As a Reston personal injury lawyer, Ms. Sledd has worked hard to aid the people of Virginia struggling through a challenging time. Her career has led her to success before the Virginia Supreme Court and in the trial court as a member of the team who obtained significant trial verdicts for families affected by the Virginia Tech shootings.
Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (Young Trial Lawyers Leadership Committee)
Fairfax Bar Association
National LGBT Bar Association
Everyone wants to go into a lawsuit feeling confident. To achieve this, Ms. Sledd maintains regular contact with clients and takes the time to help them understand the legal proceedings so they know where things stand. She pays very close attention to detail in order to determine every benefit a client is entitled to and bring it to the attention of a court.
Ms. Sledd is dedicated to ensuring that the justice system fairly represents all citizens, not just those with money and influence. She aims to put herself in her clients' shoes for every case she takes. By listening carefully to their needs and empathizing with their situation, Ms. Sledd is able to get a better idea of what the best outcome of this case will be for the client and aggressively fight for it.
Drunk Driving Accidents
Achieving the best goal possible is her main priority, and it shows in both her approach to every case and the numerous satisfied clients she's had in the past.
Hall & Sethi, PLC has taken on some of Virginia's most difficult and challenging cases, and Ms. Sledd has been a proud part of that effort. She finds immense satisfaction in working on cases that will create lasting change. From holding drunk drivers accountable to forcing big companies to reform their safety standards, Ms. Sledd's work as a Reston personal injury attorney has helped Virginia become a safer, better community.
J.D. summa cum laude, Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis, 2011
B.A. cum laude, Political Science, Elon University, 2008
Washington, DC 2014
Virginia Federal Courts: Eastern District, Western District, Fourth Circuit