Our Virginia Personal Injury
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At Breit Biniazan, we have witnessed the devastating consequences of negligence – from quadriplegia to chronic pain to wrongful death. That’s why, unlike other law firms in Virginia Beach, Richmond, Arlington, Washington DC and Portsmouth, we limit our caseload to provide each client with the attention they deserve. This individualized approach also increases the likelihood that we’ll secure the settlements our clients deserve.
If you or a loved one have suffered a personal injury, call Breit Biniazan at (855) 212-8200.
We can lighten your burden by recovering the maximum compensation you are owed. What’s more – we don’t ask for a single cent until we win your case.
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Fierce Representation for Your Personal Injury Case
in Virginia Beach, Richmond & Portsmouth
In a flash, an accident can rob you of your livelihood and happiness. If another person is to blame, hire Breit Biniazan to fight back. Our Virginia law firm represents clients who have claims involving the following:
Mass Tort and Class Action Litigation
Filing a Virginia Personal Injury Claim: What You Need to Know
At Breit Biniazan, our Virginia personal injury lawyers are here to make your voice heard. When you hire us, we’ll work tirelessly to build a compelling case that maximizes recoveries.
Defining Virginia Personal Injury Cases
When one person suffers harm because of another person’s negligence, the responsible party may be legally liable for damages. In a personal injury lawsuit, the injured party can demand compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and more.
To receive recoveries, the plaintiff must prove that:
- The other party was negligent
- This negligence caused the respective injury
- The injury resulted in damages or losses
Breit Biniazan’s team of Virginia personal injury lawyers can offer a free case evaluation to determine the viability of your lawsuit. From there, our firm will gather evidence and research to prove negligence.
Determining the Statute of Limitations for Virginia Personal Injury Cases
In the state of Virginia, plaintiffs must file a personal injury claim within a specific timeframe. This is called the statute of limitations.
For personal injury cases, a claim must be submitted within two years from the date of the injury. There are some exceptions, however. For example, if you developed a heart condition because of on-the-job chemical exposure, you have two years from the date you learned your illness resulted from your job to file a claim.
If you’re worried that you waited too long to recover damages, a personal injury lawyer can help you determine what legal options are available to you.
Calculating Damages for Virginia Personal Injury Cases
At Breit Biniazan, we understand that no amount of money will justify the physical and emotional trauma you have endured. A financial settlement also won’t bring back a deceased loved one. However, compensation can help your family move forward.
When you meet with an experienced personal injury attorney in Virginia, they’ll assign a monetary value to your personal injury damages. This dollar amount considers factors including:
- Medical expenses: Total cost of your medical treatment, including projections for future medical bills
- Loss of income: Sum of wages lost because of the accident as well as the loss of future earnings
- Pain and suffering: Subjective, non-monetary losses related to a decrease in quality of life
Calculating economic and non-economic damages can be overwhelming, especially in the wake of a traumatic accident.
Let our expert personal injury lawyers in Virginia do the legwork for you, securing a settlement that will better your family’s future. Give Breit Biniazan a call at (855) 212-8200 to schedule your free case evaluation.
Paying for a Virginia Personal Injury Lawyer
A catastrophic injury often spells financial ruin. Unable to work, many people rely on credit cards and high-interest loans to feed their children and pay mounting medical bills. Fortunately, when you hire Breit Biniazan’s legal team, there are no upfront fees. In fact, you don’t pay a penny unless we win your case. If we don’t win, you owe us nothing.
Rather than charging hourly, Breit Biniazan’s lawyers charge a contingency fee. A contingency fee is an agreed-upon amount, usually 33⅓% of your settlement amount. You may also pay additional charges, such as administrative fees and court costs. These expenses will be itemized and deducted from your settlement total.
Choosing a Virginia Personal Injury Law Firm
Hire a Dedicated Virginia Personal Injury Lawyer
Every day, the lawyers at Breit Biniazan relentlessly pursue retribution. We’ve helped a mother demand compensation after a careless doctor caused a life-altering injury. We’ve helped a worker recover damages after being hurt on the job. We’ve helped an innocent motorist sue a trucking company that blatantly ignored federal regulations.
Time and time again, we’ve held negligent parties responsible for their actions by adopting an aggressive approach. This approach gives us the upper hand at the negotiating table, but also prepares us to dominate in the courtroom when push comes to shove.
Are you ready for retribution? Call Breit Biniazan today at (855) 212-8200 for a free, confidential case evaluation.
We have offices in Richmond, Virginia Beach, and Portsmouth, Virginia.
Contact us online or by phone at (855) 212-8200 to schedule a free consultation at either our Virginia Beach or Richmond personal injury law firm.
Breit Biniazan’s Personal Injury Attorneys
Michael D. Collett
Attorney at Law
Scott M. Perry
Attorney at Law
Billie Hobbs Leeth
Attorney at Law
Lauren A. Martin
Attorney at Law
Sarah G. Sauble
Attorney at Law
Virginia Personal Injury Lawsuit FAQs
Is it worth hiring a personal injury attorney?
Yes. A personal injury attorney can build a compelling case, ensuring that you receive the financial compensation you deserve. Dedicated to righting senseless wrongs, Breit Binaizan’s team of expert attorneys has secured hundreds of millions of dollars for clients.
How much do clients pay their attorneys for personal injury cases if they lose?
Some law firms charge clients even if they don’t win their case. But when you work with Breit Biniazan, you don’t pay a cent until we obtain a settlement on your behalf.
How long does a personal injury lawsuit take?
Most personal injury lawsuits take one to three years. However, this timeline will vary depending on the complexity of your case and the law office you hire. It also depends on if the case goes to court. If your attorney can reach a fair and just settlement outside of court, you can expect to receive compensation sooner.
Do I need a personal injury lawyer?
Though you can file a personal injury claim in Virginia without an attorney, this isn’t recommended. Since a personal injury attorney is trained in catastrophic injury and wrongful death litigation, they can increase your chances of recovering damages.
What kind of cases do personal injury lawyers handle?
Personal injury lawyers handle a variety of cases, from drunk driving to burn injuries. At Breit Biniazan, we handle intricate lawsuits that other law firms shy away from. Some of the common cases we tackle include commercial vehicle accidents, premises liability, sexual assault, nursing home abuse, spinal cord injuries, wrongful death cases, and more.