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Being involved in a car accident is one of the most traumatic experiences a person can withstand. Not only do victims need to seek medical attention, but they may also need to seek compensation through the legal system for their medical expenses, pain, and suffering. Westlake Legal Group is committed to helping car accident victims successfully litigate their cases and recover the damages they’re owed.
If you’ve suffered a car accident, don’t hesitate to reach out to the knowledgeable attorneys at Westlake Legal Group. Our team will act as your ally every step of the way, pursuing your best interests at every opportunity. Contact our team to set up your initial consultation today!
Car accidents can occur for numerous reasons, many of which can be attributed to someone else’s negligence. The most common causes include:
If you feel the car accident in which you’ve been involved is a direct result of driver negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact your car accident attorney to understand what options may be available to you.
If you’ve been involved in a car accident, chances are you’ve sustained a personal injury. The following are just some of the most common injuries associated with car accident cases:
Be sure to carefully document all medical attention you receive for your injuries, as this will help you to recover damages during your case.
Distractions such as talking, texting, reading, or reaching for an object caused 80% of all crashes recorded in the state of Virginia in 2019. Also, during 2019, 139 people died walking or cycling on Virginia roadways.
There are several statutes of limitations that may apply to car accident cases in Virginia. For lawsuits involving car accident injuries, plaintiffs have two years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit. If the lawsuit is for property damage, the case must be filed within five years. Finally, if the car accident caused wrongful death, the surviving eligible family members have two years from the day the victim died to file a lawsuit. If the victim of the car accident is a minor, the statute of limitation does not begin to run until the victim reaches the age of 18.
According to Virginia’s “contributory negligence” rule, if you have been found to have played any role — however small — in causing the accident, you are not eligible to recover damages. This impacts how insurance claims adjusters make settlement decisions and whether Westlake Legal Group will recommend you bringing suit.
If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident in Northern Virginia, don’t hesitate to contact Westlake Legal Group for the representation you deserve. Our team has helped countless car accident victims recover the damages they’re owed. Whether you’ve suffered a personal injury, property damage, or wrongful death, our team is here to help.
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