Hillsville Injury Lawyer and Virginia SSD and Traffic Citation Attorney
Serving the Residents of Hillsville and the Surrounding Communities, including Woodlawn, Crooked Oak, Sunnyside, Red Hill, Richardson, Liberty Hill, and other Southwest Virginia Communities
Situated within the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, Hillsville is home to more than 2,600 residents. In addition to local residents, thousands of individuals travel through town on Highways 52 and 58 each year, contributing to higher incidences of car accidents, injuries, and traffic citations. When these and other legal matters arise, we’re there to help.
At The Law Offices of Mark T. Hurt, we are known throughout Virginia for our trial experience, tenacity, and client dedication. For decades we have helped Virginia residents and visitors with legal matters ranging from traffic citations and car accident injuries to Social Security Disability claims, workers’ compensation, and wrongful death matters. On behalf of injury clients and those who have lost a family member due to negligence, we have recovered millions of dollars in compensation. We additionally represent clients in criminal matters, and whistleblowers in reporting fraud.
At The Law Offices of Mark T. Hurt, we work tirelessly to help our clients obtain a favorable outcome, which often requires tenacity and aggressiveness. When our Hillsville clients have legal matters, they look to our firm to seek the best outcome possible for their matter.
If you have a legal issue, call our office today to schedule a free consultation!
How We Help
As legal counselors, it is our job to help clients understand their rights for potential compensation in injury, whistleblowing, workers’ comp, and similar matters, as well as to explain how we can help in traffic ticket and criminal defense matters. In all cases, the first step is to conduct a free initial consultation. During this consultation, we ask questions regarding the facts and circumstances of a case so that we can provide this education and assistance.
How Much Do Hillsville Lawyers Charge?
In cases involving injury, social security disability, and workers’ compensation, we accept cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not pay a fee for our services unless compensation is obtained.
Further, our fee is usually paid directly from a jury verdict, settlement, or award; thus, most injury victims will never come out of pocket for our representation. We additionally advance litigation costs, so that clients do not need to come “out of pocket” for such costs while their case is ongoing (normally, these costs are paid back from a jury award or settlement).
We also offer affordable flat-fee pricing for traffic citations and criminal matters, including:
- Traffic Tickets
- Reckless Driving
- Driving with a Suspended License
- Other Criminal Matters
Therefore, our clients never have to worry about incurring insurmountable legal bills or surprise charges. Before commencing representation, we will provide you with an agreement that clearly explains our billing structure and fees, and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
What Types of Cases Does Hillsville, VA Lawyer Mark Hurt Handle?
For over three decades, attorney Mark Hurt has been representing clients in matters including:
- Car, truck, or automobile collisions
- Motorcycle crashes
- Slips and falls
- Medical malpractice
- Traffic citations
- Criminal offenses
- Workers’ Compensation
Whether an incident resulted in a life-altering injury or wrongful death, our legal team always fights tenaciously to get our clients the best possible outcomes.
When Should I Call The Law Offices of Mark T. Hurt About My Case?
In many cases, there is a deadline (known as the statute of limitations) during which a claim must be filed. With respect to injury cases, it is critical to file a lawsuit before the applicable statute of limitations expires; otherwise, the ability to recover compensation may be permanently lost.
The statute of limitations deadline varies depending on the type of case. For example, to seek compensation for personal injuries, a victim usually has only two years from the date of an accident to file. In other cases, the statute of limitations may be only a few months or a year from the date of an injury. In other matters – such as social security disability and workers’ compensation – it is important to retain an attorney as soon as possible, so that benefits can be obtained.
While it is not possible to list all of the factors here that affect the statute of limitations, once we learn about your matter we can advise of the appropriate statute of limitations for your case.
We invite you to call our offices today – 24/7 – at (276) 623-0808 to learn how we can help you!
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