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Virginia Personal Injury Attorneys

Pursuing Justice for the Wrongfully Injured in Annandale

While accidents are inevitable, no one deserves to pay the price for someone else’s carelessness. If you were harmed by negligence in Virginia, you deserve experienced representation to pursue the justice and fair compensation you deserve. At Rowe, Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC, our personal injury lawyers have extensive experience representing the wrongfully injured in Annandale and beyond. 

From motor vehicle collisions to delivery truck accidents, our firm understands the frustration and fear of sustaining an unexpected injury, especially when it comes to navigating the fallout on your physical, emotional, and financial health. That's where our passionate attorneys come in. As top-rated litigators, our team has over 100 years of combined experience to demand the justice you deserve while aggressively protecting your rights.

If you were injured by someone else's negligence, our firm can fight for the fair compensation you deserve. Call (301) 450-5742 to schedule a free consultation.

Types of Personal Injury Lawsuits We Handle

With a proven track record of exceptional results, our seasoned advocates have an in-depth knowledge of Virginia law to represent clients in a variety of cases. Common personal injury claims we handle include: 

  • Car Accidents: Car accidents are a common cause of severe injuries for motor vehicle operators. Our lawyers can evaluate your case to identify all liable parties and fight to recover maximum compensation on your behalf.   
  • Truck Accidents: Commercial truck accidents can lead to severe injuries and even fatalities on the road. If you were harmed in a truck accident, our top-rated litigators can aggressively protect your rights and demand compensation.
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  • Dog Bites: Dog bites can happen without warning, resulting in severe injuries for neighbors, pedestrians, and other parties. If you’re the victim of an animal attack, our team can work tirelessly to hold the owner accountable. 
  • Medical Malpractice: From birth injuries to surgical errors, our attorneys fight to hold healthcare providers accountable for medical malpractice. Our firm can help you pursue justice by working to hold negligent parties responsible for the harm they've inflicted. 
  • FedEx Accidents: With online ordering on the rise, FedEx accidents are all too common. Our attorneys can fortify your case with relevant evidence to hold delivery drivers and other FedEx personnel responsible for damages.   
  • Motorcycle Accidents: Motorcycle accidents are extremely dangerous for riders due to their exposure to the elements, the road, and other motor vehicles. If you sustained a wrongful injury, we can relentlessly pursue justice on your behalf, allowing you to focus on healing from your injuries.
  • Wrongful Death Claims: Our firm understands the immense grief, anger, and pain that families face when an accident results in a fatality. We’re dedicated to providing compassionate counsel to clients after losing a loved one to negligence, ensuring responsible parties are held accountable for the pain they’ve caused. 

Proving Liability in Virginia Personal Injury Claims

Because the plaintiff bears the burden of proof in a personal injury case, it’s crucial to seek sound counsel from a qualified attorney as soon as possible after a wrongful injury. With over a century of combined experience, our award-winning lawyers can help fortify your claim with compelling evidence to establish liability, ensuring negligent parties are held responsible for their actions.

To successfully establish negligence in a personal injury lawsuit, the injured party must establish four critical elements: 

  1. Duty of Care: You must show the defendant owed you a duty of care. For example, if you were injured because a fellow driver ran a red light, you may argue that the other motorist had a duty to obey traffic regulations and exercise reasonable caution on the road. 
  2. Breach of Duty: You must prove that the defendant breached their duty of care by acting negligently or recklessly, leading to your injuries.
  3. Damages: You must show that the defendant’s actions resulted in compensatory injuries (“damages”) to you. Without damages, you lack the legal grounds to file a claim, as there would be no awards to provide in the lawsuit. 
  4. Proximate Cause: Proving causation is often the most challenging part of proving liability. Our attorneys can assist you by thoroughly investigating your case and gathering relevant evidence to establish the defendant’s negligence as the “proximate cause” of your injuries.

What Is the Standard of Proof in Personal Injury Law?

In personal injury cases, the burden of proof rests with the plaintiff. This means that, as the injured party, you are responsible for establishing that the negligent party directly caused your injuries. To accomplish this, it's essential to understand the standard of proof.

Under personal injury law, the standard of proof requires the plaintiff to establish the defendant’s negligence “by a preponderance of the evidence”—a legal concept meaning “more likely than not.” In other words, you must show that the negligent party is “more likely than not” responsible for damages.   

Seeking Compensation in Personal Injury Cases

Depending on the circumstances of your personal injury case, you may be entitled to recover various damages for financial and non-financial losses. There are various types of recoverable damages, including: 

  • Economic Damages: These damages are awarded to plaintiffs to cover financial losses that can be quantified into monetary amounts, such as lost wages, property damage, medical expenses, and loss of earning capacity. 
  • Non-Economic Damages: These damages are awarded for non-financial losses to the plaintiff, such as loss of enjoyment of life, scarring and disfigurement, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of consortium. 
  • Punitive Damages: These damages are awarded in rare cases that involve extreme malice, recklessness, or negligence. Unlike the above damages, punitive damages are awarded to punish the defendant rather than compensate the victim for direct losses. 

Why Choose Rowe, Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC?

At Rowe, Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC, our personal injury attorneys are committed to delivering the effective representation you deserve after a wrongful injury. Our litigators go above and beyond to meet the unique needs of every client we serve. When you partner with us, you can trust our firm to make your personal goals our own, keeping you up-to-date with sound counsel to help you make fully informed decisions. With a longstanding reputation for winning multimillion-dollar cases, turn to our experienced lawyers to advocate for the maximum compensation you deserve. 

If you were wrongfully injured in Virginia, call (301) 450-5742 to schedule a free consultation with our skilled advocates. Pay nothing unless we win!

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