Powell Law Group - Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation Attorney In Richmond, VA

Personal injury and workers' compensation FAQ

Common Questions

General Legal Questions & Answers

If you’ve been seriously injured in an accident, the first thing a Personal Injury Attorney or Workers’ Compensation Lawyer should do is make sure their client is safe and receiving the proper medical treatment. Clients of Powell Law Group get the best care and service imaginable. As a result of whatever the medical needs are, we also make sure our clients are getting properly compensated.

After almost 30 years of helping clients with their personal injury cases, we know serious injuries lead to time away from the job and high medical bills to cover. So ultimately we believe in helping our clients get the justice they deserve in all areas.

Below are some of our most commonly asked questions. We’ve taken time to help you learn more about your rights and options, our experience at Powell Law Group and what you can expect when working with our legal team on your case.

If you have any additional questions or want to learn more about your rights or options, call us at 804-794-4030 or send us an email through our Contact Form by Clicking Here.

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We’ve gathered over a dozen Frequently Asked Questions with regards to Personal Injury legal cases. Click the button below to find learn more about what may be on your mind.

We know getting injured on the job is overwhelming in so many ways, not to mention complicated. Click the button to find out more about some of your current questions and concerns.

**The answers rendered are designed as general suggestions and do not constitute legal advice. We are available to provide a free consultation if you call our office.

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