Personal Injury FAQ
Yes. Personal injury can result in wrongful death and both must prove negligence.
If your injury is the fault of someone other than your employer — such as a machinery manufacturer or someone who has a different employer than you — damages may be available to you in addition to workers compensation.
In general, you must file within two years of the date the accident occurred. Sooner is better.
Gardner, Barrow & Sharpe P.C. operates on a contingency basis for all personal injury cases, including medical malpractice. This means you have no up-front payment and our fees come out of your successful settlement or jury verdict.
Your personal injury claim can seek compensation for pain and suffering, medical expenses, property damages and lost wages or other economic losses. You must prove negligence to a jury or settle with the other party to receive compensation.
Gardner, Barrow & Sharpe P.C. is always prepared for trial, although we frequently settle cases through the alternative dispute resolution process. Our attorneys are comfortable in the courtroom. Other attorneys know we are ready and willing to take our cases to court, which often leads our clients to better settlements.
You should expect to testify.
Community ties. Personal attention. Responsive service. We promptly return your phone calls and patiently explain the legal process and what you can expect. Your Virginia injury attorney personally handles your case and keeps you informed regarding how your case is progressing.