Virginia residents who have suffered catastrophic injuries as the result of another party’s negligence may be facing financial ruin. A brain injury may require ongoing medical care and often results in mounting medical expenses. Depending on the severity of the injury, a victim may be unable to pursue recovery of damages without the assistance of an experienced attorney to protect his or her interests.
Regardless of whether your severe injury was the result of an automobile accident, negligent maintenance of another party’s premises or dangerous and defective products, you are entitled to file a personal injury claim in a civil court. However, gathering evidence to prove negligence may be difficult to accomplish while incapacitated. The support of a professional person to negotiate with insurance companies or even take the claim to court may be invaluable.
Many injuries have life-changing consequences, and it is not uncommon for victims to be left with permanent disabilities and associated medical expenses. You may be unable to return to work and earn a regular income. Litigation may prove to be the best way to obtain full and fair compensation of past and future expenses, along with other damages such as pain and suffering, emotional hardship and the loss of life enjoyment.
In addition to helping those with life-altering injuries such as brain injury, our services may also benefit you if you have lost a loved one in any type of accident that involved another party’s negligence. The untimely death of a loved one could be devastating and leave the surviving family in a dire financial situation. By visiting our Virginia personal injury website, you may obtain more information about how we endeavor to obtain a monetary judgment that will cover medical and end-of-life expenses, along with additional damages allowed by state laws.