Thomas Soldan handles a wide variety of personal injury cases in the Northern Virginia area. He litigates in local courts throughout the region, including the cities of Alexandria, Manassas, Manassas Park, and Fredericksburg; the counties of Arlington, Culpeper, Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, Prince William, Rappahannock, Spotsylvania, and Stafford; and the towns of Falls Church, Haymarket, Leesburg, Vienna, and Warrenton.
Prior to joining Price Benowitz, LLP, Mr. Soldan was an associate with a prestigious litigation firm in Warrenton, Virginia. He also gained valuable experience on the other side of the fence as a law clerk with a boutique medical malpractice defense firm in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Soldan has fortified his trial experience by participating in both criminal and civil jury trials, in addition to a multitude of bench trials. Mr. Soldan has also received advanced training in the areas of DUI defense, speed detection and proper radar performance and advanced civil damages training.
Thomas Soldan is a past president of the Fauquier County Bar Association and a member of the Virginia Bar Association. He has also served as the insurance regulation vice chairman with the American Bar Association. Mr. Soldan is co-author of “Right-Sizing: Customizing Corporate Compliance to the Small Corporation.” Thomas attended Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, before earning his Juris Doctor from the University of Georgia School of Law.
When Mr. Soldan isn’t in court or at the office, he is often drawn to the baseball diamond. Thomas has been involved in America’s pastime since he was a child. He played during his undergraduate career, and after law school was a founding member of the Occoquan River Bandits, who play in the wood bat Blue-Gray League with teams in Arlington, Fairfax, Alexandria and Prince William County. And when he’s not on the field, he’s often in a seat watching the pros, taking in as many Washington Nationals’ games as possible. But law and base running isn’t enough, apparently. Mr. Soldan is also an avid trail runner. He’s participating in races of up to 50k. Among favorite local runs are the Appalachian Trail from Loudoun County to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia and the Bull Run-Occoquan Trail as it winds its way from Bull Run Park to Fountainhead Park.
The same sort of breathless enthusiasm that Thomas brings to baseball and trail running, Thomas brings to his personal injury cases—working tirelessly with his clients to find the best possible outcome for their case.
“I look forward to developing my practice in northern Virginia and expanding my role as a leader in the local legal community as well,” says Mr. Soldan. “I was elected President of the Fauquier Bar Association for 2012, I am an area representative for the Conference of Local Bar Associations within the Virginia Bar Association, and I stay active in local VBA events and presentations.”