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Prince William Co., VA – Injuries Follow I-66 Crash at VA-234

Prince William Co., VA – Injuries Follow I-66 Crash at VA-234

Blaszkow Legal, PLLC Nov. 29, 2023

Prince William Co., VA (November 29, 2023) – Authorities in Prince William County responded to the scene of a car crash that occurred during the morning hours on Tuesday and ended in injuries. The accident was reported to the Virginia State Police at around 7:00 a.m. on November 28.

According to official reports, a collision between vehicles blocked the eastbound side of Interstate 66. The incident caused delays in the area near Virginia State Route 234 at Exit 48 as emergency officials worked to clear the scene. Medical personnel rendered aid to those harmed while on-site. At least one person was transported to a local medical facility for further care. At this time, the incident is being investigated.

We hope those harmed in this crash recover quickly

Car Accidents in Virginia

Being involved in an automobile accident can impact every aspect of your life. Unfortunately, there are thousands of instances where people are injured as a result of crashes in Virginia every month. These incidents often leave those involved with injuries like spinal cord injuries, broken bones, and other severe injuries that require extensive medical care.

The unfortunate truth is that we see many people hurt as a result of crashes caused by negligent motorists. When victims are harmed as a result of speeding drivers, impaired drivers, and drivers who fail to yield the right-of-way, they are afforded the legal opportunity to pursue a claim for compensation against them. A personal injury claim following your accident can help you get money to cover various losses and damages you face. This includes compensation for:

  • Lost Wages: If you were required to take time off work to recover from your painful physical and emotional injuries, you can request compensation for all of the lost wages you have incurred.

  • Medical Costs: If you incurred medical expenses as a result of your crash, you can request compensation to alleviate them. This can include compensation for your surgery, hospitalization, and even long-term care costs for therapy and rehabilitation.

  • Property Damage: If your vehicle needs to be replaced or repaired, you can request compensation to take care of this for you.

Working with a Virginia car accident lawyer can provide you with the best chance of maximizing the financial compensation you recover for these and other losses you face. An attorney will be able to take an aggressive approach toward requesting compensation for your damages and losses.

When it comes to personal injury cases, having a knowledgeable and reputable legal team on your side can make all the difference. At Blaszkow Legal, PLLC, our experienced attorneys are committed to providing you with the best representation possible and ensuring that your rights are protected. We understand the difficulties that come with personal injury and will work tirelessly to help you achieve justice for any wrongdoings. Contact our Virginia personal injury legal team by calling 703-879-5910 today for a free consultation so we can discuss how we can help guide you toward a positive resolution. You don't have to go through this alone – let us be there for you every step of the way.

Note: When creating these blog posts, our team of writers utilizes external sources, including local and state news sources, social media platforms, police accident incident reports, state police accident reports, and at times, eyewitness accounts. Please contact us immediately if you discover any incorrect information so that we can update the post with the most current, accurate information available.

Disclaimer: This post is not a business solicitation, and none of the information provided in this blog post should be interpreted as medical or legal advice. If you have been injured in an accident, seek immediate medical attention. This post's featured image was not captured at the actual accident scene.