Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers Moves into New Norfolk Offices Next Week
Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers has come a long way since attorneys John Cooper and Jim Hurley joined forces in late 2011. Next week, we move into new offices in Norfolk because we have outgrown our current space in Ghent.
Effective April 10, our new address will be:
125 St Pauls Blvd
We are very excited to be moving into the Downtown area, right across the street from the new Norfolk Courthouse.
The new office is closer to the courts and the interstates that links Norfolk to the other cities where we help clients including Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Newport News, Hampton, York County, Suffolk, Portsmouth and the Eastern Shore of Virginia. The new office will have ample free parking.
However, we retain client meeting locations in the seven cities of Hampton Roads and on the Eastern Shore so as we can come to you.
Thanks to the support of our friends and former clients, we have been able to help more and more people who have been injured in auto, truck, and motorcycle accidents or premises liability, or dangerous and defective drugs cases. We have added three new attorneys and additional support staff since our move to 2014 Granby Street in 2013.
In April, another new attorney Will Dudley joins the Cooper Hurley team.
A major part of the reason we have been able to grow so quickly is the wonderful referrals we receive from our friends and former clients. The team at Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers thanks all of our friends and former clients for referring injured people to us.
Jim Hurley said of the move. “I am very excited to move because it gives Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers the space to better help people when they’ve been injured in car, truck, and motorcycle accidents.
“We're looking forward to continuing to help people who are injured. We are continuing to help more and more people,” he said.
Jim Hurley said moving again was always in the back of his mind when the firm moved to Ghent in 2013. “I always thought that because of our continued success we might need to find bigger space.”
“The best thing about moving to downtown Norfolk is that it’s easily accessible from all of the cities on the Southside and all of the cities on the Peninsula and the surrounding areas because all of the interstate systems feed into downtown Norfolk,” Jim said. “Our office is conveniently located with ample parking so as we can better serve the people we help.”
Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers Seeks a Tenant for Its Ghent Building
We are looking for someone to rent our current 2,800 square foot office space. The office is located on the second floor of the Wells Fargo Bank building, providing ample free parking and is within walking distance to many of Ghent’s great restaurants and shops on 21st Street and beyond including famous eateries such as Doumar’s and Charlie’s Café.
If you or someone you know is interested in leasing our current office at 2014 Granby Street, please contact Jim Hurley at (757) 455-0077 or Scott Godbout of Carter Godbout & Associates at 757-525-4947 for more information.