Have you been in a car accident in Leesburg and you’re beginning to worry about how to get your medical bills paid for? How to get reimbursed for your lost wages? Maybe the insurance company is giving you the run around when you’re just trying to get your car fixed and you’re wondering whether it’ll get worse when you tell them you went to the hospital.
If you’ve got questions about your Leesburg auto accident, you’re in the right place. We are Virginia trial lawyers who only represent injured individuals against insurance companies and their negligent drivers. We don’t write wills. We don’t draft contracts. All we do is work on behalf of injured people to get them the compensation they are entitled to under the law after an accident. We are proud that our clients continually refer their friends and family to our firm to allow us to limit our practice to this very small area of the law.
Our lawyers will take the time to sit down with you and review the facts of the accident, talk about your discussions with the insurance company, and listen to the course of your medical treatment. We’ll analyze the case from a liability standpoint and let you know what problems we think might come up during the course of your case – and we’ll make a plan to avoid them. Our attorneys will then go over with you what insurance coverage you have and what you might be able to do to get some of your medical bills paid right now.
Finally, when it comes time to discuss the settlement of your case, our attorneys will give you an evaluation of what we think the case would be worth at trial before a jury or a Judge in Loudoun. Your lawyers will negotiate the case with the insurance company. Unlike some firms, your case will never be negotiated by a paralegal or legal assistant.
If we are unable to reach a settlement, our attorneys will file your personal injury lawsuit in Loudoun. Unlike some “personal injury mills,” we do not have to “farm the case out” when it comes time to trial. David Marks is an experienced trial lawyer who has what it takes to see your case through to the end.