Chris Stevens’ areas of practice and services include commercial litigation, construction litigation, general civil litigation, insurance defense, professional liability, business torts, and workers’ compensation.
Chris is an experienced litigator with a diverse litigation practice. In addition to personal injury, wrongful death, and workers’ compensation claims, he assists clients with insurance coverage disputes. Chris represents professionals (lawyers, doctors, nurses, engineers, architects, insurance agents, etc.) before their respective licensing boards and in professional liability claims. He also assists contractors, owners, and developers in construction-related disputes.
The Roanoke native has been named in Best Lawyers in America for his work in insurance law and was cited by Virginia Business magazine as a Legal Elite in civil litigation. He is an active member of the International Association of Defense Counsel.
Chris is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College and the University of Richmond’s T.C. Williams School of Law.
Virginia State Bar—Bar Council Member (2007-10); Representative, 23rd Judicial Circuit
American Bar Association
The Ted Dalton America Inns of Court—Associate (2003-06)
Defense Research Institute
Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys
International Association of Defense Counsel
Claims by Organizational Plaintiffs Against Design Professionals, VADA Journal of Civil Litigation, Vol. XXVI, No. 3 (Fall 2014)
Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Is Your 5+ Year Real Property Lease Enforceable? | November 13, 2018
Associated General Contractors of Virginia - Piedmont District | Insurance Coverage on Construction Projects | March 4, 2020
Four Woods Rogers Attorneys Named Lawyer of the Year for Roanoke | August 19, 2021
Forty-four Woods Rogers Attorneys Recognized by Best Lawyers for 2022 | August 19, 2021
Thirty Woods Rogers Attorneys Recognized as 2016 Best Lawyers in America | August 19, 2015
33 Attorneys Named Best Lawyers in America 2014 | August 15, 2013
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