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Other Personal Injury Cases

Slip and fall accidents, premises liability cases and more. Contact us. We can help.

Personal injury cases in Virginia cover a broad range, from slip and fall accidents to accidents involving dangerous or defective products. Any accident may result in a serious injury or a death. Your world can be turned upside down in an instant. That's why it's always important to contact a lawyer as soon as possible if you or a loved one has been injured in an accident caused by the negligent or reckless behavior of another person or corporation. You may have grounds for legal action.

We know how to handle many different types of cases. Attorney William P. Davis has been practicing law in Virginia since 1999. Fellow lawyers George "Tripp" Hunt and David B. Hart have spent decades working on personal injury cases throughout the state. There's no substitute for hard work.

Established in 1891, the Law Firm of Davis, Davis, Davis & Davis, PC, has long history of helping families in Virginia get the compensation they deserve to cover the true cost of their accident.
DISCLAIMER: The settlements and verdicts listed here represent a sampling of the case results pursued and won by Davis, Davis, Davis & Davis, PC. Please note that every case is different and these verdicts and settlements, while accurate, do not represent what we may obtain for you in your case. Nor does it mean that we win all of our cases - we don't.

Some of our recent larger case results include a $1.25 million verdict and $450,000 settlement for injury victims. Case results matter - and so do you.

What are other common personal injury cases in Virginia?

We are versatile attorneys who handle many different types of injury and wrongful death cases. The following are a few of the common cases we have handled at our firm:

Don't wait to take legal action. Contact us as soon as possible after your accident and discover what we can do for you. Remember, you didn't do anything wrong. You shouldn't have to pay for someone else's mistakes.

Slip and fall accidents

While an insurance company might downplay the impact, a slip and fall can cause catastrophic injuries, from a shattered pelvis to a spinal cord injury to traumatic brain injury. Slip and fall accidents happen for many reasons. Some of the most common causes of slip and fall accidents in Virginia include:

  • Wet or slippery floors
  • Uneven surfaces
  • Dangerous stairs
  • Icy sidewalks
  • Poor lighting or visibility
  • Safety code violations

Weather conditions often play a significant factor. But negligence by business owners, managers, employees, property owners, homeowners and landlords also plays a role in many cases. People should be able to walk in a restaurant or shopping mall and not have to worry about slipping and falling and sustaining a serious injury.

The following are just a few common locations in Virginia where these accidents might occur:

  • Supermarkets
  • Parking lots
  • Sidewalks
  • Shopping malls
  • Schools
  • Department stores

If you've been injured in a slip and fall accident, contact us immediately. We can work with you and help you get the compensation you deserve. We know how to investigate such accidents and know how to find the facts you need to build a strong case.

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Premises Liability Accidents

Slip and fall accidents are perhaps the best-known type of premises liability claims, but this area of personal injury law covers a wide range. You may have a premises liability claim if you are assaulted by someone in a parking lot or if you are injured by a falling piece of merchandise at a department store. Laws exist to protect people from negligent behavior by property owners. These laws are grouped together under an area known as "premises liability" law.

Property owners and building managers have an obligation to keep their premises safe. That means keeping their property free of defects and hazards that could harm people. As a result, commercial property owners must conduct regular safety inspections, make repairs when necessary and post warning signs about potential hazards.

Generally, the following factors must be present to prove a premises liability case:

  • The party responsible for the property created the condition.
  • The condition was known but no steps were taken to correct it.
  • Enough time had gone by for the responsible party to become aware of the condition that it should have been corrected.

When property owners fail to take proper steps to ensure safety, they put everyone at risk of a serious injury. If you or a loved one sustained a serious injury one someone else's property, contact us. One of our experienced Virginia premises liability attorneys can help you hold the property owner responsible for your accident.

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Product Liability Accidents

Corporations have a responsibility to create products that are safe and don't cause serious harm. That's why a wide range of products must undergo rigorous testing before they can be marketed and sold to the public.

Unfortunately, some manufacturers cut corners and fail to rigorously test their products. As a result, many dangerous products are sold, which cause serious injuries or even fatalities. When that happens, those companies need to be held liable for their products.

Other entities may be liable if a product causes injury or death, including the manufacturer, wholesaler or retailer of a product.

Some of the most common dangerous products involved in product liability cases include:

  • Dangerous toys
  • Defective household appliances
  • Malfunctioning vehicles or car parts, such as faulty brakes
  • Dangerous drugs
  • Defective medical devices

A product may have been recalled by the Food & Drug Administration or the Consumer Product Safety Commission, or it may have been determined to be dangerous by Consumer Reports or by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The following are examples of how a product liability claim might arise:

  • Manufacturing defects: A company may have constructed the product in a way that causes injury when used by a consumer.
  • Design defects: The product may be unreasonably dangerous because of its design.
  • Insufficient instructions or warnings: The product is properly designed and manufactured, but lacks sufficient instructions or warnings. You may have grounds for a product liability claim if you were harmed after exposure to a prescription drug that does not list certain potentially dangerous side effects.

Whatever type of case you're dealing with, contact us immediately and schedule a free case evaluation right now. There are strict time limitations on your claims. Call (866) 434-1581 and schedule an appointment today.

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Put your trust in a law firm that puts your needs first. Contact us.

You have too much riding on the outcome of your case. Don't leave your future to chance. Contact us. We can help. Call (866) 434-1581 and schedule a free case evaluation. One of our experienced Roanoke personal injury attorneys can meet with you and discuss your case.

We won't tell you what to do. We'll listen. That way, we can offer honest advice and help you explore all the legal options available to you. We're familiar with a wide variety of legal approaches due to our decades of work on such cases.

We want to earn your trust and help you resolve your legal issues. We care about your case because we're more than just your attorney. We're your neighbor, your friend. That's why we treat all clients like family. Expect more. Contact Davis, Davis, Davis & Davis, PC.

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