Kenneth J. Annis and Associates is a law firm located in Washington, D.C that also serves Maryland and Virginia. We are dedicated to meeting the unique legal needs of each of our clients, offering professional and personalized service.
Established in 1974 by Mr. Annis, the firm practices in a wide range of areas, both civil and criminal. The firm’s principal is admitted to practice in both state and federal court. We have been successful in helping clients with the following kinds of cases:
- Personal injury
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Wrongful death
- Products liability
- Trusts, wills and estates
- Criminal defense
- White collar investigation
- Driving under the influence
- Driver’s license suspension
- Drug possession
- Grand jury investigation
- Solicitation of Prostitution
Kenneth J. Annis graduated from Harvard University and Georgetown University Law School. An active member of numerous bar associations, Mr. Annis has been recognized for his leadership abilities by multiple organizations, including the American Board of Trial Lawyers and The George Washington Inn of Court, where he was president. Our firm enjoys a good reputation among other attorneys and law firms.
Unlike big corporate firms, we aim to offer clients skillful, dynamic, forceful representation at a reasonable cost. However, forty years of experience gives us the ability to draw from resources that are equivalent to those possessed by large law firms. This is particularly useful for those clients who have complex or very large matters. However, regardless of the level of case complexity, our goal is to make sure our clients receive the best representation possible.
We understand that when clients need to see a lawyer, they are dealing with a situation that is fraught with difficulty, and that they need to be kept apprised of any developments in their cases. The most effective attorneys keep their clients informed, explain any developments in straightforward language rather than legal jargon, and timely advise their clients of case strategy. Toward that end, our office is as clear and compassionate in its communication with clients as it is persistent and tough in pursuing their best interests. Also furthering our goal of strong client communication, our office is multilingual. Specifically, Mr. Annis speaks French fluently and a staff member speaks Spanish.
Our firm has represented thousands of diverse clients efficiently and successfully, bringing sensitivity and consideration to our clients’ particular needs and circumstances. We serve as our clients’ voices in investigations, pretrial proceedings, settlement discussions, arbitration hearings, mediations, and trials. We look forward to offering outstanding legal representation to all prospective clients and will work zealously to obtain the best possible outcomes for them.
Our offices at 1100 Connecticut Avenue NW Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036 are conveniently located. We are easily accessible, located across the street from the Farragut North Metro Station on the Red Line. We are 1½ blocks from the Farragut West Metro Station on the Blue Line. Building parking is available.
To obtain more information about the legal services we offer, please call Kenneth J. Annis & Associates at (202) 785-2244 or contact us by email.
- Auto Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Medical Negligence
- Criminal Law
- Family Law and Estate Planning
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