Our members strive for the best possible legal outcome
Phillips, Hall and Chase Law firm was founded in 1990 by former Fairfax County prosecutors. Its members are dedicated to the vigorous pursuit of justice and to the protection of individual rights and integrity. With over 28 years of experience in dealing with multiple legal cases, we take pride in ensuring that our clients are satisfied with the legal outcomes. The fact that the overwhelming number of clients are referrals our old customers is a testimonial of our impeccable and unmatched service. We offer legal aid to individuals as well as businesses. We deal with a multitude of issues including civil and criminal, business law, domestic relations, child custody, child support, divorce, products liability, criminal law, driving while intoxicated (DUI), personal injury among others
JERRY M. PHILLIPS, born Portsmouth, Virginia, December 6, 1944; admitted to bar, 1971, Virginia; 1979, District of Columbia.
Education: University of Virginia (B.A. 1967); University of Richmond Law School (J.D., 1971);
Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, Member, National Moot Court Team. Assistant Commonwealth Attorney, Fairfax County, Virginia, 1971-1975. Commissioner in Chancery, Fairfax County Circuit Court, 1972. Chairman, Virginia State Bar Lawyer Referral Service, 1986-1989. Member, Board of Directors; University of Richmond Law School Alumni Association, 1986-1988; Northern Virginia Legal Services Corporation, 1986-1989, Member, Board of Directors; Fairfax Bank and Trust, 1985-1995.
Member: Fairfax (President, 1983-1984); Virginia and American (Delegate, 1991-1997) Bar Associations; Virginia State Bar (Council Member, 1984-1997; Chairman, Special Committee to Study Reducing Litigation Costs and Delays, 1986-1989); The District of Columbia Bar; Bar Association of the District of Columbia; Virginia Trial Lawyers Association; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America; Fairfax Bar Foundation (Member, Board of Directors 1984-1997); Fairfax Plaintiff’s Bar Limited (Founding Member).
REPORTED CASES: Jury v. Giant of Maryland, Inc. 254 Va. 235, 491 S.E. 718 (1997); U.S.AA v. Webb, 235 Va. 655, 369 W.E.2d 196 (1988); Vahabzadeh v. Mooney, 241 Va. 47, 399 S.E.2d 803 (1991); Commonwealth v. Rafferty 241 Va. 319, 402 S.E. 2d 17 (1991); Webb v. Regina Ltd. Part 624 F.5upp. 471 (E.D. Va. 1985); Webb v. Blackies House of Beef, 811 F.2d 840 (4th Cir 1987); Neiss v. Commonwealth 433 S.E. 2d 262 (Va. App. 1993); Riggins v. O’Brien, 263 Va, 444, 559 S.E.2d 67 (2002); Findlay v. Commonwealth, 287 Va. 111, 752 S.E2d 868 (2014); Roche v. Lincoln Property Co., 373 F.3d 610 (4th Cir. 2004).
PRACTICE AREAS: Civil Litigation; Business Law; Criminal Law; Personal Injury; Enployment Law; Toxic Torts; Sports Law.
DAVID M. HALL, born Bluefield, West Virginia, February 7, 1959; admitted to bar, 1985, Virginia.
Education: University of Virginia (B.A., 1981); George Mason University School of Law (J.D., 1985. Phi Delta Theta, Commissioner Vienna Virginia Youth League, 2000 to present, Assistant Coach Madison High School Football, 2000 to present, VYI Hall of Fame Inductee, 2001; National College Football Player of the Week, Sports Illustrated, Fall 1980-(UVA); Assistant Commonwealth Attorney, 1986-1989. Assistant Town Attorney/Prosecutor, Vienna, 1996-2002.
Member: Fairfax Bar Association (Member: Circuit Court Committee; Criminal Law Section; DUI Oversight Committee); Virginia State Bar.
PRACTICE AREAS: Criminal Law; Civil Litigation; Driving While Intoxicated; Sports Law.
BRADLEY CHASE, born Camden, New Jersey, March 16, 1966; admitted to bar, 1992, Virginia.
Education: University of Virginia (B.S. 1988); George Mason University School of Law (J.D., 1992).
Member: Virginia State Bar; Fairfax County Bar Association.
PRACTICE AREAS: Criminal Defense; Domestic Relations; Family Law; Divorce; Child Support; Spousal Support; Custody; Visitation; Protective Action, For and Against.