Elizabeth M. Muldowney
“If I can make a client feel comfortable and prepared – there is a sense of satisfaction on my part.”
Virginia Commonwealth University
BA in English, 1994
Widener University School of Law
JD, cum laude, 2001
Supreme Court of Virginia
U.S. District Court, Easter and Western Districts of Virginia
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
United States Court of Federal Claims
Elizabeth Muldowney has extensive experience representing vaccine-injured petitioners in the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Her in-depth knowledge has helped both individuals injured by vaccines and medical practitioners in the community and correctional settings. No matter if you are a plaintiff or a defendant, Elizabeth works to support your success with forethought and care.
Elizabeth understands the delicate relationship between health care and the law, and ensures each client is informed and prepared for every step in the litigation process. She proactively anticipates legal concerns and works to quell anxieties, so her clients feel confident and prepared to seamlessly navigate what can often be stressful litigation.
When representing individuals with vaccination injuries, Elizabeth offers her patience and full support. She understands the complexities associated with vaccination-related cases, and works judiciously to help her clients receive the compensation they need to move forward.
Her experience defending health care providers against medical malpractice claims allows her to tailor unique legal strategies in order to address client cases with clarity and conviction. She works to help each client look forward and stay on track, so they ultimately come out ahead.
After graduating law school, Elizabeth began working as an Assistant City Attorney in Winchester, Virginia. Further, she served as City Attorney from 2003 – 2006. Before joining Sands Anderson, Elizabeth worked at the law firm of Rawls McNelis. When not in the office, Elizabeth enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her family.
Virginia Bar Association
Virginia State Bar
Vaccine Injured Petitioner's Bar Association
American Association for Justice