Hall & Sethi, PLC
Gobind Singh Sethi is a dedicated client advocate. He works tirelessly to obtain just and favorable results for his clients. Gobind specializes in cases involving motor vehicle accidents, drunk driving collisions, pedestrian accidents, wrongful death, catastrophic injures, and professional malpractice. His practice spans the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia. Gobind has tried scores of civil jury trials over his 19 year legal career and has successfully represented hundreds of injured persons. He has been featured on the cover of the Virginia Lawyers Weekly for his work on the development of punitive damages in the case of Coalson v. Canchola.
Gobind is actively involved in promoting access to justice. He is a Governor at Large of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. He is also Immediate Past President of the Board of Directors of the Virginia Poverty Law Center.
Gobind is a graduate of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, and a cum laude graduate of The American University, Washington College of Law. He began his legal career as a civil defense attorney with the City of New York, defending New York City and its agencies in personal injury lawsuits. He now utilizes the strategies and tactics he learned while a defense lawyer in New York City to effectively advocate on behalf of his injured clients.