- Auto Accidents
Auto accidents have the potential to negatively impact your job, your family, your health and your quality of life. Even an apparently minor traffic accident may result in serious injuries. If you have been hurt because someone was negligent, you are entitled to compensation for your injuries, including pain and suffering, past and future medical bills, and lost income. We are experienced at successfully representing clients injured in auto accidents throughout Virginia.
- Products Liability
You reasonably assume the products you use will not harm you. When this assumption proves to be false and a product does injure you, you may have a right to compensation. We can help you seek the compensation to which the law entitles you.
- Premises Liability
Commercial and residential property owners and managers have a responsibility to keep their homes, stores and general grounds in good repair — or to give advance warning to visitors if there are known hazards to be avoided. When they fail to do so and you suffer harm as a result, you have the right to seek compensation. We can advise you on remedies available to you under Virginia premises liability laws.
Planning the distribution of your estate ahead of time will provide you and your loved ones with piece of mind. Taking the time to have a properly executed will prepared or having your existing will updated will ensure that your property is distributed the way that you prefer. Let us help you create a will.
- Probate & Estate Administration
If you have recently lost a loved one, you’ve no doubt heard the word probate used in relation to your loved one’s estate. Probate can refer to the court process of validating a will so an executor can implement the decedent’s wishes, or the oversight the court provides for an estate administrator who settles an intestate estate. Whether a will exists or not, the process of settling an estate can be complex, so the person who assumes those duties needs the advice of a knowledgeable probate lawyer. We can guide you through the complex process quickly and efficiently, so you maximize the value of the estate for your loved one’s heirs.
- Powers of Attorney
Sudden illness or injury can leave anyone totally incapacitated. Or, the infirmities of age can compromise an older adult’s ability to fully function independently. Under such circumstances, concerned loved ones may feel compelled to act, but may lack the legal authority to do so. This can delay essential care, threatening your loved one’s health and welfare when he or she is most vulnerable. To protect your loved ones, you need clear legal authority to make decisions if they are unable to do so.