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You shouldn’t pay for someone else’s mistakes. If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence let us help you. You should not have to fight insurance companies alone.

Contact our Virginia Beach personal injury lawyer, conveniently located in two Virginia locations. We will fight for the money you deserve. 

Welcome to The Joel Bieber Firm -VIRGINIA BEACH

The world has changed and people no longer accept responsibility for their actions that cause personal injury to others. If you feel like you have a personal injury claim in Virginia Beach, the insurance companies and corporations have the resources and lawyers to make your life difficult, even when the fault falls on their client. Let our team of experienced Virginia Beach personal injury lawyers help you!

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Personal Injury Lawyer Virginia Beach

At the Joel Bieber Firm, we have experienced personal injury lawyer in Virginia Beach who is prepared to help you in your time of need. You should not pay for someone else’s mistakes and you should not have to fight insurance companies. If you have been injured as a result of another person’s negligence, we will fight for the compensation that you deserve.

Negligent parties do not move fast enough to accept responsibility for the actions that cause personal injury to innocent victims. If you have a personal injury claim, the insurance companies and corporations have the resources and lawyers to make your life difficult and slow down your case. When you work with our Virginia Beach personal injury lawyer, we will draw upon our experience and skill to support your case and fight for your rights.

Types of Virginia Beach Personal Injury Cases We Handle

We work on behalf of those people who have suffered a personal injury through no fault of their own, most often times through the negligence of someone else. Some of our more typical cases include car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck and delivery vehicle accidents, sexual assault, consumer products, and dog bites. Don’t see your circumstances listed below, don’t worry, it is very likely that the injury you have suffered is one that we have worked with before. please call us to discuss the specifics of your situation. Negligence comes in many different forms including dangerous drugs, unsafe products and improperly maintained premises.

If you have suffered a personal injury our team of experienced personal injury lawyers in Virginia Beach can help you every step of the way.  Please call us on 1-866-891-7225 for a free consultation where we can discuss your specific circumstances in more detail.  

Why Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer in Virginia Beach ?

Regardless of the type of accident that you are involved in, a Virginia Beach personal injury lawyer will be able to guide you through the claim surrounding your injury. At the Joel Bieber Firm, we pride ourselves on the exceptional and aggressive legal representation that we provide to our clients. Whether it is a simple or large-scale personal injury claim, our personal injury lawyers dedicate themselves to your case.

A personal injury lawsuit may be brought on if you have suffered as a result of another’s negligence, carelessness, or recklessness. When our Virginia Beach personal injury lawyers work with you, we will determine how much compensation you deserve depending on the severity of the accident, as well as how negligent the other party was acting.

When To Work With A Virginia Beach Personal Injury Lawyer

Immediately following an accident, you should consult your personal injury lawyer. Injury lawsuits must be filed within two years of the date of the injury, however, your personal injury lawyer will be able to work with you to determine the logistics of your case.

The sooner you contact a Virginia Beach personal injury lawyer, the sooner you will be able to work with them to determine the best course of action to grant you the compensation that you deserve. When you work with our experienced Virginia Beach personal injury lawyers, we will guide you through the logistics of your case. Our legal team has the knowledge and the skill to best advise you through your personal injury case to grant you the compensation that you deserve and need.

What type of Injury Will My Personal Injury Lawyer Help With?

When you have been injured, regardless of the injury, our personal injury lawyers will be able to help you. We work tirelessly to hold negligent parties accountable for your injuries. Insurance companies are not working in your best interest. They are only interested in working to make their company money. We work with clients who have suffered from several injuries, including but not limited to:

What to Expect When You Meet With Our Virginia Beach Personal Injury Lawyers

When you meet with our professional legal team, your first consultation is free. We will meet with you to discuss your personal injury and the circumstances that led up to your injury. We will work with you to determine the best course of legal action to pursue and we will work with you each step of the way.

Our personal injury lawyers will ensure that your legal and procedural rights are protected. We understand the legalities surrounding personal injury cases and will work with you to serve your needs. We will look through insurance policies and personal assets that you may be entitled to as damages.

