A Crash Course in Virginia Automobile Injury Cases
If you are reading this book, you probably fall into one of two categories:
those who have recently been injured in an automobile accident, or those
who know and care about someone who was. This book was written especially
for you. However, for those readers fortunate enough to have avoided an
accident thus far, this book is also addressed to you. Having spent my
entire career devoted to personal injury law, I have come to realize that
information is a powerful sword. Being informed could mean the difference
between a six figure settlement, and no case at all.
Automobile accidents do not discriminate. Informed or not, you are equally
likely to be injured in a collision. However, taking the time to understand
your options either before or after an accident has occurred could dramatically
affect your future circumstances in a positive way. This book will provide
you with the information you need to best navigate through your circumstances
towards recovery. Please understand that nothing in this book is intended
as legal advice. Legal advice can and will only be given to you by the
attorney you have hired. This book is also not intended to be a "do
it yourself" book," to handle your case on your own.
This book will provide you with the information on two important topics.
First, you will learn how to evaluate your need to hire a Virginia automobile
accident attorney and when and how to do so should you decide that an
attorney is needed. Additionally, you will gain important insight into
the insurance business. This information is critical to the success of
Remember, not all attorneys are suited to handle your injury case. You
must put some effort into who you hire. You want a knowledgeable attorney
willing to go into battle on your behalf, and a battle is exactly what
your case against the insurance company is going to look like. You should
not believe that the insurance companies are looking out for your best
interests. A good attorney, however, will provide you with the information
and confidence needed to make an educated decision.