If a Virginia automobile accident has completely interrupted your normal life, you are like many clients who stay awake at night wondering:
- Who will pay my medical bills?
- How can I recover my lost wages from work?
- Who must pay for the repairs to my car?
- Can I receive fair settlement for my injuries?
Our Virginia personal injury lawyers are committed to helping car accident victims recover the best possible settlement and to help bring their life, as close as possible, to normal. We limit the number of cases that are accepted because we want to give every client full attention and the representation that they deserve.
Dealing with Insurance Companies
We strongly advise that you do not speak to an insurance adjusted about your accident until you speak with an experienced Virginia car accident lawyer. Insurance adjusters are trained to get you to say things that will ruin your case and often even try to convince you that hiring a lawyer is not in your best interest. We recommend that you get help in dealing with adjusters to avoid wrecking your own case.
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Virginia Car Accident Cases We Handle
Our attorneys represent injured victims involved in various types of Virginia car accident cases.
- Drunk & Distracted Driving Accident
- Truck Accident
- Pedestrian & Bicycle Accident
- Injuries caused by Vehicle Defects
- Motorcycle Accident
WATCH OUT for Hidden Deadlines!
Many accident victims that have taken a “wait and see” approach to find out the hard way that there are STRICT time limitations for bringing a Virginia car accident injury claim. As time goes by and their injuries have not gotten any better, victims then seek help for chronic pain or mounting hospital or medical bills. If you wait too long, the door to justice is closed forever.
In Virginia, You typically must file a lawsuit with the court within two years of the date of the accident. If the injured person is a child or a person with a mental disability, this period can often be extended beyond two years.
- traumatic brain injuries
- spinal cord injuries
- broken bones
- back, neck or shoulder injuries
No Attorney’s Fees Unless We Win Or Settle Your Case
The Law Offices of Richard J. Serpe, PC handles personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means you don’t owe us any attorney’s fees unless we win or settle your case.
We encourage you to contact us to discuss your case and we will explain to you how we can help relieve your stress and bring your life, as close as possible, to normal. Our accident lawyers are available to handle car, truck, motorcycle, pedestrian and other accident cases in Virginia.