Daniel L. Crandall Receives The Roanoker Magazine Platinum Award for 2016 Best Lawyer
The Law Offices of Daniel L. Crandall dba "Crandall & Katt" has today learned that the readers of the Roanoker Magazine have selected Daniel L. Crandall as the 2016 Platinum Award winner for BEST LAWYER, the highest award given in their annual "Best of" poll. This year, in excess of 85,000 votes were cast across all of the categories making it the most widely participated in "Best of" poll ever for the magazine! Thanks to all those who made this Platinum Award possible for the second consecutive year!!!
The Law Offices of Daniel L. Crandall & Associates, P.C. Receives Accreditation from the Better Business Bureau
2/25/2016 (Roanoke, VA) The Law Offices of Daniel L. Crandall & Associates, P.C. located in Roanoke, VA, announced today that it has met the standards required by the BBB® to become a BBB® Accredited Business.
Peter A. Katt, a partner in the Law Firm of Crandall & Katt, was recently selected to be a member of The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Lawyers. Membership into the organization is based on peer nominations and third-party research, and is solely invitation-only. Lawyers who exemplify characteristics of leadership, reputation, influence, stature, and public profile are selectively chosen from each state.
Crandall & Katt is a Roanoke based personal injury firm which provides caring and professional representation to those injured in personal injury cases across Southwest Virginia. Since 1979, the firm has been an advocate for those injured in car and truck accidents as well as dog bites, disability, and pharmaceutical cases.
Attorney Daniel L. Crandall Named to Million Dollar Advocates Forum
The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is pleased to announce that attorney Daniel L. Crandall of Roanoke VA has been certified as a member.
CRANDALL & KATT REPRESENTS VICTIMS OF MENINGITIS OUTBREAK
Crandall & Katt currently represents dozens of people who were injured or lost loved ones in the public health catastrophe that arose from the production and distribution of contaminated steroids, which were eventually injected into victims' bodies in 2012.
Dan Casey: Whose side is insurance company on, anyway?
February 26, 2014
by Dan Casey
Joyce Enderle and her husband, David, were in their Mercury Marquis coming off northbound Interstate 581 at the Elm Avenue exit. The light at the end of the ramp was green when David turned left.
Then pow! An eastbound Ford van, whose driver had run a red light, T-boned their sedan. It was totaled and Joyce, now 79, and David, 75, were injured and ended up in the hospital. The other driver was charged in the crash; a month later he paid a $100 fine. The man also was uninsured. That meant the Enderles had to collect from their own insurance company.