Attorney Overview

  • T.C. Williams School of Law at the
    University of Richmond, J.D. 1982
  • University of Alabama, M.P.A. 1979
  • James Madison University, B.S. 1978
  • Supreme Court of Virginia
  • United States District Court for
    the Western District of Virginia
  • United States District Court for
    the Eastern District of Virginia
  • United States Bankruptcy Court for
    the Western District of Virginia
  • United States Court of Appeals for
    the Fourth Circuit
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America
Contact Information:
1142 Riverview Street
P.O. Box 2100
Grundy, Virginia 24614

(276) 935-2128 - Telephone
(276) 935-4162 - Fax
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Robert J. Breimann is a 1978 graduate of the James Madison University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science. He obtained his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa in 1979. Mr. Breimann then obtained his Juris Doctor Degree from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond in 1982. Mr. Breimann is a partner in the Street Law Firm, LLP, in Grundy, Virginia, where he has practiced as a civil and criminal litigator for over 30 years. He has been a member of the faculty of the Virginia Supreme Court Mandatory Course on Professionalism, and continues on the faculty of the mandatory law school course on professionalism. Although Mr. Breimann’s practice focuses predominantly in Buchanan, Russell, Tazewell, Washington and Dickenson Counties, and the City of Bristol, Virginia, he has appeared in Courts throughout southwestern Virginia from the City of Roanoke through the far reaches of Lee County.

Representative Cases:
Miller v. Pounding Mill Quarry Corporation, et al — Obtained a multi-million dollar settlement for the wrongful death of the plaintiff
Grundy National Bank v. McClair — Obtained a Judgment in favor of the Grundy National Bank resisting a Debtor’s Turn OverMotion allowing the bank to retain over $250,000.
Stacy v. Stacy — Protected the wife’s property rights through the Virginia Supreme Court under a domestic agreement against the husband’s attacks.
Commonwealth v. May -- Obtained reversal in the Virginia Supreme Court of a jury’s conviction verdict on a charge of armed robbery.
Scott Horne v. Bear Archery, et al — Represented Bear Archery, an international archery manufacturing company in a products liability suit brought against it.
Industrial Carbon Corporation — Represented the corporation in the negotiation of and sale of mining, equipment, permits and assets in excess of $1,000,000.00.