Managing the Chesterfield County office is partner Trent S. Kerns, a 16 year veteran of Allen, Allen, Allen and Allen, has handled well over one thousand cases for the residents of this burgeoning area. A tenacious litigator and a tough negotiator, Mr. Kerns, together with claims consultant Egena Younger, and a team of experienced legal assistants provide a full range of personal injury legal services to those injured through the negligence of others.
Contact us for a free consultation at 866-388-1307 or by email.
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