Fletcher W. Harkrader III is a Louisa native who spent seven years of his career as the Louisa County Attorney. Today, as the lead attorney in the Louisa office of Marks & Harrison, his legal practice is dedicated entirely to representing those who have suffered serious injuries or lost a loved one due to the negligence of others.
Fletcher works in our office with paralegal Sherry Gramling. They can be found on Route 22 in an historic home that has been renovated to serve as a modern, high-tech office space.
A former President of the Louisa County Bar Association, Fletcher has been recognized by Virginia Super Lawyers (2013) and others.
Fletcher has been highly involved with the Louisa community throughout his career, including serving terms as President of the Louisa County Rotary Club, Louisa County Ruritan Club and Louisa County Chamber of Commerce.
Marks & Harrison, also proudly sponsors the nearby Charlottesville Dogwood Festival, which celebrates the natural beauty and historic attractions of the region.
All of our offices across the state also participate in our “Casual for a Cause” program, in which employees can dress casually for a day at the office in exchange for making a donation to fund meals and other items for families in need during the holidays.
If you have been injured in an accident in Louisa, it is likely that your claim will go through the 16th Judicial Circuit, which features a Circuit Court located on Main Street in Louisa. Civil claims may also be handled by the following nearby Circuit Courts: Albemarle, Charlottesville, Culpeper, Fluvanna, Goochland, Greene, Madison and Orange.
A workers’ compensation or Social Security disability claim would be handled in different venues.
For instance, workers’ compensation hearings are held in regional offices of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission. The nearest office in your case could be located in the Charlottesville City Hall or another location.
Social Security disability claims are processed by the local Social Security Administration field office. For Louisa residents, that office would be located at Pantops Mountain Place in Charlottesville. A hearing before an administrative law judge would be held in the same building, which houses the region’s Office of Disability Adjudication and Review.
Louisa residents can count on the accident lawyers of Marks & Harrison to protect their rights and aggressively pursue the compensation and benefits they deserve. To learn more about how we can assist you, contact us today. Our initial consultations are always free and confidential.