Christian E. Blank
“I consider it a privilege and honor to serve clients who have been wronged and to fight for justice on their behalf, often against seemingly insurmountable odds.”
Christian focuses his practice on civil litigation, including representing clients in personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death, products liability, premises liability, business litigation, contract and construction disputes, and complex real and personal property disputes. Christian is listed as a top-rated personal injury lawyer in Super Lawyers and has helped his clients obtain multiple six and seven figure verdicts and settlements through his diligent representation and advocacy.
Christian also works with small businesses, churches, and nonprofit entities and assists them from inception through dissolution, and a myriad of issues encountered in day to day operations. He has spoken at events on legal issues affecting churches and ministries. Christian also serves as an adjunct professor at Regent University School of Law.
Before entering the legal field, Christian worked at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms National Tracing Center where he traced firearms recovered by law enforcement officers, trained other employees, and was often personally sought out by ATF personnel to conduct special research assignments. Christian also worked in the commercial construction industry as a superintendent on multi-million dollar projects before attending law school at Regent University. Christian served as the Business Manager of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board at Regent and graduated magna cum laude, finishing in the top 5% in his class.
In his spare time, Christian enjoys working out, home renovation projects, and spending time on the water. Mostly, Christian enjoys spending time with his wife, Laura, and their two children. Christian and his family reside in Chesapeake and attend Great Bridge Baptist Church.
- Regent University School of Law
- Shepherd University
- Eastern District of Virginia
- Western District of Virginia
- Supreme Court of the United States
In the community, Catherine has served as a YMCA volunteer basketball coach; mentor in the Seatack Elementary School Mentor Program; board member for Civic Associations; and volunteered through the Virginia Beach Covenant/Habitat for Humanity chapter.