Virginia Personal Injury
Virginia has laws protecting injured victims from financial loss when negligence or wrongdoing cause them harm. Virginia personal injury lawyers should be consulted to provide advice and information to those who are seeking to obtain compensation. Contact MartinWren, P.C. as soon as possible after suffering an injury in Virginia.
Virginia Personal Injury Lawyers at MartinWren, P.C. – Protecting Your Rights at Home
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that motor vehicle collisions resulted in $863 million in annual losses in the state of Virginia in 2005. Losses include medical expenditures, missed work time, and decreased quality of life.
Motor vehicle accidents are just one type of incident that give rise to Virginia personal injury claims. Any time a victim is harmed by negligence, carelessness or a failure to fulfill any legal obligation, the victim may pursue a damage claim. Surviving family members of victims may also take legal action to obtain compensation in a wrongful death claim.
Other incidents that can result in a personal injury case in Virginia include:
- Dog bites
- Drowning accidents
- Defective products
- Dangerous drugs
- Defective medical devices
- Negligent maintenance of property
- Negligent security
- Negligent supervision
- Medical malpractice
MartinWren, P.C. has represented clients suffering losses from these and other causes throughout Virginia. Past cases have resulted in settlements totaling more than half-a-million dollars for dangerous conditions at a hotel, as well as nearly half-a-million dollars for an injury caused by defective installation of a propane appliance.
Every case is different, but you need a local attorney familiar with the court system and known by insurers as a tough advocate for clients. Virginia personal injury lawyers at MartinWren, P.C. can provide the representation you need.
About Our Home: Virginia
Virginia is divided into 95 counties and 38 independent cities, which are considered equivalent to counties in terms of governance. There are a total of 11 recognized metropolitan areas in Virginia, including Hampton Roads, Northern Virginia and Richmond-Petersburg, which are the locations with the largest populations. Fairfax County is the most populated county in the state of Virginia, and more than one million residents live in the county.
Virginia has the highest concentration of technology workers of any state in the U.S., and has the highest defense spending of any state. Unemployment rates are among the lowest in the nation, and there are more than 4.1 million civilian workers in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Visitors are frequently drawn to Virginia to attend the Virginia State fair, the six-day Apple Blossom Festival, and the Virginia Film Festival. Virginia also has a large college population with 176 different colleges and universities in the state, including highly ranked institutions such as Virginia Tech and William and Mary.
Despite its large population, Virginia is only the 26th healthiest state in the U.S. and ranks 21st in terms of premature deaths.
When deaths or illnesses are caused by injury, both residents of Virginia as well as tourists and students temporarily in Virginia need to ensure they speak with Virginia personal injury lawyers. Recovering from an injury can be costly, and there are different processes for obtaining compensation depending upon whether you were hurt at work or whether you suffered an injury outside of your job due to negligence.
MartinWren, P.C.: Representing Central Virginia
MartinWren, P.C. is an AV-rated law firm representing clients throughout the Central Virginia region, including cities located along Route 81 corridor. With decades of collective experience, our Virginia personal injury lawyers are ready to represent you. Call today to schedule a free consultation and learn more.