Since obtaining her law license, Christina has primarily focused her practice on advocating for healthcare professionals. Whether defending a provider in a medical malpractice lawsuit or advocating for physicians faced with a Board complaint, she strives to provide compassionate, efficient representation. “Lawsuits are inherently stressful,” says Christina. “My goal is to shoulder the burden for my clients and obtain the best possible outcome so that they may continue to focus on their practice and patients.”
Christina is familiar with both Virginia state and federal courts and has represented nurses, physicians, and healthcare facilities in each. She has also represented physicians and nurses in relation to Board complaints and hearings. She understands that each case is unique and tailors her representation to best serve the needs of each client.
Northern Illinois University, B.A.
College of William & Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, J.D.
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