Michael R. Strong, Esq. is a practicing lawyer licensed
in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.
He has practiced law since 1980. He is a
graduate, with Honors, of the University of Dayton
School of Law, and was a member of the Law Review and National Moot
Court Team during his studies at the University of Dayton. He is a former
member of the Virginia Boyd Graves Conference on Legislative liaison
between the Bar and legislature of Virginia. He is a member of the Virginia
Trial Lawyers Association, the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association,
and the District of Columbia Trial Lawyers Association.
His practice of law began as an associate attorney, working for a nationally
renowned author of products liability treatises for lawyers, and as
an associate to the now Senior United States District Judge Robert G.
Doumar, of the Eastern District of Virginia. His initial experience working
as an associate attorney for clients such as St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance
Company (formerly the largest U.S. medical malpractice insurer)
and Liberty Mutual Insurance Company provided him with valuable insights
into the many tricks and traps used by Insurance Companies to
defeat or delay claims to their own financial advantage. He thereafter
established his own law firm and now operates a private law practice in
Falls Church, Virginia and Bethesda, Maryland, representing exclusively
plaintiff’s personal injury cases against insurance companies and self insured
Mr. Strong has handled complex auto accident, trucking accident, and
products liability claims for over thirty years. He has achieved many
six figure settlements and verdicts for his clients involving highway accidents,
products liability claims, and medical malpractice claims. His
practice now handles over a hundred personal injury cases per year, and
is renowned for personal attention to his client’s needs, formulating case
specific plans to obtain proper medical care while personal injury cases
are in process, and litigating cases to achieve better recoveries and positive
outcomes for his clients in state and federal courts in Virginia, Maryland
and the District of Columbia.
Mr. Strong is the author of several articles involving personal injury recovery advice, development of sources of insurance coverage in complex
accident cases, and creative solutions for compromise of medical provider
and subrogation liens.