Charlottesville, VA Auto Accident Lawyers

Charlottesville, VA Auto Accident LawyersOur Charlottesville, VA Auto Accident Lawyers from Martin Wren, P.C. are seasoned in handling personal injury accidents. We have represented many clients, probably very similar to yourself, who have suffered injury and financial loss because of an accident. Even the best of drivers who prioritize safety can still get into a serious wreck if another driver was out on the road being reckless. Anyone who was hurt after being in a car accident is strongly advised to speak with a lawyer as soon as possible about their eligibility for monetary compensation.

As your lawyer may tell you, having witnesses who support your side of the story can be influential to the outcome of your case. Of course, you are the primary witness in the accident, however, an insurance company or jury may see you as biased because you are the party seeking financial restitution. Here we talk further about the three kinds of witnesses who can be useful in a car accident case:

Witnesses for the Wreck

Those who saw the accident as it happened can confirm the other driver’s recklessness. Bystanders, pedestrians, or passengers in your car can be helpful witnesses. Friends and family can attest to how you’ve suffered since the accident, but neutral third parties who have no personal gain in your case can be persuasive in convincing a jury or insurance company that you should be fairly compensated.

Expert Witnesses

The kind of expert witness you may need to retain will be based on what your disputes are with the insurance company. For instance, if the company claims that your own actions caused the wreck, you may have to speak with a reconstruction expert to show how the other driver was the negligent person. Other expert witnesses your Charlottesville Auto Accident Lawyers in Virginia may suggest having include economic experts, medical professionals, occupational experts, and engineers.

Witnesses to Your Injuries

If an insurance company is trying to minimize the severity of your physical injuries that were from the accident, your co-workers, family, friends, and significant others can be useful people to serve as witnesses. They can testify for your injuries, how you were adversely impacted on a daily basis, and your inability or challenges getting back into work after the accident. Furthermore, they can also attest to the emotional trauma you went through, and how the entire ordeal has added mental anguish to your life.

Call Martin Wren, P.C.

Dealing with an accident can be stressful enough, so let us handle the legal side of things so you can focus on recovery. Call our Auto Accident Lawyers in Charlottesville, Virginia from Martin Wren, P.C. today for legal counsel you can depend on.

Contact Our Virginia Lawyers

We serve clients throughout Virginia — from Charlottesville and Central Virginia to metropolitan Richmond; Harrisonburg and the Shenandoah Valley to Roanoke; and the cities of Hampton Roads to the Northern Virginia cities of  Fairfax, Alexandria and Arlington.

To speak with one of our attorneys, please call us at (434) 817-3100.

Our Virginia personal injury lawyers at MartinWren, P.C. also have a statewide practice and offer free consultations at a time and location that is convenient for you.  We will gladly meet with you at your home or at the hospital, even on nights and weekends.

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