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Virginia Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer

Experienced Virginia Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer Fighting for Compensation for Motor Vehicle Accident Victims In Virginia Beach, Chesterfield County, Henrico County, and Throughout VA

Virginia Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer

Hundreds of thousands of people are injured in road accidents throughout the country every year. Thousands die every year as a result of the injuries sustained in these accidents. Many motor vehicle accident victims suffer injuries that put them out of work for a while. Some are even unable to return to work. If you’re a victim of a motor vehicle accident that was caused by the reckless or negligent actions of another party, you have the right to seek compensation. Virginia motor vehicle accident lawyer Drew Page can help you seek compensation by filing a motor vehicle accident claim. 

Attorney Drew Page has seen the devastating impact of motor vehicle accidents on victims and their loved ones. It is for this reason that he is committed to fighting for maximum compensation for victims of motor vehicle accidents. He offers free case evaluation to help victims understand their rights and options. He has successfully represented victims of motor vehicle accidents and recovered millions in compensation on their behalf. 

Contact us today to schedule your free strategy session and learn how Attorney Drew Page can help. 

Types of Motor Vehicle Accidents that Experienced Virginia Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer Drew Page can Help You With 

Attorney Drew Page has extensive experience assisting and fighting on behalf of motor vehicle accident victims in Virginia. He has successfully fought to recover compensation for victims in motor vehicle accidents involving: 

  • Car accidents
  • Bicycle Accident
  • Boating accidents 
  • Pedestrian accidents 
  • Uber accidents 
  • Taxi accidents 
  • Lyft accidents 
  • Truck accidents
  • Drunk driving accidents 
  • Bus accidents 
  • Motorcycle accidents 
  • Distracted driving accidents 
  • Tire blowout accidents 
  • Multiple vehicle accidents 
  • Commercial vehicle accidents and much more. 

Whatever type of accident you have been involved in, you can be sure that Attorney Drew Page will fight to recover the compensation that is rightly yours. Attorney Drew Page also represents families of the individuals that have been killed in car accidents. He will guide you through this trying time. He will fight to recover financial compensation and hold those responsible for your loss accountable. 

Contact Attorney Drew Page to book your free strategy session and begin the journey to recovering compensation and healing. 

Common Causes of Motor Vehicle Accidents in Virginia 

Virginia is an ‘at fault’ state. This means that the party that caused the accident will be held financially liable for damages resulting from the accident. It is therefore important to determine what caused the injury and who is at fault. Some of the most common causes for motor vehicle accidents in Virginia include: 

Speeding 

This is one of the most common causes of accidents in Virginia. It accounts for a third of the fatalities that occur as a result of motor vehicle accidents in the state. Accidents occur as it is more difficult to react to danger or to control a vehicle when driving at high speed.

Distracted driving 

This is becoming an increasingly common cause of motor vehicle accidents. It accounts for about 20 percent of the accidents that occur in Virginia every year. Distracted driving is often the result of drivers talking or texting on their phones, drivers watching their entertainment systems, eating while driving, and many other distracting behaviors. Distracted driving reduces the reaction time of the driver. Drivers may not have enough time to react or not react at all. 

Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol 

Driving while impaired is reckless and dangerous. Drugs and alcohol impede a driver’s senses and reasoning. Drivers under the influence of drugs or alcohol are unable to react in time or react at all in the face of hazardous conditions. 

Aggressive driving

Driving aggressively is dangerous and reckless. It may involve driving too close to the vehicle in front of you, changing lanes without warning, and much more. Aggressive driving can result in an accident. 

Driving when excessively tired 

This is especially common amongst drivers of commercial vehicles. These drivers may be required by their employers to drive for many hours in order to beat deadlines. This can result in drivers falling asleep behind the wheel. Drowsy or overtired drivers have slowed reflexes. They are unable to avoid dangerous conditions when faced with them. 

Contact Us and Schedule a Free Strategy Session with an Experienced Virginia Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer 

If you have been the victim of a car accident, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries and damages from the at-fault party. Contact us and book an appointment for a free strategy session with an experienced Virginia motor vehicle accident lawyer. Attorney Drew Page will be happy to evaluate your case. Our no-obligation consultation provides you with the opportunity to determine whether you have a valid claim and the best way to approach the claim.

Contact us today and find out how Attorney Drew Page can help. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Motor Vehicle Accident Cases in Virginia 

Are car accidents different from motor vehicle accidents? 

Yes. While the terms motor vehicle accidents and car accidents are often used interchangeably, they are in fact representative of two distinct types of personal injury claims. Car accidents are accidents involving four-wheeled passenger vehicles. Motor vehicle accidents on the other hand encompass all and any vehicles on the road. These include anything from a single-wheel device to heavy commercial vehicles. Motor accidents also include accidents involving pedestrians who were not in a vehicle at the time of the accident.

Do I have to prove negligence to get compensation for an accident that I did not cause?

Virginia applies ‘at fault’ laws for insurance. This means that the party that caused the accident will be held financially responsible for damages resulting from the accident. Proving fault is therefore critical for recovering compensation in an accident that you did not cause. 

An experienced Virginia motor vehicle accident lawyer will help you prove negligence and fault. They will build a strong case on your behalf and help ensure that you recover maximum compensation for your injuries and other damages.  

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