If you've been injured in an accident, auto, truck, or motorcycle, we can help you obtain damages for medical bills and property damage as well as pain and suffering and loss of current or future wages. Don't fall victim to low-ball early settlement offers - we can ensure that you get the compensation that you truly deserve.
Common causes of negligent auto accidents range from distracted driving (cell phones, changing radio stations, eating, in-car distractions) to careless driving (speeding, sleepiness, rubbernecking) to complete negligence (drunk driving, drug use, ignoring road signs). Frequent injuries sustained from auto accidents include:
If you've been involved in a truck accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Common causes include drowsy driving, unsafe driving, alcohol/drug impairment, distraction, lack of training, and equipment malfunction. Compensation can be derived from a wide range of negligent sources:
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There are many motorcycle accident causes that you may be able to seek compensation for, including failure to yield, failure to recognize a motorcycle, tailgating, road defects, and equipment defects. Injuries due to these types of negligence can often be more severe than car accidents due to the increased exposure a motorcycle affords. We can help you obtain monetary compensation for:
Our skilled attorney can help you seek compensation from insurance companies relating to uninsured or underinsured claims. Due to Virginia's lax insurance requirements, you may find yourself facing large accident expenses that another vehicle owner's insurance does not cover. We can fight on your behalf to force the insurance company to honor your claim up to the policy limits.
Driving impairment is consider a DUI when your blood alcohol content is 0.08 percent or higher, enabling you to face serious criminal penalties and fines. Even if your BAC is lower than 0.08 percent, a DUI may still be considered if your ability to operate a vehicle is significantly impaired. Driving under the influence of drugs is also considered a DUI.
One of the most hazardous driving behaviors is texting while driving (illegal in Virginia as of 2013) because it exhibits all three types of distraction: visual, manual and cognitive. Other types of reckless driving include:
- Aggressive driving
- Impaired driving
- Red light running
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord injuries
- Loss of limbs
- Broken bones
- Internal injuries
- Whiplash/soft tissue damage
- Skin abrasion (road rash)
It is important to note that riders must be equipped with the proper safety gear in order to receive compensation; if victims are found even 1% negligent, their claim will be denied.
- Truck driver
- Truck owner
- Driver employer
- Truck/truck part manufacturer
- Company who loaded the truck
- Company who performed truck
- Head and brain injuries
- Neck injuries
- Spinal injuries
- Broken bones
- Internal injuries
- Facial scarring
- Knee injuries
- Psychological trauma
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