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Mr. Beau Correll

Mr. Beau Correll

Correll Law Firm
  • Personal Injury, DUI & DWI, Criminal Law
  • Virginia
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Summary

Attorney Beau Correll provides his clients in Northern Virginia and Winchester with a solid familiarity of the legal system.

As a former prosecutor and experienced attorney, Beau Correll can help you navigate the justice system both in personal injury and criminal-related matters.

Having handled over a thousand cases through trial, settlement (civil), plea agreement (criminal), or other disposition, Beau will endeavor to be prepared, knowledgeable, and fight for a favorable outcome.

Beau currently lives in Winchester, Virginia where he launched Correll Law Firm, PLC in June of 2009.

Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • DUI & DWI
  • Criminal Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • Constitutional Law
  • General Civil
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    Only in personal injury matters.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
    *No contingent fees for criminal law matters
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Virginia
U.S. Supreme Court
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Correll Law Firm
- Current
Prosecutor
Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney
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Prosecuted felonies and misdemeanors for the Commonwealth of Virginia
Education
Widener University
B.A. | Law
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Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
B.A. | International Relations and Political Science
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Professional Associations
Virginia State Bar
Member
Current
United States Supreme Court Bar
Member
Current
Republican National Lawyer's Association (RNLA)
Member
- Current
Winchester-Frederick County Bar Association
Member
- Current
Martinsville-Henry County Bar Association
Treasurer
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Publications
Articles & Publications
8 Shady Tactics Insurance Adjusters Use To Reduce Case Value
Correll Law Firm
Car Accident Personal Injury Guide
Correll Law Firm
Speaking Engagements
Local Television News, Northern Virginia
WDVM
Websites & Blogs
Website
www.correllfirm.com
Website
Official Facebook Business Site
Blog
Blog for Correll Law Firm
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Rated 9.4/10 for Personal Injury & Criminal Defense
Legal Answers
19 Questions Answered

Q. I want to share a life story on YouTube that doesn’t paint people in the best light. Can they sue me?
A: If you are that worried about it, you should probably consult with a defamation attorney in advance and have them vet your statement.
Q. What court do you file if they want to sue for 100k without a lawyer for car accident ?
A: Is there a statute of limitations issue in your case? Is that why you are filing without an attorney?
Q. My child was bitten by a dog. She was so excited when she saw the dog that she ran up to pet it and had to have stitches
A: This is basically an hour-long conversation with an injury attorney and cannot be quickly and haphazardly answered in an online forum. A legally-sufficient answer would rest upon the nature and circumstances of the encounter, the past of the dog, and the injury at issue.
Q. Can I sue a car dealership for filing criminal charges on me and for wrongful dominion control over car
A: Sometimes you can, sometimes you can't. You need to consult with an attorney that specializes in defamation cases. The wrinkle in your case may pertain to whether the statements were legally privileged or not.
Q. My social security number was shared to over 350 employees in an email without my knowledge or consent. What can I do?
A: I'm very sorry that this happened. You should understand, though, that no matter how jarring or tortious an act may be that certain strict time limits apply. I believe that your factual scenario may touch upon two areas of the law - the first is state tort law and the second is federal employment rights. If I were you, I'd look for attorneys that focus on the latter because there are probably certain nooks and crannies to your particular case that a state tort attorney may pass over.
Q. I received a reckless driving charge, is the officer required to read me my Miranda rights?
A: Maybe, it depends on the facts of your particular case. Neither investigatory stops nor consensual encounters require the advisement of Miranda Rights but every case is different. Most people believe that they have to be read all the time but that is urban myth.
Q. Can statue of limitations apply for Code of Virginia § 18.2-250.1 - Possession of marijuana ?
A: There is not enough information to answer the question.
Q. Ok I surrendered my dog to shelter was told dog would try to be adopted out but in 1 hr they killed my .can I sue
A: I'm sorry for your recovery. Sounds to me you were defrauded. Both fraud and destruction of property may be compensable, but you need to consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer.
Q. My birthfather was murdered almost a year ago by his fiance, who then killed herself before justice could be served.
A: I'm very sorry for your loss. You need to consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer, if you are seeking to find alternative theories of liability.
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Correll Law Firm, PLC
10 W. Boscawen St.
Suite 26
Winchester, VA 22601
USA
Telephone: (540) 535-2005
Fax: (540) 535-2008