How Do I Find a Personal Injury Lawyer In Virginia?

There are many resources that a person injured in an accident could use when looking for a Virginia personal injury attorney. Many times, an injured person talks to friends,  family or coworkers they know who have been previously injured in an accident. They can refer them to the attorney they used if they were satisfied with the representation. This is called a personal referral. Also, there are radio, TV, and internet advertisements for law firms in Maryland, DC, and Virginia.  

In addition, an injured person can use Internet based research tools to obtain reviews and contact information for attorneys that they would like to speak with. There are specialists in different types of areas of personal injury law and attorneys have different types of personalities and ways they approach cases.

At our firm, we offer a variety of personal injury services throughout Maryland, DC, and Virginia. We have attorneys who have all different levels of experience with these claims and handle a variety of different claims including automobile accidents, medical malpractice, premises liability, and other at fault injury accidents.

What Is The Value of Online Reviews When Looking For An Injury Lawyer?

I would encourage anyone  injured in an automobile accident or premises liability matter to read the reviews, consider them, and then contact the attorney’s office directly to find out more information from the attorneys themselves.

Positive reviews on the Internet are surely helpful in evaluating potential personal injury attorneys but it should not be relied upon solely as the sole means of research to find a potential personal injury attorney. Internet reviews can be anonymous, which can be both positive and negative. A review will not have the same level of detail that speaking with an attorney will have. So while attorney reviews may serve as a nice complement to do further Internet research or personal referrals, they are not a substitute for speaking with the attorney you’re thinking of working with.

Do I Need to Find a Lawyer Who Practices in Virginia?

When dealing with either Internet research, personal referral research, or simple law firm research, it is important to ask a firm if they have attorneys that practice in Virginia. Some firms may advertise in Virginia but not have offices or attorneys here. They may located with other local counsel should the case require litigation.

Our firm has attorneys for Maryland, DC, and Virginia jurisdictions. The advantage is we have litigated these cases before in local courts, we understand the local rules, and we are comfortable handling your case from start to finish to the help you achieve the best possible outcome.