David A. Cardon
Are you facing criminal charges? Has someone else's negligent actions caused you injuries or other losses?
Attorney David A. Cardon in Virginia Beach, VA, has helped many clients overcome difficult legal challenges and achieve positive outcomes.
There are many attorneys in the area. Why is David Cardon the lawyer to call?
Cardon Law Is Accessible, Compassionate, and Dedicated
Available 24/7Mr. Cardon is a lawyer who understands how nerve-wracking legal challenges can be, which is why he makes himself available to his clients 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Comprehensive in Their ApproachAs an attorney handling both criminal and personal injury cases, Mr. Cordon understands how to approach cases from both sides, giving him one-of-a-kind insight when it comes to building a compelling case on your behalf.
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Whether you have been hurt by a negligent driver or face criminal charges, now is the time to secure a lawyer. Getting professional representation can make the difference between a successful case and unfair, long-term consequences.
"I ended up getting the charge completely dismissed."
"After receiving a 'reckless driving' charge in Hampton, I was very worried about what may happen to not only my excellent driving record but to my future endeavors. I had never been in trouble with the law before and I was facing possible jail time if convicted so I gave Mr. Cardon's office a call and they saw me a couple of days later. Mr. Cardon and his team were very professional and Mr. Cardon knew exactly what he was doing. The moment I met Mr. Cardon and his team, I knew I was in good hands. I ended up getting the charge completely dismissed due to Mr. Cardon's work." JD, Previous Client
A graduate from the College of William & Mary, Mr. Cardon received his law degree from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond.
Before forming the law firm of Cardon & Goodman with Erin Goodman, Esquire in 2003, Mr. Cardon was an associate with Clark & Stant, which merged with Williams Mullen in 1999. He left Williams Mullen in 2001 to organize a solo practice. He is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Virginia, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. He is a member of the Virginia State Bar, the Virginia Bar Association, and the Virginia Beach Bar Association.
Media and News
Mr. Cardon has been a frequent contributor to the military magazine, Soundings, and the Virginia Trial Lawyers Law Journal. He also has been a frequent guest on WHRV 89.5 FM's radio show "Hearsay" with Cathy Lewis where he answered listener's legal questions.
Meet David Cardon of Cardon Law