Helping Personal Injury Clients in Newport News and Hampton
The Virginia Peninsula is an important part of Hampton Roads. There are 182,000 residents in Newport News and 135,000 plus people in Hampton. Accessing the Southside from the Peninsula can be a nightmare given that the links across Hampton Roads are both bridge-tunnels that become congested at peak times. Our attorneys can meet personal injury clients in Newport News and Hampton.
Recently, Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers opened two new client meeting locations in Newport News and Hampton to make it easier for people who are hurt to see us.
We know the difficulties faced by personal injury clients in Newport News and Hampton. The last thing people who are hurt in a car accident want to do it to wait in traffic on the I-64 Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel.
Attorney Griff O’Hanlon talks about the new Hampton meeting location
Although traffic is often lighter on the I-664 Monitor Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel, it’s a notorious place for accidents. To get to our main office in Norfolk via the MMMBT you will also have to use either the Downtown or Midtown tunnels and face more waits and tolls.
For some time Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers has met personal injury clients in Newport News and Hampton. However, we opened improved meeting locations in these cities this year.
Where Can Personal Injury Clients in Newport News and Hampton Meet Us?
The new Newport News location is at.
13195 Warwick Blvd, Ste 2-B1
Newport News, Virginia 23602
The new Hampton location is at.
50 W Queens Way, Ste 100
Hampton, Virginia 23669
Please call ahead to make an appointment before meeting one of our injury lawyers in Hampton or Newport News.
Every year, Cooper Hurley represents scores of clients who live on the Virginia Peninsula. Many of them have been injured in car, truck or motorcycle accidents. However, we also help people who get hurt at a business or an industry, pedestrians, and cyclists and those harmed by dangerous drugs.
What Are the Most Dangerous Roads in Newport News and Hampton?
Some of the most hazardous highways in Hampton Roads are on the Virginia Peninsula. One study listed the intersection of Big Bethel Road and Hampton Roads Center Parkway in Hampton as being one of the worst in the state of Virginia.
We have represented clients who have been badly injured by commercial vehicles on I-64 and I-664. Other dangerous places include Jefferson Avenue and Warwick Boulevard in Newport News, fast-moving urban highways that see many accidents involving pedestrians. Mercury Boulevard that spans both cities is another dangerous highway. The densely-populated nature of the Virginia Peninsula, as well as the presence of heavy industry such as Newport News Shipbuilding, is often a recipe for gridlock.
Every year, we see injuries in wrecks caused by drunk drivers in Newport News. We see crashes in Hampton caused by red light runners, intoxicated drivers and distracted drivers.
While Newport News and Hampton are the biggest cities on the Virginia Peninsula, we also help clients from York County, Poquoson, James City County and Williamsburg. Clients can easily access our Hampton and Newport News locations from these cities.
Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers helps people who are hurt in accidents. Our attorneys meet personal injury clients in Newport News and Hampton frequently. If you can’t make it to our client meeting locations, we can visit you at your home or your hospital bed. Call us for a free and confidential consultation at (757) 455-0077.