Mr. Andrew T. Bodoh

Mr. Andrew T. Bodoh

Thomas H. Roberts and Associates, P.C.
  • Civil Rights, Employment Law, Personal Injury ...
  • Virginia
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I am a creative and vigorous Virginia litigation attorney focusing on civil rights, serious personal injury, and related claims. I stand with my clients when opposing local government bodies, police officers abusing their power, big insurance companies, employers, doctors, or anyone else who have violated my clients' rights or harmed my clients' person, property or reputation. I have handled or assisted in cases involving Constitutional violations, personal injury cases, defamation claims, malicious prosecution cases, FOIA lawsuits, and business litigation. I am the senior associate with Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, PC, in Richmond, VA, which specializes in civil rights and serious personal injury. I enjoy finding unusual ways to reach favorable results in difficult cases. Because most people who experience civil rights violations cannot afford large firm legal fees, I look for cost-effective ways of vindicating violated rights. CASE RESULTS DEPEND ON A VARIETY OF FACTORS. EVERY CASE IS DIFFERENT. CASE RESULTS DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR RESULT IN ANY FUTURE CASE. 1. I prevailed before the Virginia Supreme Court in a FOIA suit to obtain records of a police officer's arrests. Ewing v. Harmon, 285 Va. 335 (2013). 2. I convinced the Virginia Supreme Court that the Commonwealth's "Takings Clause" applies to contracts, not just real estate. Smith v. Commonwealth, 286 Va. 52, 59 (2013) 3. I prevailed before the Virginia Supreme Court in a case reiterating the limits of sovereign immunity in Virginia. Wagner v. Land (013-6-071) (2013) (unpublished order). 4. I assisted in drafting a petition for certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court concerning the rights of shareholder-employees under Title VII. Mariotti v. Mariotti Building Products. 5. I was lead counsel in a trial that secured a $250,000 verdict against a Richmond police officer in an excessive force claim arising from a traffic stop. 6. I defended local activists sued for allegedly publishing se

Practice Areas
    Civil Rights
    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Discrimination, Employment, Fair Housing, Police Misconduct, Privacy Law
    Employment Law
    Employee Benefits, Employment Contracts, Employment Discrimination, ERISA, Overtime & Unpaid Wages, Sexual Harassment, Whistleblower, Wrongful Termination
    Personal Injury
    Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
    Insurance Claims
    Bad Faith Insurance, Business Insurance, Disability Insurance, Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Motor Vehicle Insurance, Property Insurance
    Business Law
    Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Business Litigation, Franchising, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnership & Shareholder Disputes
    Gov & Administrative Law
    Administrative Law, Election Law, Government Contracts, Government Finance, Legislative & Government Affairs
Additional Practice Areas
  • Car Accidents
  • FOIA/Open Government Law
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190 Questions Answered
Q. What should I do if I get a bill for property damage at a hotel I stayed at a month ago?
A: If you receive a bill, and if you do not pay it, the hotel may choose to sue you to recover the amount it alleges that it is due. They will then have the burden of proving that you caused the damages. But they will sue you in the court where the hotel was located, and you will have to defend the lawsuit in that court.
Q. Would like to leave a camera on a pole in parking lot of a strip mall (not my property). Am I breaking any laws?
A: It is likely illegal. If it is private property, then it is trespassing, even if it is a public parking lot. It is not abandoned property if you do not intend to abandon it. If it is recording sound, it will likely violate the wiretapping laws.
Q. My ex used to/still beats our dog. If the dog is in his name, can I get him back
A: If the dog is in his name, and he is caring for the dog, then the law says it is his property. That does not mean it is legal for him to beat the dog, but it probably means you have no right to take the dog as your own.
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Thomas H. Roberts and Associates
105 S. 1st Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Telephone: (804) 783-2000 Ext. 110
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