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Halifax County Car, Motorcycle, and Truck Crash Lawyer Herbert E. Maxey, Jr.

If you were hurt or if a loved one was killed in a Halifax County auto, motorcycle, or truck crash, you have valuable rights. Your rights, however, are not absolute. That is why you need an aggressive, savvy, and compassionate personal injury attorney to fight to protect your rights.

Many attorneys will promote their practice by claiming that they have excelled in obtaining substantial monetary settlements for their injured clients, few, if any, possess 40 years of experience, coupled with a level of advocacy and professionalism that has earned them the coveted AV-rating from Martindale-Hubbell® like Herbert E. Maxey, Jr. Esq. You and family can rely on Attorney Maxey’s four decades of experience along with the care, compassion, and determination with which he and his team vigorously pursue justice for clients of Herbert E. Maxey, Jr., P.C.

Call Attorney Maxey and his staff today at 434-969-4873 to take the initial step toward recovered financial compensation for losses you suffered at the hands of a careless or reckless Halifax County driver.

With so many attorneys out there, why should I choose Attorney Maxey for my Halifax County traffic accident?

There are many attorneys in practice in Virginia and determining which lawyer will suit your needs can be a daunting task until you meet attorney Herbert E. Maxey, Jr. who handles personal injury cases in Halifax County. Attorney Maxey has 40 years of experience in protecting the rights of people injured in Halifax County auto accidents, truck crashes, and motorcycle wrecks. The depth and breadth of Attorney Maxey’s knowledge cannot compare to that of most lawyers who claim to be personal injury attorneys in Virginia.

Attorney Maxey zealously advocates for every client to win them the monetary compensation they deserve for their injuries. Attorney Maxey’s clients have recovered damages for losses such as:

  • Medical bills and expenses,
  • Anticipated future medical costs,
  • Lost wages,
  • Loss of financial opportunity, including lost opportunities for raises, sales commissions, and increased salary due to promotion,
  • Costs incidental to seeking medical care such as travel expenses and prescription costs,
  • Physical pain,
  • Loss of use of body part or limb,
  • Emotional pain and suffering,
  • Damages for the wrongful or accidental death of a loved one.

How much can I get in a settlement?

Quite rightly, every injured person wants to know the answer to the question as soon as they first meet with a personal injury lawyer who handles cases in Halifax County. The answer depends on a thorough analysis of the facts and circumstances of your claim.

It is vital to note that each case is different, in the same way that all people are different. While T-bone car crashes, for example, typically occur in a similar manner, the results can be completely different. Consider that a T-bone motorcycle accident could end in a fatality while one auto colliding with another might be fatal, but it could also cause serious injuries. Furthermore, a truck slamming into a car in a T-bone accident could be fatal or cause catastrophic injuries such as an amputation if the car rolls.

Another factor that contributes to the value of your claim is whether you added to the accident in some way. The law in Virginia of contributory negligence holds that you cannot recover any damages unless the other person was 100% at fault. Auto insurers in Virginia use this favorable law as a potential threat to negotiate lower settlements or force cases to trial because the insurer will have no financial liability if the claimant was even merely 1% at fault for the crash.

How can I get help for my Halifax County traffic accident today?

You can start by calling Herbert E. Maxey, Jr., P.C. at 434-969-4873. We will schedule a convenient time for you to meet with us. You should also feel free to use our Live Chat app on our website to address any concerns you have immediately. Remember that time is your foe; therefore you should act today to preserve your rights.

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