Let’s be honest. No one can guarantee a particular result in court. The combined personalities and beliefs of all of the witnesses, judges, prosecutors, and police will all affect the final result in court. Every set of facts is different. That is why the insights and experiences of your attorney matter so much. That’s how I can help.
Traffic Law generally varies from state to state, and Virginia state law carries specific fines and penalties for specific traffic violations, such as a speeding ticket or DUI. Violations for speeding tickets, running stop signs, accidents, racing, reckless driving, DUI and driving with a suspended license all carry different likely outcomes. For instance, Virginia courts sometimes employ a Driver Improvement Program for residents convicted of certain traffic violations. The court will notify the Department of Motor Vehicles, your insurance company upon request, and will also post the conviction to your driving record. Demerit points may be added you your driving record, or you may have your license suspended altogether. In some cases, the judge may impose a jail sentence. There is no set formula, although I can usually give you a very good idea of what to expect. If you have been charged with a traffic violation, contact The Lawrence Law Firm, PLC as soon as possible.
If you have been injured in an accident caused by another person, you may have a personal injury claim. In order to procure the damages or compensation that you deserve, hiring a capable and dedicated attorney is essential to your case. The Lawrence Law Firm, PLC based in Roanoke is the legal practice that can help you to pursue all of your options. Because of the statute of limitations in Virginia, you only have a limited time to file a claim, so call us as soon as you have been injured.
When it comes to criminal law in Virginia, representation you can rely on is one of the most important elements of your case. The Lawrence Law Firm, PLC ensures your rights as a citizen in any criminal case. If you have been arrested or accused of larceny, robbery, shoplifting, burglary, assault and battery, malicious wounding, breaking and entering, embezzlement, trespassing, gun violations, game violations, sexual misconduct, murder, or any other Virginia crime, call (540) 982-2606 as soon possible.
Medical malpractice laws differ from state to state, and under Virginia state law, the statute of limitations on these suits is two years. However, the definition of medical malpractice is generally the same in every state. If medical negligence from a healthcare worker causes an injury, such as birth injuries, anesthesia errors, and misdiagnoses, you may have a right to pursue a medical malpractice case. Allow The Lawrence Law Firm in Roanoke, VA, to help you win your case today!