Respected Alexandria Personal Injury Lawyers Helping You Obtain Compensation
The individual attention you need when dealing with a serious injury or the death of a loved one
Personal injury cases cover a variety of situations from automobile accidents, slip and falls, to product liabilities. Personal injuries themselves can manifest in broken bones, soft tissue injuries, brain injuries, and even death. Claims of personal injury are not planned; they come out of nowhere, seriously affecting lives, and are often overwhelming. That’s where CurcioBergeron comes in to help. With over 70 years of experience behind us, we are here to fight for your personal injury rights.
Our singular focus is helping injured Virginians
CurcioBergeron exclusively represents plaintiffs — those who have been seriously injured due to someone’s carelessness or whose loved ones have died a wrongful death. We are here to help those who have been hurt and are expected to suddenly put their lives back together while fending off insurance adjusters, medical bills, and property damage bills.
In a personal injury case, such as an auto accident, the plaintiff is legally entitled to be compensated for any costs incurred, past and future. These include medical expenses and lost wages related to an accident, injury or illness caused by another party. This can be difficult to prove to the insurance companies and can be very difficult to orchestrate while trying to recuperate. In catastrophic cases, such as traumatic brain injury, legal self-help is impossible.
While you focus on recovering, CurcioBergeron will handle all of the heavy lifting. As each situation and circumstance is different, CurcioBergeron will work with you explaining every step of the way. Remember, no attorney fees will be paid until we finalize your claim, whether through negotiations, settlement, or trial. For additional information, see our FAQ page.
Consult a dedicate, experienced personal injury attorney in Alexandria, VA
In Virginia, most accident claims are subject to a two-year statute of limitations. This means that within two years of the date of the accident, the claim must be either settled or a lawsuit must be filed or the claim will be forever time-barred. That does not mean you should rush to settle your claim with the insurance company. Consult an experienced attorney today who can give you the guidance you need to navigate the common pitfalls insurance companies create. Call CurcioBergeron at 703-666-8858 or contact our Alexandria office online.