Danville Car Accident Lawyers On Your Side
If you or someone you love was seriously injured in a car accident that was caused by someone else, the burden of lost wages, medical bills and future rehabilitation expenses should not fall to you. At the law firm of Haymore & Holland P.C. in Danville, Virginia, we help our clients recover the maximum amount possible.
Personal injury claims are increasingly complex, often involving multiple insurance providers and an unbelievable amount of paperwork regarding the accident investigation and the medical treatment necessary for all victims involved.
Attorneys Greg Haymore and Mark Holland have more than 50 combined years of experience protecting the rights of accident victims and advocating on their behalf against the large, deep-pocketed legal teams hired by insurance providers. We know the tactics these companies employ as they attempt to avoid fully compensating accident victims. We provide thorough reports describing exactly how we land at the amount we are seeking on our clients’ behalf.
For a free consultation regarding your car accident, please call us in Danville at 434-688-4895 or complete our contact form. We are local attorneys representing injury victims throughout the Dan River Region, including but not limited to Pittsylvania, Halifax, Franklin and Henry counties.
We Handle All Types Of Car Accident Cases
Our attorneys handle the following types of car accidents:
- Rear-end collisions
- Head-on collisions
- T-bone collisions
- Multiple car accidents
- Intersection accidents
- Distracted driving
- Out-of-state accidents
We represent individuals in all types of motor vehicle accidents, including motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, drunk driver accidents, injured passengers, bicycle accidents and pedestrian accidents.
We Have A Long Record Of Success
In our years of legal practices, we have successfully represented tens of thousands of clients throughout the Dan River Region. We specialize in helping our clients collect the full amount they are owed in the aftermath of serious injuries. We have shown over the years that we are willing to go to trial if a fair settlement cannot be reached through negotiations. This helps us resolve many cases without the need for extended litigation.
Understanding Contributory Negligence In Virginia
Virginia’s contributory negligence law requires that an accident victims prove that they did not contribute in any way to the cause of an accident. If it can be proven that someone was even 1% at fault, that individual cannot recover any money in a personal injury lawsuit. For this reason, it is crucial that you retain the services of a highly skilled car accident attorney who will protect your interests in a personal injury lawsuit.