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Virginia N. Hall

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Virginia N. Hall



Virginia is a Partner in our office in Tifton, Georgia, focusing on professional negligence and medical malpractice, general liability, premises liability, product liability, moto vehicle liability, real estate, transactional law, collections, bankruptcy and creditors rights.

A native of Atlanta, Virginia lived in several towns in south Georgia in her early years before returning to Atlanta for high school. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology at the University of Georgia, and a Juris Doctorate from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University.

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After law school she moved to Valdosta, where she worked with an insurance defense law firm before joining HBS. Virginia is married to Christopher D. Hall, an attorney in Valdosta, and they have three children.

Virginia is admitted in all State Courts and in the U.S. District Courts for Middle and Southern Georgia.


Virginia specializes in general liability matters including transportation and premises liability, and has an extensive practice in real estate, collections and bankruptcy matters.

Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights

Virginia handles cases involving collections, foreclosure and bankruptcy matters for creditors in the state of Georgia and throughout the Southeast.

Business Transactions

Throughout her practice, Virginia has worked with several clients on numerous matters from entity organization, non-disclosure agreements, purchase and sale agreements and various other corporate matters.


Virginia has experience in handling construction claims and representation of owners, builders, contractors, subcontractors, and insurers through out the state of Georgia, with a focus in the South and Middle Georgia area.

Environmental, Mass Torts & Land Use

Virginia N. Hall, along with several other attorneys at HBS, represents clients concerning Environmental, Mass Tort and Land Use issues. Specifically, Virginia has worked with various counties in the South Georgia area concerning Land Use and Environmental issues that these counties face frequently, including but not limited to zoning issues, eminent domain, special use permits, building permits, plat approvals. Virginia’s clientele also includes small, medium and large land development companies, lenders,and individual home owners involving all areas of Land Use that can and may arise in such developments.

General Liability

Virginia has represented numerous clients including individuals involved in auto accidents, slip and falls, retail store owners as well as individuals and entities involved in various general liability matters.

Medical Malpractice

Virginia has defended health care professionals and medical providers including physicians and hospitals in medical malpractice actions while employed with Hall Booth Smith, P.C.


Virginia has served as counsel for clients involved in motor vehicle accidents and accidents with trucking entitles. She has provided opinions on loss, level of exposure and uninsured/ underinsured issues.

Real Estate

Virginia has represented numerous clients including lenders, individuals, and governmental agencies. Services include various real estate matters, such as residential closings, commercial closings, lease arrangements, landlord/tenant matters, foreclosure proceedings, writ of possession matters, and redemption proceedings. She has also represented various Georgia counties on tax sale matters. She is also able to conduct real estate matters at all of our HBS offices as well as at office locations she has in Valdosta, Douglas, and Waycross.

Workers’ Compensation

Throughout her practice, Virginia has worked in defending Workers’ Compensation claims for both employers, insurers and insurance carriers throughout Georgia.


  • Georgia Supreme Court
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • US District Court – Middle District of Georgia
  • US District Court – Southern District of Georgia
  • All State and Superior Courts of Georgia
  • J.D., Mercer University, 2002
  • B.A., University of Georgia, 1998


  • ABA
  • Girls on the Run South Georgia – Secretary of the Board of Directors
  • Park Avenue United Methodist Church in Valdosta, Georgia, Member
  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Tifton Bar Association
  • Valdosta Junior Service League, Member


  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Carriers
  • Discovery Overview
  • Workers’ Compensation Update for 2009
  • Work Related Injuries in Workers’ Compensation
  • Medicare Set Aside
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  • Chain of Command in a Hospital Setting
    Seminar in the South, November 2007
  • Jury Verdicts and Settlements in Premises Liability and Common Carrier/Trucking Cases
    Seminar in the South, March 2007
  • Credentialing: Liability Issues Old and New
    Seminar in the South, September 2006
  • Informed Consent: Unusual Issues
    Seminar in the South, September 2006


  • Chain of Command in a Hospital Setting
    Seminar in the South, November 2007
  • Jury Verdicts and Settlements in Premises Liability and Common Carrier/Trucking Cases
    Seminar in the South, March 2007
  • Credentialing: Liability Issues Old and New
    Seminar in the South, September 2006
  • Informed Consent: Unusual Issues
    Seminar in the South, September 2006

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