The laws in Virginia governing how car accidents should be handled can be confusing for anyone who has never pursued a personal injury case before. It is understandable for you to wonder if you can recover compensation for injuries or whether you should hire a lawyer.
To help answer these important questions, Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers has prepared an eBook that covers the important facts about dealing with a car accident in Virginia. This eBook is a free resource available to you right away.
The eBook takes a careful look at the most common types of car accidents. Every crash is different, and there are countless factors that could cause each type of accident.
Car accidents are typically categorized by the area of the vehicle where the impact occurs. For example, a head-on collision involves a car that is damaged on the front of the vehicle. Other common types of accidents include:
There are many different factors that can lead to a car accident in Virginia. In fact, multiple factors could combine to cause a dangerous crash. This eBook lays out many of the common causes of motor vehicle collisions in Virginia.
most car accidents occur due to human error. Drivers make mistakes behind the wheel regularly, and these mistakes often lead to collisions. Speeding, aggressive driving, failing to yield, and/or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs are some common examples.
occur through no fault of the drivers involved in the crash. These accidents could result from defective motor vehicle parts or dangerous road conditions. Unexpected severe weather is also a common cause of car accidents.
There are no limitations on the types of injuries that could occur in a car crash. These injuries are often severe, given the force that two colliding motor vehicles can generate. Common injuries can range from mundane cuts and bruises to life-threatening trauma. Some common examples include:
Car accident injury victims have many options when it comes to hiring an attorney in Virginia. While no attorney can promise a favorable outcome in a car wreck case, our team, who has decades of experience with car accident claims, will bring important insight to a case.
Most car accident lawyers work on a contingency basis. This means that they will only take their legal fees as a percentage of the injury victim’s compensation. If they are unable to recover monetary damages on behalf of their client, the client does not owe them anything for attorney’s fees.
This eBook provides the answers you are looking for in the aftermath of a car accident. From common injuries to how accidents happen, this eBook explains it all.
If you have unanswered questions regarding your rights following a car crash, our eBook has many of the answers. Download The Best Book about Virginia Car Accidents & Injuries right away.