Rear-End Accidents

Car crashes, even simple fender benders, can have damaging effects. The damage to your car is much more simpler to deal with than the injuries that you have sustained. In order to get the financial compensation that you need to help you with your injuries, you need strong legal counsel. At Cyrus, Adkins & Walker, Attorneys at Law , we will help you overcome the legal hurdles you are facing by providing advocacy and support.

Serving clients in West Virginia, Cyrus, Adkins & Walker, Attorneys at Law is a well-recognized personal injury law firm. We treat our clients with respect and stand up for them throughout all steps of the legal process. Our Huntington lawyers cast a wide net, making certain to hold all parties accountable.

Rear-End Accidents In West Virginia: No Fault Laws

Rear-end accidents are often caused by inattentive drivers and drivers who follow other vehicles too closely, or even drunk drivers. While these accidents may not cause catastrophic injuries, they can cause other serious injuries such as whiplash and soft tissue injuries.

In West Virginia, "no fault" laws do not exist. This means that in a rear-end accident, fault needs to be proven. Our attorneys are experienced at dealing with the legal issues involving car accidents and in dealing with a broad range of accident injuries. We will find out how the injury occurred and determine what legal strategies we can pursue to maximize your recovery for your claim.

For quality representation for motor vehicle accidents, contact the experienced team at Cyrus, Adkins & Walker, Attorneys at Law to schedule a free initial consultation. We can be reached by phone at 304-521-1582 or 888-594-7284. You can also contact us by email.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:Do I have to pay for hiring experts, depositions, and other expenses of getting my case to trial?

A:At Cyrus & Adkins, we will advance all costs necessary for the development and presentation of your case. In the event of a successful recovery, whether by settlement or verdict, these necessary costs and expenses are reimbursable to our firm.

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