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Brent Gammon is a partner with Daniel, Medley & Kirby, P.C.  A native of Danville, Brent returned to his hometown in 2013 to join the firm after practicing law in Florida for six years.  Mr. Gammon is a trial attorney, concentrating his practice in handling workers' compensation claims, defending employers, self-insureds and insurance companies, as well as, defending employers, businesses, municipalities and insurers in automobile, premises liability and other liability claims in civil litigation.  In addition, Brent's practice includes work in divorce/domestic relations, debt collection, employment law, business law and traffic defense. 

Brent lives in the Danville area with his wife Tricia, and their two children.

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Bar and Court Admissions:
Florida, 2007.
Virginia, 2013.
U.S. District Court – Western District of Virginia, 2014.

Education:
Florida Coastal Law (J.D., cum laude, 2007)
Hampden-Sydney College (B.A., cum laude, 2003)

Professional Memberships:
Virginia State Bar
Danville Bar Association
Virginia Workers' Compensation, American Inn of Court
Florida Bar 

Community Involvement:
Immediate Past-President and Past Member of the Board of Directors - Danville After Hours Rotary Club

Member, Golf Tournament Committee, Danville-Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce (2019-2021)
Previous Member, Legislative Committee, Danville-Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce (2015-2016)
Previous Member, Board of Directors, Danville-Pittsylvania County Habitat for Humanity (2014 -2015)

Areas of Practice:
Workers' Compensation, Insurance Defense & General Civil Litigation, Domestic Relations (Divorce and/or Child custody and Adoption), Creditor's Rights and Debt Collection, Employment Law (EEOC representation and litigation) & Criminal Defense (Misdemeanor & Traffic).

Representative Experience:

Obtained a defense verdict for a client in a jury trial where the Defendant rear-ended a vehicle which suddenly stopped, and the middle vehicle subsequently rear ended the Plaintiff's vehicle.   Brent successfully argued that the driver of the middle vehicle was at fault and that the Defendant was not negligent in the operation of his vehicle.

The case(s) referenced above do not represent the lawyer’s entire record.  Each case must be evaluated on its own facts.  The outcome of a particular case cannot be based on past results.