Mr. Hall has been trying serious personal injury and wrongful death cases for over 40 years. While primarily representing those seriously injured or the survivors of those killed by defective products, negligent health care professionals, and careless drivers, he has occasionally represented aircraft manufacturers and, pro bono, those facing execution following convictions of capital crimes.He helped uncover the fraudulent behavior of Dr. Cecil Jacobson, a self-professed specialist in infetility medicine who used his own sperm to inseminate his female patients while falsely reassuring them the anonymous donor was carefully selected to match the patients ethnicity, religion and intellect. Hall's work was recorded in the book Babymaker by investigative reporter Rick Nelson.For nearly 20 years Hall labored to have Earl Washington exonerated for his wrongful 1984 conviction for the rape and murder of Rebecca Williams. Once 9 days from a scheduled execution, Washington was granted clemency and eventually pardoned after DNA cleared him of involvement. A federal civil jury then awarded him $2.25 million in damages for the fabricated confession used against him. Mr. Hall's work in that case was honored in the book An Expendable Man by writer Margaret Edds.President of the prestigious International Academy of Trial Lawyers 2007 - 2008, he also served as President of the Virginia Trial Lawyers and is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.