What just happened? How bad is this? Will I ever recover? What do I do now?
These and other questions will race through your mind if a negligent or reckless driver crashes into and injures you on I-664, Holland Road, Pruden Boulevard, North Main Street or elsewhere in Suffolk.
My fellow Virginia personal injury law firm attorneys and I won’t be able to answer every question immediately, but we will welcome the opportunity to assist you with holding the at-fault driver accountable for settling insurance claims. If the accident turns out to be a hit-and-run, we can help you with that, too.
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The most valuable service we provide boils down to always fighting to achieve the best possible outcomes for our clients. No matter what an insurance company insists in its TV ads, the claims adjuster is never on your side and you are not in good hands when you rely on the insurer to dictate the terms of an injury settlement.
Plus, who even wants to deal with claims calls, emails and paperwork while healing physically, emotionally and financially from a wreck caused by some else? As your attorney, its our job to respond to requests for documentation, obtain and interpret police reports and negotiate—in constant consultation with you—a fair settlement that is adequate to cover past and future crash-related expenses.
We have the knowledge, resources and experience to arrange for independent investigations and analyses of evidence, and we know the ins and out of navigating Suffolk courts. We have also cultivated a network of economic, forensic and medical experts who can offer valuable input on the causes and consequences of injuries from traffic accidents.
Check out a number of our successful Virginia car crash and truck accident cases. Know that we maintain an office in Suffolk at 434 North Main Street, and understand that we offer free consultations to all potential clients. When our Virginia Beach car accident attorneys take a case, we do so on a contingency basis, meaning we only take fees if you receive a settlement or win a court case.
You do not need to find answers on your own following a Suffolk wreck. Allow us to guide and assist you as you return to normal life and encounter insurance and legal issues.