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Norfolk Lawyer Neal C. Schulwolf Reappointed by Governor McAuliffe

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Governor McAuliffe honors Kalfus & Nachman by announcing a member of their team has received reappointment to the Board of Directors of the Virginia Birth Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program.

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NORFOLK, VA, July 28, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The law office of Kalfus & Nachman PC is honored to announce that Neal C. Schulwolf has been reappointed to the Board of Directors of the Virginia Birth Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program. Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that Mr. Schulwolf will reside on the board for another three year term (2014-2016).

The Virginia Birth Related Neurological Injury Program helps parents take care of children who suffer neurologic injuries during childbirth. The program covers what insurance and other programs don't, which includes necessary medical expenses, hospital expenses, rehabilitation expenses, and in-home nursing care. Mr. Schulwolf was first appointed to the board in June of 2011 by Governor Bob McDonnell; currently Mr. Schulwolf serves as vice-chair of the board.

"We are very proud of Neal Schulwolf and wish him much success as he serves the citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia, as the Vice-Chair of the Board," said Norfolk Attorney Abe Kalfus.

Norfolk Attorney Neal Schulwolf has been a member of the Virginia State Bar since 1989. He is an active member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (VTLA) as well as the Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association. He has served on the Board of Governors of VTLA and as chairman of VTLA's Continuing Legal Education and Publications Committees. He also chaired VTLA's state program on "Evidence for the Trial Lawyer." He was also the 1st appointed to VTLA's Board of Governors in 2006.

About Kalfus & Nachman PC

The Virginia personal injury lawyers of Kalfus & Nachman proudly serve the communities of Norfolk, Newport News, and Roanoke, Virginia. They represent a wide variety of legal cases such as personal injury, motor vehicle accidents, social security disability, wrongful death, product liability and nursing home negligence.

For more information, or to speak to an experienced attorney, please visit the Kalfus & Nachman website www.kalfusnachman.com, or call 757-461-4900.

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