Motor Vehicle Crash



Orthopedic Injuries, Motor Vehicle Crash



Motor Vehicle Crash



Motor Vehicle Crash



Medical Malpractice

Front Royal sees many accidents happen during the typical month, with people struck by motor vehicles, falling in stores, or being bitten by dogs. These accidents leave victims with difficult injuries which take time to heal. In extreme cases, the injuries are so serious that they leave permanent disfigurement and disabilities.

Call Correll Law Firm if you were injured in any type of accident in Front Royal, Virginia. Our law firm has sought financial compensation on behalf of many victims. The process is confusing and full of hidden pitfalls. Accident victims who try to negotiate settlements without a lawyer often end up frustrated with the process and, importantly, do not receive fair compensation. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with our Front Royal personal injury lawyer.

Our Front Royal Personal Injury Experience

Our firm can assist anyone harmed by:

  • Auto accidents
  • Trucking accidents
  • Cycling accidents
  • Molestation and sexual assault
  • Premises liability accidents
  • Slip and fall or trip and fall
  • Defective products
  • Dog attacks
  • Medical malpractice
  • Defamation
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Wrongful death

Regardless of exactly how the accident unfolded, contact us today. We can jump in and review whether you have a strong claim.

What You Need to Prove to Receive a Settlement

Personal injury cases are not simple. Accident victims and their lawyers must prove critical facts, such as:.

1.       Fault. We need to show that someone is responsible for your accident. Another legal term for fault is “liability.” For example, a negligent driver who is texting and driving is probably at fault for rear-ending you. A property owner who fails to fix a defect is likely liable for your slip and fall. Unsurprisingly, many defendants deny they are responsible in any shape or form, so we need evidence to make our case.

2.       Damages. You need to establish how much the accident has cost you. This means preserving medical records and other information. Our goal in a personal injury case is to receive the maximum financial compensation for our clients.

3.       Lack of contributory negligence. The defendant might claim you are partially to blame for the accident. If true, then Virginia law will prevent you from receiving any money. When an accusation of contributory negligence is raised, we can’t just sit back. We need to prove you were not responsible for your injuries.

Negotiating a settlement takes work and legal knowledge. Correll Law Firm has sat across from many insurance companies to negotiate for our clients. Our Front Royal personal injury lawyer is also familiar with courtrooms and can litigate your claim before a judge or jury, if necessary.

Our Record of Success

Our firm credits our success at obtaining settlements and jury verdicts to our detailed understanding of Virginia personal injury law. Look at some of the case results for our firm. We bring the same dedication to all our clients.

If you hire us, we can:

  • Provide an overview of the personal injury claims process;
  • Identify important pieces of evidence for your claim;
  • Answer questions and address your concerns;
  • Investigate an accident to uncover useful information;
  • Use our skill to assign a dollar value to your injuries and claim;
  • Demand compensation from the defendant;
  • Negotiate or litigate your case to a satisfactory result.

Understanding Personal Injury Compensation

The compensation we request will depend on the type of accident which injured you. A car wreck is a useful example. In that type of accident, we can request damages for:

  • Medical care for your injuries;
  • Ongoing medical needs or expenses for a disability;
  • Lost income and loss of future income;
  • Pain and suffering, emotional distress, and other losses of that sort;
  • Property damage.

If the defendant intentionally injured you, we might seek punitive damages as a form of punishment. Virginia allows us to seek them when the defendant acted with malice or their conduct was willful and wanton. Virginia law does limit the amount you can receive in punitive damages.

Each case is different. In a free consultation, we can review how much compensation you might receive. We can also discuss any limitations, such as the defendant’s lack of insurance.

Contact a Front Royal Personal Injury Lawyer

Accidents send many people and their families into a tailspin. In the following weeks and months, you could spend all your time going from doctor appointment to appointment and trying to manage pain. You need the services of an experienced personal injury attorney. Contact Correll Law Firm today by calling 540-535-2005. We have an impressive roster of satisfied clients and are eager to see if we can help you.


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