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Virginia Beach Personal Injury Lawyer

Suffering injuries in an accident is a difficult, potentially life-changing, experience. When someone else is responsible for your losses, however, it can feel even more demoralizing. A personal injury lawyer in Virginia Beach can help. 

Your damages following an accident can include those of the financial, physical, and emotional variety. Filing a claim can help you receive a financial settlement, but going through the process alone can seem overwhelming. 

At Halperin Law Center, we combine years of trial experience with the empathy and compassion you expect of lawyers who care about achieving meaningful results for their clients. Injured in an accident? Let a Virginia Beach personal injury lawyer with Halperin Law Center review your case for free. 

Types of Personal Injury Cases

A personal injury dispute can arise as the result of any accident, incident, or non-action that leads to the injuries and losses to the plaintiff in the case. 

One of the key components in any personal injury dispute revolves around the issue of negligence. In order to file a successful personal injury claim in Virginia, it’s necessary to prove the responsible party in your accident had a legal responsibility for your safety, and acted negligently by breaking it and causing your suffering. 

Proving negligence can be difficult even for people with formal legal training, which is why consulting an attorney with experience in personal injury litigation is crucial if you are going to maximize the value of your personal injury settlement offer. 

At Halperin Law Center, we’re ready and willing to put our decades of combined experience in personal injury matters to your benefit for the following types of cases (and more):

  • Car, truck, and motorcycle accident claims
  • Bicycle accident claims
  • Pedestrian accident claims
  • Construction accident claims
  • Medical malpractice claims
  • Defective product claims
  • Slip-and-fall claims
  • Workplace injury claims
  • Nursing home abuse claims
  • And others

What Kinds of Damages Go Into a Personal Injury Settlement?

When you file a personal injury claim against the liable party and their insurance company, you do so with the expectation a financial settlement can be won that compensates you for your economic and non-economic damages related to the accident or incident. 

Some examples of economic damages can include: 

  • Medical bills
  • Ambulance fees
  • Lost income from missed work
  • Loss of future earning capacity
  • Property damages

On the other hand, non-economic damages refer to those losses that are not easily calculated, but still impact your quality of life or happiness in less quantifiable ways. Examples include:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional trauma 
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Loss of consortium 
  • And many others

When to File Your Virginia Personal Injury Claim

One thing to keep in mind before filing your personal injury claim in Virginia is the state statute of limitations generally expires two years from the date of your accident. 

Filing a claim after this deadline has passed can put your ability to recover a financial settlement at risk. 

If you’re worried about the impact of the statute of limitations on your case, don’t hesitate to contact a personal injury lawyer from Halperin Law Center today to get your claim started as soon as possible. 

Reach Out to a Personal Injury Lawyer in Virginia Beach

When it comes to financial recovery following your accident, don’t let the statute of limitations expire on your potential settlement. A Virginia Beach personal injury lawyer from Halperin Law Center is here to help you recover the maximum settlement possible. 

Call 804-527-0100 or fill out the form below to get started with a free, no-hassle consultation with Halperin Law Center today.