At MMWH, we are committed to serving the needs of all our clients, from the largest to the smallest, and to provide the highest quality representation, as well as the most cost-effective litigation solutions.
Only The Best
Our clients range from the best-known employers and insurance companies in the nation to local companies and independent businesses along the eastern seaboard.
Areas of Law:
-Workers' Compensation Defense
11848 Rock Landing Drive, Suite 201
Newport News, VA 23606
Mr. Mason began his legal career as a clerk to U.S. District Court Judge Richard B. Kellam from 1984-1985. Since, Mr. Mason has engaged in private practice focusing on civil litigation. He has tried over 200 workers' compensation defense and civil trials.
Mr. Hedrick has been actively engaged in a comprehensive private practice focusing on civil litigation and workers' compensation defense at the state and federal levels since 1992. He has tried over 75 civil jury trials and was co-counsel on a $25 million lawsuit.
He regularly defends cases under the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act. Mr. Hedrick has developed a national practice assisting clients in evaluating how to defend these cases.
Bradley David Reeser began working at the firm in December 2015. His practice focuses on maritime workers' compensation defense, insurance defense, 1983 defense, and appellate litigation. As a junior associate, Brad has already argued case dispositive motions in Virginia Circuit Court, argued two medical re-pricing cases at the Virginia Court of Appeals (resulting in published decisions), and drafted numerous brief products in the Eastern District of Virginia and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Brad has also defended institutional clients in administrative hearings before the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission and the United States Department of Labor Office of Administrative Law Judges.
Mr. Hull joined the firm as an associate in June of 2018. He focuses his practice on general civil litigation and defending employers in workers' compensation cases.