You Don’t Have To Carry This Alone

If you or a family member have been injured in an accident, stress and anxiety can keep you from healing. When you’re hurt, out of work, and watching the bills pile up the last thing you want to do is wrestle with insurance companies for the compensation you deserve.

At Mapp, Mapp & Klein, We Get It

We’re here to help you heal. We’ve settled hundreds of injury cases and recovered millions of dollars for people just like you. With our extensive experience we understand exactly how large insurance companies and government agencies evaluate your claim. We help you on your settlement journey so you can move forward with your life.

Taking The Time To Understand

T. Wayne Williams

Mr. Williams is a native of the Eastern Shore and a 25-year resident of the Hampton roads area. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and law degree from Regent University. In his 20-year career Wayne has developed a wealth of experience in civil litigation and personal injury matters. He has been involved in litigation throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and has tried hundreds of cases in Circuit Courts and General District Courts in Hampton Roads, the Northern Neck, Richmond, the counties of the Eastern Shore as well as in the United States Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.

Jonathan R. Deloatche

Mr. Deloatche is a lifelong resident of the Tidewater area. He received his law degree from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond. His professional experience includes representing the largest taxicab company in Norfolk and its drivers in civil defense litigation and traffic matters. He has also represented insurance companies and their insureds in suits involving construction law, fraud, breach of contract, and personal injuries. His experience representing insurance companies helps set him apart from other injury lawyers.

Robert Frazier

Robert is a native of Virginia Beach and graduated from Frank W. Cox High School. His B.A. comes from Virginia Tech (GO Hokies!), and he received his Master of Education from UVA, and earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Baltimore. Robert’s extensive experience in real estate law includes commercial and residential real estate settlements for refinances, sales and purchases. He also helps clients resolve real estate title issues, foreclosure matters including loan modifications, short sales and other loss mitigation.

More Than A Century of Excellent Service to the Community

The Mapp, Mapp & Klein Law firm in Keller, Virginia has been around for over a century and has a long and interesting history of excellent service to the community on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.  The legacy started when two brothers, J. Brooks Mapp and G. Walter Mapp decide to become attorneys in the early 1900s. Both decided to start law firms in Eastern Shore towns J. Brooks Mapp, founded the J. Brooks Mapp Law Firm in Keller, Virginia. At the same time, Brooks’ brother, G. Walter Mapp started his own law firm, the G. Walter Mapp Law Firm in nearby Accomac, Virginia.  For the remainder of their careers, the brothers continued to operate separate and at times competing law firms.

Some years later, Brooks’ son, William King Mapp, came to work for his father at the J. Brooks Mapp Law Firm. Eventually they changed the name of the firm to Mapp & Mapp. The father and son team operated Mapp & Mapp for many years, until Brooks passed away in 1969. Now William was alone on his own for a number of years and prospered to the point he needed assistance.  In 1976, Billy King decided he needed more help and hired J. Nicholas Klein, III (Nick Klein) right out of law school to work with him. Nick’s wife grew up on the Shore and was taught in high school by Barbara Mapp, Billy King’s wife. Nick joined the firm in December of 1976, took the Virginia Bar Exam and became licensed in April, 1977. In the late 70’s the firm name was changed again, this time to Mapp, Mapp & Klein. For the next 10 years Billy King and Nick ran the firm very successfully. William King Mapp passed away in 1987 and J. Nicholas Klein, III and John L. Hopkins purchased the offices from his widow Barbara and for a time the firm operated as Klein & Hopkins.  When Hopkins left a few short years later, Nick changed the name back to Mapp, Mapp & Klein in honor of the Mapp family and the history there.

In 2014, Wayne Williams and Jonathan DeLoatche of Williams DeLoatche, P.C. in Hampton Roads, Virginia, started working with Nick. Wayne is a native of the Eastern Shore of Virginia and was very familiar with Mapp, Mapp & Klein and its success in the personal injury field. In 2022, after 8 years of working with Nick, Williams DeLoatche officially acquired the offices of Mapp, Mapp & Klein so that Nick, now in his later years, could pursue golf and other fun activities. Currently, the firm is still owned and run full-time by Williams DeLoatche, P.C. and their team of experienced attorneys. Nick is retired from the active practice of law but still has duties as Assistant Commissioner of Accounts for the Circuit Court of Accomack County and as an adviser to Wayne and Jonathan and Mapp, Mapp & Klein and as such still has an active Virginia Bar license. Mapp, Mapp & Klein thrives on, to this day, and provides the same great personal service that can be expected by a small, family-run, local business with humble beginnings over 100 years ago.


All lawyers and law firms are ultimately judged on the results we produce for their clients. One of the best indicators of what a law firm can do for its potential clients are the results that it has achieved for past clients. Below are a few of our notable case results:



$200K Settled in Trail – Virginia Beach Circuit Court.

$150K  Pedestrian – Brain Injury – Disputed Liability –  Accomack County Circuit Court



$300K Severe Automobile Accident Settled in Mediation



$330K Serve Automobile Accident – Multiple Surgeries – Verdict Norfolk Circuit Court



$460K Settlement in Mediation Involving a John Doe Driver – Multiple Surgeries – Virginia Beach Circuit Court



$575K Complex Brain Injury Case Involving Tractor Trailer – Settlement in Mediation – Norfolk Circuit Court



200K Verdict in Norfolk Circuit Court – John Doe Drive – Disputed Liability