Richmond Personal Injury Lawyers
The Boutique Law Firm that Offers More—for Over 40 Years & Counting!
Page Law Firm, P.C. in Richmond is a boutique law firm that concentrates on high value personal injury, product liability, premises liability, and wrongful death cases. Opened in 1982 by founding attorney Brenda Page, the long-standing, well-established firm has recovered millions of dollars in settlements for wrongfully injured Virginians over the last four decades.
Our team of attorneys has been practicing in the State of Virginia for almost a whole century combined. Throughout this time, we have won substantial verdicts for our personal injury clients. We concentrate on numerous areas of personal injury, including automobile accidents, large truck accidents, common carrier accidents, pedestrian injuries, nursing home negligence, medical malpractice, wrongful death, defective product injuries, and more. If you have suffered any wrongful injury in the Richmond area, we can help. Contact us today for a free, no obligation personal injury evaluation!
Personal Injury & Wrongful Death
Page Law Firm P.C. is well known for handling personal injury claims for injured motorists, passengers, cyclists, bikers, and pedestrians. These personal injury lawsuits usually involve automobiles, large trucks, and common carriers.
We also handle wrongful death claims. We will help you hold the at fault party liable for your loved one’s death and the damages that came with this tragic loss. However, wrongful death actions can come about as a result of inadequate security at hotels or unsafe conditions at your place of employment caused by third parties. Also, death occurring while in police custody or incarceration can result in a wrongful death claim. No matter how the death occurred, our legal team has what it takes to stand up to even the biggest manufacturing and service companies.
Defective Products & Premises Liability
Product liability is an area of law that represents legal action taken due to defective products. Defective products can cause bodily injury and/or property damage because of a defect in the product, inadequate labeling, inadequate instructions regarding the use of the product, or inadequate warnings. This can apply to pharmaceutical drugs, various consumer products, medical devices, and more.
Premises liability claims come about when one or more individuals are injured due to a preventable hazard that was present on someone else’s property. If you slip on an uncleaned spill in a grocery store, for instance, you may be able to bring a lawsuit against the store for neglecting to clean up the hazard. Our legal team will help you identify any potentially at fault parties so that you can obtain the compensation you deserve.
What is the Personal Injury Statute of Limitations in Virginia?
According to the Virginia Code section 8.01-243(A) the statute of limitations in the state of Virginia is two years. This means you have two years from the date your injury occurred to file a claim or you will most likely lose your right file along with your right to pursue compensation,
It’s important to note, that there are exceptions to this law so it’s important to speak to an experienced Richmond personal injury attorney about the specifics of you case as soon as you can. If you have been injured by a negligent party, Page Law Firm, P.C. can inform you of your rights and options.
Call today, we offer free initial consultations!