To begin with the most basic point, virtually every state, including Virginia (VA) and her surrounding states, requires a parent, guardian or a person who can claim next-of-kin status to serve as the representative of a minor child named as the plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit filed in court. That adult representative is responsible for proving necessary evidence of the child's catastrophic injury or proof that the child suffered a wrongful death.
Three of the attorneys with our Virginia-based personal injury law firm have more than 100 years of combined experience helping parents and guardians collect and present the evidence necessary to receive a favorable settlement or verdict in personal injury and wrongful death actions involving child victims of others' negligence. These lawyers have worked with multiple orthopedic surgeons, plastic surgeons, pediatricians, nurses, physical therapists, and other medical care providers to present the appropriate evidence of catastrophic or serious injuries.
If your precious little one has been hurt in a car or truck accident, harmed by medical malpractice, hurt by a dangerous drug or defective product or, worst of all, killed due to a company's or person's carelessness, please contacting us to discuss how you can receive justice and reimbursement for medical treatments and pain and suffering.
We cannot take every client, but our case results demonstrate that we always strive to do our best for our parents and children:
- Serious Auto Accident Causes Death of Infant
- Boy's Brain Injury From Drunk Driving Accident Results in Settlement
- Rear-end Car Accident Injury -- Beat Insurance Company's Best Offer
- $2.3 Million Jury Verdict for Child Birth Injury