ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW

​​SICILIANO, ELLIS, DYER & BOCCAROSSE PLC


          Siciliano, Ellis, Dyer & Boccarosse PLC is a local and regional insurance defense firm established in 1951 by Anthony Siciliano. Its attorneys specialize in workers' compensation defense and are experienced in the defense of a wide variety of other civil litigation issues. The firm performs work primarily in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C.  The firm's proximity to Central Virginia also allows its attorneys to practice in federal and state courts in Richmond, Fredericksburg, Charlottesville, Harrisonburg, Winchester, and a large portion of the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia.


          Today, the firm consists of three partners in its Fairfax office. Our clients include corporations of all sizes, well-known insurance companies, and counties, municipalities, and other governmental entities throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Our representation of these clients has been broad-ranged, including litigation in the areas of general tort liability, products liability, automobile liability, wrongful death, personal injury, professional malpractice, construction law, contract and business litigation, insurance issues, premises liability, municipal liability, and workers' compensation.

Our Firm

Providing the highest quality insurance defense for over 65 years

​Efficiency - Expertise - Responsiveness 

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