A founding partner of Military Medical Malpractice Attorneys and an accomplished trial lawyer, Scott M. Perry has been consistently nominated as a Washington, DC, area “Super Lawyer” since age 35, an accolade awarded by his legal peers. His unique approach has led to numerous multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients. In 2019 alone, Mr. Perry obtained $46 million in verdicts for his clients. He has repeatedly been identified in Virginia Lawyers Weekly for obtaining chart-topping results for his clients. By focusing his practice on a select number of cases, Mr. Perry gives each client the individual attention they deserve.
Mr. Perry began his legal career in 1997 by serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Henry F. Greene in the District of Columbia Superior Court. Mr. Perry decided to focus his practice primarily on representing injured individuals. Notably, Mr. Perry has successfully handled several catastrophic sports injury cases, which have involved athletic disciplines ranging from rowing to swimming to triathlons. The results prompted nationwide safety changes that improved safety for sports participants. Whenever possible, Mr. Perry uses his litigation results to promote future changes that can prevent others from suffering the same catastrophic injuries as his clients.
Mr. Perry has been Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy ("NBTA"), the oldest and largest not-for-profit American Bar Association ("ABA") accredited trial attorney certification program. Attorneys with NBTA certification have proven specialized abilities through written examinations and by meeting rigorous criteria for trial experience and ethical ratings.
Mr. Perry also volunteers for and supports Brain Injury Services (braininjurysvcs.org), a Virginia organization dedicated to helping brain-injured children and adults build the skills and confidence they need to lead a fulfilling and productive life. Having a brain-injury survivor in his immediate family, Mr. Perry is well aware of the challenges they face.
Mr. Perry lives with his wife, JoAnn, and their two young children, in Northern Virginia. In his free time, he enjoys hiking with his children and is an avid exercise enthusiast.