We will help negotiate the best possible settlement for your injury claim, which may include alternative dispute resolution measures such as mediation and settlement conferences. If your personal injury case requires a court hearing, we are prepared to represent you. Insurance companies know that your last resort for resolving your claim is in the courtroom but our Virginia Beach personal injury lawyer start preparing your case for the eventuality of going to trial from the very first time that they meet with you. We not only prepare ourselves for all possible courses of action, such as going to trial, but we will make sure that you are prepared for trial as well. We feel comfortable going to trials for our clients and we have a track record of success in going up against insurance companies.

What Information Will Your Personal Injury Lawyer Need from You?

When you meet with our personal injury lawyers, we will discuss your accident and request that you provide us with as much information regarding the accident as possible. We will discuss the answers to the following questions to determine the best legal course of action:

  • How did the incident happen?
  • Where did it happen?
  • Who was involved?
  • Were there any witnesses?
  • Who did you speak with at the scene of the incident?
  • What was said during the conversation?

If you have an Exchange of Information Form, an Incident Report, or any other documents relating to the incident, we will request that you provide us with copies. Similarly, we ask that you provide us with any photographs that you may have, including photographs of your car (if you were involved in a car crash), the accident scene, and photographs of your injuries. Finally, we need information regarding the type of injuries that you sustained, where you have sought treatment, information related to any lost wages, and information as to how the incident has impacted you physically and emotionally.

What To Do If the Insurance Company Asks You To Sign Something

Do not sign any document for the insurance company without consulting a Virginia Beach personal injury lawyer first. The insurance company may ask you to sign a Medical Release or a Final Release of your claims in return for some payment.

Your medical records are protected under a federal law known as  and you may not have to provide your insurance company with them, depending on your accident. While the insurance company does have a right to see some records in order to evaluate your claim, the release of that information should be limited and controlled. The medical release created by the insurance company may allow the insurance company to speak directly to your doctors, to receive all of your records for an unlimited time, and to use those records for any purpose even purposes not related to your claim.

If the insurance company asks you to sign a final release, you need to confirm with your lawyer that this is an action that makes sense at the time. Once you sign a final release, you cannot seek reimbursement for any additional treatment or other losses regardless of whether you made a mistake in signing too soon. Even a release given in exchange for a property damage settlement could release your claims for bodily injuries and lost wages.

Contact Our Legal Team Today. We Are Here To Help.

At The Joel Bieber Firm, our Virginia Beach personal injury lawyers take pride in the legal guidance that we provide for our clients. Part of our duty to you is to be a counselor who will advise you based on our legal experience in and out of the courtroom. Contact an experienced personal injury lawyer at The Joel Bieber Firm today for your free initial consultation. We will fight for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Initially, we need you to provide us with as much information about the incident that led to your injuries as possible. How did the incident happen? Where did it happen? Who was involved? Were there any witnesses? Who did you speak with at the scene of the incident? What was said during the conversation? If you have an Exchange of Information Form, an Incident Report, or any other documents relating to the incident, we would like to have copies. Similarly, we ask that you provide us with any photographs that you may have, including photographs of your car (if you were involved in a car crash) and photographs of your injuries, such as cuts, bruises, and scars. Finally, we need information regarding the kinds of injuries that you sustained, where you have sought treatment, information related to any lost wages, and information as to how the incident has impacted you physically and emotionally.

There are varying time deadlines, and in some instances other special “notice” or filing deadlines, that apply to injury claims. There is no law, however, that requires an injury victim to report an accident-related injury to an attorney. With the understanding that the deadlines apply whether or not an attorney is involved, the better question might be whether it makes sense to call for legal help with your injury claim now, as opposed to later? We believe the answer to this question is always or almost always “yes”. The person or company that “accidentally” hurts you usually reports what happened to a liability insurance company right away. That company then immediately begins to investigate what happened, to investigate the claims being made, and to investigate the people making the claims. The insurer does this to protect its interests and that of its insured, not the interests of the victim. Often there is an issue over who is legally responsible for what happened. When this occurs, the insurance company may deny your claim entirely or attempt to negotiate a settlement for less than full value. In addition, there is almost always disagreement over the severity of the injuries and damages being claimed, with a resulting argument over their monetary value. Insurance claim adjusters do this for a living. As personal injury attorneys, we do this for a living as well, with the critical difference that we do it for you, not the insurance company. The sooner we get to work, the sooner we are able to protect you, and the more likely it is that we’ll be able to help you obtain the full and fair compensation you deserve. We charge no extra for getting to work now as opposed to later; in fact, we charge no fee until your case is successfully resolved. If the other guy’s insurance company is already working to protect him, shouldn’t someone be working to protect you right now as well? (Call us, right now, toll-free, at 888-777-5635.)

