Kevin M. Gick
Mr. Gick has a background in both civil and criminal litigation. Before joining Frankl Miller Webb & Moyers, LLP, Mr. Gick worked as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for six years and then four years at the civil litigation firm of Frith Anderson & Peake. Mr. Gick has had hundreds of trials in the General District and Juvenile and Domestic Relations courts and has handled a number of jury trials solo in Circuit Court. When his clients are involved in a criminal, traffic, or quasi-criminal civil matters, Mr. Gick’s experience in the criminal justice system and his contacts with local prosecutors and law enforcement can be advantageous. His civil experience covers a variety of litigation matters, including automobile and tractor trailer accidents, premises liability (slip and fall, landlord-tenant), consumer protection act, vehicular repossession, civil rights actions, homeowner’s associations, and other personal injury claims – both as liability counsel and uninsured/underinsured counsel.
Mr. Gick is also proficient in Spanish and can interpret or translate to assist our clients.
College of William and Mary (B.A., 2001), Hofstra University School of Law (J.D., 2006)
Honors and Affiliations:
Virginia State Bar
Connecticut State Bar
West Virginia State Bar
Western District of Virginia
Eastern District of Virginia
Southern District of West Virginia
Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys
Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Ted Dalton American Inn of Courts
Roanoke City Bar Association
“Twelve Mommies and Daddies, Not a Scary Judge Clad in Black”: Why Does Only One State Let Juries Decide Child Custody Cases?, 43 FAM. CT. REV. 612 (2006)