and jury verdicts, in tractor trailer accidents, car wrecks, gunshot wounds, arson claims, fraud cases against car dealers and heavy equipment dealers, Federal Odometer Act claims, sexual assault cases, big lemon law cases involving cars, motor homes, boats, and farm equipment, and various other consumer rights and insurance claims.
Mr. Moseley has been recognized as an expert in consumer law and consumer rights litigation and has testified as an expert witness in the Virginia Circuit Courts on various consumer issues as well as attorney fee issues. Mr. Moseley’s testimony has led a number of judges to award the plaintiff 100% of his or her litigation expenses. Mr. Moseley has obtained numerous six-figure settlements and jury verdicts against car dealers and insurance companies in Virginia and North Carolina, and Mr. Moseley was counsel for the plaintiff in a number of cases where the jury or judge found the car dealer or mobile home dealer committed actual fraud. Mr. Moseley is a member of the Virginia and North Carolina bars. Ethics rules require us to state that this web site and its contents may constitute lawyer advertising, that case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case and that case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case undertaken by the lawyer.
An active member of the community, Mr. Moseley was voted Big Brother of the Year in Central Virginia in 1997, by Big Brothers/ Big Sisters of Central Virginia. He has served as a volunteer with Meals on Wheels, Special Olympics, Daily Bread (kitchen cleanup help and cook), and the Boonsboro Volunteer Fire & Rescue Squad. In 2006, Mr. Moseley became certified to drive ambulances and fire trucks of all shapes and sizes.
Mr. Moseley has given generously of his time and money to numerous churches and charitable organizations, including the Robert Frascino AIDS Foundation, The Miller Home for Girls, United Way, Salvation Army and CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) and their fundraisers. Mr. Moseley is a member of First Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg, and in his youth, he was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Danville, Virginia.
On June 25, 2013, the Lynchburg City Council appointed Mr. Moseley to serve a 3-year term on the City Appeals Board.
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