Prince William County Injury Attorneys
Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation & Social Security Disability
If you were injured due to the negligence of another, or if you suffered a serious or even disabling injury on the job, you could be entitled to financial compensation—and Reinhardt | Harper | Davis can help. With over 100 years of combined experience, our Prince William County injury attorneys have an extensive track record of success in helping the injured and the families of those wrongfully killed in Manassas, Dumfries, Haymarket, Occoquan, Quantico, and the surrounding areas.
Since our founding in 1980, our firm has earned a reputation for being one of Virginia’s leading personal injury, workers’ compensation, and Social Security disability law firms. Our fellow attorneys often reach out to us with these types of cases, as they know that we have the resources, experience, and skills to effectively handle even the most complex of claims. In fact, Reinhardt | Harper | Davis is known for successfully handling the four largest workers’ compensation cases in Virginia.
Whether you have been injured in a serious car accident, slipped and fell due to dangerous property conditions, or were otherwise harmed by someone else’s negligent, reckless, or wrongful conduct, reach out to our Prince William County personal injury lawyers today to learn how we can help.
Call (804) 294-2966 or contact us online for a free consultation. There are no fees for you unless/until we recover compensation on your behalf.
What Is the Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Cases in Virginia?
All states have deadlines for filing personal injury lawsuits, and Virginia is no exception. Known as the “statute of limitations,” the deadline for filing a personal injury lawsuit in Virginia is typically two years from the date of the accident or injury. In some cases when the injury is not immediately discoverable, the “clock” doesn’t begin running until the date on which the injury was discovered (or could have been discovered based on the available information).
There are various exceptions to the two-year statute of limitations. For example, different procedural rules apply in claims against government entities, including various timelines for notifying the government of your intent to file a claim. In any case, it is wise to reach out to an experienced attorney sooner rather than later. When you contact our team at Reinhardt | Harper | Davis, we will immediately begin reviewing the factors involved and can start an investigation into what happened, who is liable, and which types of damages you may be entitled to receive.
Damages in Virginia Personal Injury Cases
The main purpose of filing a personal injury claim is to recover monetary compensation for losses, or “damages,” you have suffered as a result of the incident or injury.
These damages can be economic or non-economic, and may include:
- Emergency medical care costs
- Medical treatments
- Prescription medications
- Medical devices and equipment
- Physical therapy and rehabilitation
- Future medical care
- Lost income, wages, and benefits
- Loss of expected future earnings
- Lost or diminished earning ability
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress and anguish
- Lost quality/enjoyment of life
- Costs associated with at-home assistance or care
In rare cases, it may even be possible to recover punitive (or “exemplary”) damages. Unlike the compensatory damages outlined above, punitive damages do not necessarily compensate victims for specific losses. Instead, they are meant to punish the defendant for acts of gross negligence, malicious acts, or willful/wanton misconduct.
At Reinhardt | Harper | Davis, our Prince William County personal injury lawyers help their clients seek the full and fair amount they are owed. We recognize the immense impact a serious injury has on your life, as well as the lives of your loved ones. Our goal is to help you not only obtain the justice you deserve but also the monetary resources you need to get critical medical care, manage everyday expenses while out of work, and get back on your feet.
How Our Team Can Help After a Serious Injury
If you were recently injured in a devastating accident, diagnosed with an occupational disease, or suffered a disability due to a work-related incident, our team is here to help. At Reinhardt | Harper | Davis, we provide highly personalized legal representation to individuals and families throughout Prince William County. Our attorneys are prepared to handle every legal detail of your case, from investigating the cause of your accident to determining the liable party to gathering evidence and preparing a case aimed at maximizing your recovery. We handle everything so that you can focus on what matters most: healing.
Our firm was built on a foundation of honesty, integrity, communication, and trust. We strive to be as accessible as possible to our clients and even answer calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are always here for you when you need us and are happy to answer any questions you may have throughout the legal process.
Whether you need help filing a personal injury lawsuit, appealing a denied workers’ compensation claim, or seeking Social Security disability benefits, turn to the team at Reinhardt | Harper | Davis. We offer our legal services on a contingency fee basis, meaning you do not owe any upfront or out-of-pocket attorney fees or litigation-related costs. Instead, we only collect attorney fees when we recover compensation for you.
Learn more during a free initial consultation; call (804) 294-2966 or contact us online today. Hablamos español.