Gregory S. Larsen
Mr. Larsen was born in Opelika, Alabama in 1959 and moved to Chesapeake,
Virginia in 1966. A lifelong Chesapeake resident having matriculated
through the Chesapeake Public School system, Mr. Larsen was a graduate
of Indian River High School. Attending the college of University of
Virginia, he graduated “With Distinction” in 1981. While
pursuing his law degree at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the
college of William & Mary, Mr. Larsen was a member of the law
school’s Moot Court Trial Team which reached the nationals during
which he received the Outstanding Speaker Award.
Mr. Larsen joined the Virginia State Bar in 1984 and has practiced
Law with the firm Roy, Larsen Carnes & Romm, PC ever since.
His entire practice has been devoted to civil litigation, concentrating
in the areas of personal injury (including medical malpractice),
wrongful death, construction and contract litigation and family
law. He resides in Virginia Beach with his wife and four children.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Construction and Contract litigation
Graduate of University of Virginia (With Distinction) in 1981
College of William & Mary – Marshall-Wythe School of Law
(1984) Member of W & M Trial Advocacy Team and was awarded outstanding
24 years of civil trial work in all local, state and federal courts
as well as arguing several cases before the Virginia Supreme Court.
Virginia State Bar since 1984
Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
American Association of Justice
OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
Awarded American College of Trial Lawyers Medal for Excellence in
Advocacy, national Moot Court Competition.
Named by Virginia Business Magazine as one of the “Legal Elite”
and one of the best attorneys in the area of civil litigation in
Several of Mr. Larsen’s cases have been featured in the Virginia
Lawyers Weekly, The Shopper and one in particular was published
in the National US Lawyers Edition.