VIRGINIA HIGHWAY ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS
WE’RE LOCALS WHO GENUINELY CARE ABOUT OUR CLIENTS
Huffman & Huffman offers reliable and compassionate legal counsel to locals who have been in all sorts of car accidents, including those that occurred on busy highways and freeways around Virginia. We have worked with many clients who were commuting to work or coming home from a long day on the job when a reckless driver crashed right into them. If this happened to you, or a similar situation unfolded while driving on a highway at high speeds, then you should get us on your side right away. It is our mission to secure the most compensation possible for you while you rest and recover.
Let us know if you got into an accident on one of these Virginia highways and freeways:
- Route 60
- Route 258
- Route 17
- Route 58
- And more
To discuss your case with our team, click here to request a FREE consultation.
Highway Speeds Cause Catastrophic Injuries
When we get a call from a client who was in a highway accident, we know that we could be dealing with a case that involves serious injuries. Traveling at highway speeds – which is typically 55 miles per hour and faster – inherently increases the risk of a catastrophic injury occurring in a crash. For this reason, many people who are in highway accidents need immediate medical attention, hospitalization, and continued rehabilitative care.
Catastrophic injuries suffered in highway accidents often include:
Did you lose a loved one in a highway accident? You can lean on our attorneys during this difficult time, too. We can manage a wrongful death claim that seeks fair compensation and justice for your lost loved one. While we work diligently, you can grieve with your family.
What to Do After a Highway Accident
Highway accidents place drivers in particularly precarious situations when compared to the average car accident. With so much fast-moving traffic around, it can be extremely dangerous to even exit your car after you are hit on the highway or freeway. You need to be cautious and mindful of your surroundings to proceed safely.
After a highway accident, you should:
- Move your vehicle to a safe location that is well away from moving traffic. Shoulders are better than the middle of the highway, but using an exit is even safer.
- Only exit your vehicle when it is safe to do so. Check multiple times for oncoming traffic before proceeding.
- Stand as far away from the highway as you can without putting yourself in more danger. Oftentimes, the most dangerous place after a highway accident is within one of the damaged vehicles.
- Call 911, even if no one is injured. Highway patrol officers are required to control traffic and help prevent subsequent accidents.
Make the Call Today for Serious Legal Help
Allow our Virginia highway accident attorneys to help you with your case today. With more than 150 years of collective legal experience, our team is poised to do the most for you like few other law firms ever could. We do not slow down until a case concludes. Plus, we don’t charge you unless we win, thanks to our fair contingency agreements.
Call (757) 599-6050 now to learn more about our legal services and your options. Consultations are always free.