Cory R. Ford is a partner at WilliamsFord and exclusively practices personal injury, wrongful death and medical malpractice law.
Cory is best known for the strategic advice and insights he provides to clients, drawing from his years of practice focusing on cases in which clients have been hurt in a car accident as well as his well-honed legal research and analytical skills. Cory keeps abreast of the newest developments in Virginia’s insurance laws and the complexities of litigation so that he can guide his clients with the best strategies for the trail and resolution of their case.
Clients are immediately comforted by Cory due to his calm and compassionate demeanor when handling intense and emotionally-charged cases, including some of the most heart-wrenching catastrophic injury cases that families unfortunately face. He has had great success with juries and is comfortable with the use of technology in the courtroom.
Prior to limiting his practice to personal injury litigation, Cory was an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for the County of Westmoreland, Virginia. As a prosecutor, Cory gained valuable insight about courtroom work. While attending George Mason University School of Law, Cory received several honors, including winning Best Oralist in the Upper Class Moot Court Competition, becoming an Associate Editor on the law school’s Federal Circuit Bar Journal, and interning for Magistrate Judge Alan Kay in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Prior to attending law school, Cory earned his B.A degree from the College of William and Mary in 2001.
Cory is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He is also admitted to the United States District Courts (Eastern and Western Divisions) of Virginia and litigates federal cases.