Be Informed: Find the Best Virginia Personal Injury Attorney for Your Virginia Car Case
Vaden Warren is a Charlottesville personal injury lawyer with the Warren Firm. While we are located in Charlottesville, we represent people all across Virginia. The Warren Firm only represents people injured in car accidents, the families of wrongful death victims, and other serious injury cases.
This site was created to provide information on different issues you may face in your case. Some of the most frequent information potential clients are looking for can be found here:
For fourteen years, Vaden Warren has represented individuals in the claims and suits that are defended by large insurance companies. He has been recognized by his peers by appearing in the last 3 editions of Super Lawyers and has been on the Board of Governors for the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association for the past 7 years.
The best way to avoid being taken advantage of is to be informed. The Warren Firm has designed this site to give you the information that you need. We will even be glad to send you a copy of our free book "A Crash Course in Virginia Automobile Injury Cases". Just fill in the contact box on the right and we will have it in the mail to you the next day.
KNOWING WHAT TO DO NEXT
If you have been hurt in a car accident or other type of accident, or you have lost a loved one because of someone else's carelessness, you are probably experiencing a host of emotions: fear, frustration, and confusion, to name a few. Many people do not know what to do. My suggestion to you is to learn as much as you can about Virginia car accident cases as you can. Do this before you hire an attorney or talk to an insurance company.
You can order a copy of our FREE book "A Crash Course in Virginia Automobile Injury Cases." We will mail it out within one business day of your request. You do not have to speak with anyone to order the book or feel any pressure to sign a retainer agreement; you can do it right here online. Once you have read this short but informative book, you will better understand:
1. How to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney in Virginia
This part of the book will help you decide if you need to hire a personal injury attorney or if you can handle your case on your own. If you need an attorney, the book will then help you find an attorney that is qualified to handle your case.
2. Your Personal Injury Case
This section outlines what you must prove to be successful in making a recovery for your case. It provides information about who is at fault and what the law allows you to recover for your injuries.
3. How NOT to Harm Your Injury Case
The last section of the book provides information about what to avoid doing as your injury case progresses, particularly when it comes to dealing with the insurance company. You must understand early on that no matter what the insurance adjuster tells you, they are NOT looking out for your best interest. They are looking out for their own financial interests.
INSURANCE COMPANY TACTICS
Make no mistake about it, an insurance company has one goal: to pay as little as possible for your claim. They are in business to increase profits and want to pay as little as possible in order to accomplish this goal. Insurance companies will give you many reasons as to why they cannot pay you or why they are offering you a very small settlement. They are ready with a repertoire of excuses or "explanations" to give you concerning why your case is small and insignificant.
Bottom Line: ORDER THE BOOK BEFORE TALKING WITH AN INSURANCE ADJUSTOR!
HIRING A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY
If you need an attorney, do not just hire the firm with the largest yellow page ad or commercial that you like the best on television. Make sure you have an understanding of what type of attorney will do a good job for you on your case.
Insurance companies and their lawyers know which Charlottesville personal injury attorneys take cases to trial and which ones will settle because they do not like going to trial. Make sure you choose the right lawyer for you Virginia personal injury case.