Liz Sorrell is a personal injury attorney for Tom McGrath Motorcycle Law Group, working primarily out of the office in Newport News, Virginia. Her practice focuses on representing victims of motorcycle and car collisions, as well as families who have suffered the wrongful death of a loved one. Liz has earned a reputation as a diligent, hardworking attorney who strives to produce fair outcomes for her personal injury clients.
As an undergraduate student, Liz earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology. She went on to Law School, where, in her third year, she began trying cases and representing individuals who had been denied unemployment benefits. After law school, Liz accepted a position in the Newport News Commonwealth Attorney’s office. As a prosecutor, Liz tried thousands of criminal cases ranging from simple misdemeanors to First Degree Murder.
Liz Joined Tom McGrath’s Motorcycle Law Group in 2007. Putting her clients first has always been her top priority: “My injured clients are people who have experienced real loss, and who just want to be fairly compensated for the harm that they have suffered. They are down-to-earth people, and I feel privileged to ride with them, to represent them, and to help make a difficult time easier for them to bear.”
Liz is a frequent lecturer on a variety of topics concerning laws affecting motorcyclists and injured motorists. She has also served as an Adjunct Professor at Saint Leo University.
Licensed in the following states
- North Carolina
- West Virginia
Member of the following organizations
- Virginia Trial Lawyers Associations
- North Carolina Advocates for Justice
- Concerned Biker Association/ABATE of North Carolina
- Virginia Coalition of Motorcyclists (VCOM)
- Hampton Roads Harley Owners Group (HOG)
- Motorcycle Riders Foundation
- American Motorcyclists Association