Personal injury attorneys do not get paid like other attorneys do. While some attorneys charge by the hour or make you pay in advance, personal injury attorneys get paid a percentage of your settlement or jury verdict. This is called a “contingency fee.” Importantly, you do not have to pay us in advance to represent you and we do not get paid for our work until your case is resolved. Working on a contingency basis provides a real benefit to clients because the client’s interests and the law firm’s interests align. We are both focused on maximizing your recovery.

You should always feel free to contact your attorney with any questions you have about your case. It is important that you keep the Firm up to date with your contact information so that your attorney can get in touch with you regarding case developments. In addition to your attorney, you will also have a paralegal working on your case. Your paralegal will be working to collect all of your treatment information. You should keep your paralegal updated on where you are seeking medical care and if you are referred to any new providers. Once you are released from treatment, your attorney will keep you up to speed on negotiations with the insurance company and will provide you with guidance about your cases value. If your case is one that goes to litigation, your attorney will guide you through the litigation process.

There is not a simple yes or no answer to this question. At The Joel Bieber Firm, we take a great deal of time, effort and care in obtaining the best settlement offer we can from the insurance company. If we are able to reach an agreement with the insurance company, you will not have to go to court. However, if the insurance company doesn’t pay a fair value for your case, The Joel Bieber Firm is ready and willing to file a lawsuit and fight for your case in court.

Do not sign any document for the insurance company without consulting a lawyer. The insurance company may ask you to sign a Medical Release or a Final Release of your claims in return for some payment.

Medical Release: Your medical records are protected under a federal law known as HIPAA. While the insurance company may have a right to see some records in order to evaluate your claim, the release of that information should be limited and controlled. The medical release created by the insurance company may allow the insurance company to speak directly to your doctors, to receive all of your records for an unlimited time and to use those records for any purpose even purposes not related to your claim. 


Final Release: Once you sign a release, you cannot seek reimbursement for any additional treatment or other losses regardless of whether you made a mistake in signing too soon. Even a release given in exchange for a property damage settlement could release your claims for bodily injuries and lost wages.

Insurance companies will sometimes offer to or even send you a check as an enticement to settle your case quickly. It is always to their advantage to get you to accept a quick payment before you really know what is wrong with you. Be aware that if you accept, endorse, deposit, or cash the check it can be found to be an acceptance of the settlement offer and your case will be over. (Do not cash or deposit the check and then try to return it later, as that may also be found to be an acceptance of the settlement offer.) This can be a very costly mistake if you are still treating for injuries from a crash, still out of work, or if you may need additional medical treatment in the future. Once the check is accepted, you will likely never be able to get the additional compensation for your injuries, medical treatment, and losses that you deserve. If you are offered a check or receive one in the mail, do not accept it unless you are 100% sure that you want to forever end your case for the amount of the check at that moment. If you are not 100% sure, you should refuse or return the check and seek legal advice about your case.

We work on behalf of those people who have suffered a personal injury through no fault of their own, most often times through the negligence of someone else. Some of our more typical cases include: 

 

  • Car accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Truck and delivery vehicle accidents
  • Sexual assualt
  • Consumer products
  • Dog bites

 

Don’t see your circumstances listed below, don’t worry, it is very likely that the injury you have suffered is one that we have worked with before. please call us to discuss the specifics of your situation. Negligence comes in many different forms including dangerous drugs, unsafe products and improperly maintained premises.

 

If you have suffered a personal injury our team of experienced Virginia Beach personal injury lawyers can help you every step of the way.  Please call us on 804-375-4831 or a free consultation where we can discuss your specific circumstances in more detail.  

Virginia Beach Personal Injury Lawyer Office

Virginia Beach Office

272 Bendix Road, Ste. 350
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Phone: (757) 821-6318

Working Hours

DayWorking Hours
Sunday Closed
Monday8:30 AM–5 PM
Tuesday8:30 am–4:30 pm
Wednesday8:30 AM–5 PM
Thursday8:30 AM–5 PM
Friday8:30 am–5 pm
SaturdayClosed