About Bob Holub, Attorney
Robert J. Holub, Jr., a Virginia native, has since 2006 represented Virginians in their fight to obtain the benefits they deserve, including Social Security, Veterans Administration, Virginia Retirement System, and other disability and workers’ compensation benefits. Mr. Holub is dedicated to providing to each of his clients the highest level of quality, straightforward legal representation during a period of physical and/or mental disability that can be emotionally and financially devastating. In addition to his law practice, he has been active in training and informing healthcare and legal professionals, law students, and families about the intricacies of Social Security Disability, Supplemental Security Insurance and Veterans Disability programs through pro bono seminars, internships, and public forums.
Mr. Holub received a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in Government from the University of Virginia in 1993. He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Iowa College of Law in 2001, and he was admitted to the State Bar of Virginia in 2002. He is admitted to practice before the Virginia Supreme Court and courts of the Commonwealth of Virginia, the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, and the United States Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia.
Mr. Holub is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives and Charlottesville Albemarle Bar Association. He is accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of the General Counsel to prepare, present and prosecute claims before the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Prior to his disability practice in the law firm of Geraty, Holub & MacQueen, PLC, Mr. Holub practiced law in Roanoke, Virginia, helping individuals and businesses in the areas of plaintiff-oriented commercial litigation, bankruptcy, personal injury, and civil litigation.
Mr. Holub is married to his best friend, Meg, whose cancer and survivorship experiences have given him a personal understanding of illness and disability; they enjoy spending time with their son and their dogs. When he is not working or with his family, Mr. Holub is active outdoors; he is also a recreational soccer coach and frequent PTO volunteer.