1010 N. Glebe Rd., Ste. 310
Arlington, VA 22201
Scott Perry is a trial lawyer who has recovered hundreds of millions for his clients. Practicing in jurisdictions where many cases go to trial rather than settle, Scott is a true trial attorney. He has obtained scores of multi-million-dollar verdicts. Recent verdicts include a $35 million medical malpractice verdict in the same year he obtained a $13 million medical malpractice verdict. Other verdicts and settlements include $6.4 million in a product liability case, $6.4 million in a wrongful death case, $4.5 million on behalf of a special needs client who was abused, and many other multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements that are confidential.
Scott is among a select group of lawyers who are Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy ("NBTA"), the oldest and largest not-for-profit American Bar Association ("ABA") accredited trial attorney certification program. Attorneys with NBTA certification have proven specialized abilities through written examinations and meeting rigorous criteria for trial experience and ethical ratings.
Scott limits his practice to catastrophic injury cases such as truck accidents, wrongful death, product liability, and medical malpractice. By focusing his practice on a select number of catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases, Scott gives each client the individual attention they deserve. Many of his clients are referred to him by other lawyers, judges, and members of the local community.
Scott and his wife, JoAnn, are dedicated supporters and donors to Brain Injury Services (braininjurysvcs.org), a Virginia organization dedicated to helping brain-injured children and adults build the skills and confidence they need to lead a fulfilling and productive life. Scott's wife, JoAnn, is a member of the Board. Having a brain-injury survivor in his immediate family, Scott is keenly aware of the challenges they face.
Scott lives in Virginia with his wife JoAnn and their two children, Ethan and Brynn.