“Mr. Peter Jabaly's legal services were recommended by a good friend, when I was looking for legal help due to injuries sustained from two automobile accidents. It was a very difficult time for me personally, and I was also wary of not being able to rely on honest legal help. Mr. Jabaly's professionalism and level-headedness was my saving grace throughout. Mr. Jabaly did not go the extra mile---he went an extra 50 miles for me. Mr. Jabaly is very knowledgeable in his field, and has exceptional analytical skills. Mr. Jabaly also thinks quickly on his feet, which was important throughout negotiations with the other parties.Throughout these discussions with the other parties, Mr. Jabaly also had the foresight to negotiate and lower the amount I owed my Physical Therapist, which was very helpful. With each settlement offer sent and received, Mr. Jabaly was always clear in laying out and explaining all my options, in order to make the best decision possible. He was great in keeping the communication line open between us at all times. From the beginning, Mr. Jabaly was very fair and honest in laying out the realities of my cases, all the scenarios that could happen, and all the various results as well. Not once, throughout the duration of these cases, did I doubt that Mr. Jabaly did not have my best financial AND personal interests at heart.I am happy and extremely satisfied with the outcome of my cases, a large part of it is due to Mr. Jabaly's hard work. While he always maintained a professional attitude, he was always sincere in his commitment to my cases, and in his concern for my health as well. There is no doubt in my mind that if I ever need legal help again, he will be my only choice.”
Although a New York judge may have ordered service on a defendant through the Facebook messenger application, a Virginia court wouldn’t likely do that. Under Virginia Code Section 8.01-296, a dodgy defendant would probably be served by order of publication.