• AUTO AND SKATEBOARDER COLLISION
it is extremely important to get an experienced injury attorney involved as soon as possible in order to preserve evidence.
• DUI – FOURTEEN MILLION DOLLAR VERDICT
A jury in Florida awarded a family 14 million dollars in a DUI crash case that killed two minors.
• EASTERN SHORE TRAVELERS
Eastern Shore residents live on a north/south corridor where many travelers do not bother to slow for towns. Serious injuries from auto accident are the result.
• EYES WIDE OPEN, MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS
Personal injury lawyers know that motorcycle riders must always be on the lookout.
• FOUR MILLION DOLLAR VERDICT
Four million dollar verdict, fatal crash, wrongful death. Police officer crashes into student’s car. Automobile accident fatality. Experienced lawyers at Wilson & Hajek help injury victims and families.
• OLD TIRES CAN BE DANGEROUS
Virginia law requires annual vehicle inspections, including the tread wear on your tires. However, it does not include an inspection to determine the age of your tires.
• PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS ON THE RISE
Cases of pedestrians getting struck by vehicles seems to be on the increase in the Charlottesville, VA area.
• TECHNOLOGY TO STOP DRUNK DRIVING
There is current technology that could be adapted to prevent a driver from being able to start their car or truck. The following information and discussion about uses is provided by the law firm of Wilson & Hajek, offices Virginia Beach and Charlottesville, VA.
• TEENAGE TEXTING AND DRIVING
According to the Washington Post, teenage deaths from car accidents increased in the first half of 2011.
• TRACTOR TRAILER COLLISION
Tractor-trailer crash involving six vehicles results in settlement. Experienced personal injury lawyers at Wilson & Hajek can assist you in car wreck cases involving tractor-trailers, trucks and other equipment.
• VICTIMS OF DRUNK DRIVING
When you or a loved one is the victim of a drunk or drugged driver you need an aggressive lawyer to make them pay for what they have done to you.
• VIRGINIA AUTO ACCIDENT STATISTICS
In 2006, 36% of the fatalities in the State of Virginia were alcohol related.
• VIRGINIA LAW REGARDING NEGLIGENCE/FAULT
Under Virginia Law a person injured in an auto, truck or other types of accidents must prove negligence/fault.