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Partner Joseph Cammarata Reappointed to Board of Directors of Fairfax Water

Joseph Cammarata is an experienced personal injury attorney and Partner at Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. Aside from protecting the rights of injured victims and families who come to our firm during their times of need, Mr. Cammarata also dedicates his time to a number of professional associations and legal organizations. Among his other roles, he currently serves as the President of the Brain Injury Association of Washington, D.C. (BIADC) and is co-chair of the Energy Drinks Litigation Group of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), Our firm is pleased to announce that Partner Cammarata has also recently been re-appointed to the Board of Directors of Fairfax Water.Joseph Cammarata

The Fairfax County Water Authority – also known as Fairfax Water – is Virginia's largest water utility and the supplier of drinking water to nearly 2 million people in Northern Virginia. Fairfax Water, which produces an average of 150 million gallons of water each day, is governed by a ten-member Board of Directors. Members of the Board of Directors are local Fairfax County residents who are appointed by the elected Board of Supervisors of Fairfax County. Partner Cammarata is a representative for the Mt. Vernon District, and has been a Board Member since 2012.

Partner Joseph Cammarata's re-appointment to the Fairfax Water Board of Directors says a great deal about his stature and positive reputation throughout the local community. Not only is he a leader in the legal community, with among other things his recognition as one of the top 100 super lawyers in Washington, D.C., but he is also a leader in the community. In his position as a Board member of Fairfax Water, he strives to assure Fairfax Water customers receive high quality water at a reasonable rate. Mr. Cammarata's commitment to legal excellence and superior community service continues to be a prominent driving force behind the law firm's continued success, and will likely have the same impact on Fairfax Water.