If you were injured in a car wreck in Virginia, what happens if you have to go into bankruptcy because of the financial strain on your family? What effect does a bankruptcy have on the value of your injury case? Do you need to tell the bankruptcy court about the car crash case? Do you get to keep the money for the injuries even though you have had to file bankruptcy? The basic answers to these legal questions are addressed in a “frequently asked question (FAQ)” item on our law firm’s web site. Even in the best of economic times, you and your family are often under tremendous stress when you have a serious injury both because of the staggering medical bills and the loss of income from work. The main point for someone who has been hurt in an automobile accident is to get a good lawyer helping you to answer these and other questions, then you can focus on getting your life and finances back in order while the professionals help sort through the issues that arise when an injury on the road leads to bankruptcy.
Shapiro, Cooper Lewis & Appleton personal injury law firm is based in Virginia, with offices in northeast NC and Virginia Beach (VA), practicing primarily in the southeastern U.S. and handles only injury law, including car, truck, railroad, and medical negligence cases and more. The firm’s website is: hsinjurylaw.com, the firm edits three injury law blogs: Virginia Beach Injuryboard & Norfolk Injuryboard, as well as the Northeast North Carolina Injuryboard and also hosts a video library covering many FAQ’s on personal injury subjects