Courageous, compassionate representation in legal matters.
- Personal Injury
- Business Law
With 20 years of experience as an insurance defense attorney, Virginia King, Esquire is very familiar with the “other side.” In 2022, she opened King Law, LLC, to represent the truly injured individuals whom she wants to help.
“The whole reason I started my own firm is that I’ve worked for other law firms, I’ve seen how they operate,” King said. “I don’t like the way some treat their clients. I like to have a more personal touch. I think that’s what people need.”
“A lot of lawyers do things status quo. I think that is doing a disservice to your clients, acting like you’re too busy to talk to clients during a case. That’s what I’m trying to differentiate. I’m the person calling. I’m the person talking you through your case.”
Virginia King is the founder and owner of ViKing Law, and personally reviews each case before agreeing to represent anyone. Her time is precious, so she only selects those individuals to represent whom she truly believes in.
Virginia’s goal is to navigate the legal world and court system for the client so they do not have to. She earns the term “counselor” by providing guidance and reassurance to each client, calling, emailing and texting them back, and taking the time to explain each step of the process. This process takes time, so she does not waste time collecting everyone else’s cases using billboards, buses and television ads. She does not believe in simply collecting cases only to cast them aside later. Each client is unique and treated as such.
“It’s the ability to assist people when they have absolutely no idea what they’re doing,” she said. “I can explain what are the most important aspects in a case in language they understand. It’s also incredibly rewarding to stand up to bullies when they can’t.”
And she’s delivered for her clients, recovering millions of dollars for clients who have suffered the most significant of injuries. Her passion for winning has led her to be named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyers “Rising Star” in 2013, 2014, and 2016 through 2019. She’s also named to Super Lawyers from 2020 to 2023, a distinction given to only the top 2.5 percent of attorneys practicing in Pennsylvania. In 2023, she was awarded the prestigious Women Entrepreneurs Award by Best Vendor. Her firm is a My Base Guide “Military Trusted Member” and is a BBB Accredited Business.
After graduating from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Business with honors, Virginia attended Temple University Beasley School of Law, graduating in 2005.
She currently resides in Bucks County with her husband, a veteran of the United State Marine Corps, and their two sons.
Virginia is also a member of the Leukemia Lymphoma Society (“LLS”), having lost her older sister, Tess King, to Leukemia in 2001. Viking Law regularly donates, sponsors a team and participates in various LLS events, including LLS Light the Night and LLS Big Climb at the Lincoln Financial Field.
When Virginia is done binge watching streaming shows she is figuring out how to use her Cricut machine. She learned how to use a sewing machine at the beginning of the pandemic to make masks, which turned into her making homemade dolls that look creepy and terrifying but are very much loved by her young sons.
- Temple University Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- J.D. - 2005
- Honors: Moot Court Honor Society
- Honors: Political & Civil Rights Law Review
- University of Miami, Miami, Florida
- Bachelor of Business, With Honors - 2002
- National Institute For Trial Advocacy, Depositions
- Leukemia Lymphoma Society, Eastern PA Light the Night, Executive Committe Memeber
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- BNI, Warrington Regional Chapter, President, 2023 to 2024
- Pennsylvania Super Lawyers “Rising Star", 2013, 2014, 2016-2019
- Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, 2020-2023
- Women Entrepreneur Award, The Best Vendor, 2023
- Military Trusted Business – 2023 – My Base
- Legal Standard of Excellence Award - 2023