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Thomas Curcio


About Thomas Curcio

With over 30 years of experience behind him, Tom is a formidable attorney inside and out of court. Hardworking and sympathetic to his client’s needs, Tom fights passionately for maximum compensation in every case. A graduate of the State University of New York at Stony Brook and the George Washington University National Law Center, he handles personal injury cases, including automobile accidents, wrongful death, brain injury cases, product liability cases, and slip and fall cases. He currently serves as Immediate Past-President of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, and is a frequent writer and speaker on evidence, personal injury and related topics. He is co-author of “Evidence for the Trial Lawyer” published yearly since 2005 by LexisNexis and the VTLA. He was named Washington DC Best Lawyers Personal Injury Litigation “Plaintiffs’ Lawyer of the Year” for 2012. His experience includes the successful representation of a seriously injured passenger of the 2009 WMATA (DC Metro) Fort Totten train crash and working towards the maximum recovery for widows of September 11th, 2001 attack on the pentagon.

Outside of the office, Tom enjoys cycling and taking his wife, 2 sons, and their friends out on the Potomac River to wakeboard and wake surf on his boat.

Leadership Positions

  • Past President, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association 


  • Virginia State Bar
  • Alexandria Bar Association 
  • American Association for Justice
  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association 


  • George Washington University

  • State University of New York at Stony Brook



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