If you or a loved one have been seriously hurt in a car accident, you probably have questions and concerns. The information below is meant to help and is provided by our team of experienced personal injury attorneys.
Frequently asked questions
- What am I entitled to if I am involved in a car accident?
- Should I use my health insurance if I have been in a car wreck?
- I was in a car accident but my friend was driving. I don't think I should make a claim against my friend. What should I do?
- Additional car accident FAQs
A sample of our car wreck and motorcycle wreck injury case results
- Motorcycle Passengers Severely Injured in Head-On Collision with Police Officer Receive $1.5 MIllion after Mediation
- $600,000 Settlement for Car Accident Victim Who Had to Undergo Neck/Cervical Fusion Surgery Which Resulted in Substantial Lost Income and Earning Capacity
Keep in mind, ever case is different, so the case results mentioned above cannot be guaranteed, even if your case sounds similar to one of the cases above. You also need to know that when you pursue a personal injury claim, it will likely be an uphill battle. The insurance companies will often make the process as difficult as possible because their goal is to reduce or deny any liability for the car accident.
This is why having an experienced, well-respected Virginia car accident lawyer is absolutely critical. Car accident insurance adjusters know when they are dealing with an attorney who is just looking for a quick settlement. You don't want that kind of lawyer.
For the sake of your case, you should look for an experienced attorney who is actually willing to take your case all the way to trial. In many instances, if you hire a lawyer who has a reputation for actually litigating cases in front of juries, the insurance companies will be more eager to settle.
Below are links to articles discussing the types of auto-related accidents and injuries our firm routinely handles
- Uninsured motorist claims
- Drunk driving wrecks
- Rental car collisions
- Pedestrian/crosswalk accidents
- Hit and run accidents
- Spinal cord injuries, including quadraplegia and paraplegia
- Traumatic brain injury, closed head injury, concussions
- Broken bones and fractures
- Back injuries, including herniated discs
- Neck injuries, including ruptured discs
- Shoulder injuries
- Knee injuries
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Burn injuries
- Amputation injury