Our client was awarded $19,450,000 after he was hit in a car accident from another driver running a red light.
Tractor trailer ran over a women while she was riding her bicycle.
Tronfeld West & Durrett obtained the largest jury verdict in Virginia for the family of a woman who died of negligent medical care.
Truck driver had been on duty for 37 hours before rear-ending Plaintiff by a commercial truck on Interstate 95.
A case where the victim was struck from behind by another vehicle. Decedent died on the scene.
The plaintiffs were traveling through an intersection near Williamsburg when the Defendant 1 ran a red light and collided with the plaintiffs’ vehicle
A surgical pad was left inside the cancer patient. The patient has complications as a result of the medical negligence.
We have represented thousands of injured clients since 1972 in every aspect of personal injury law, practicing in both state and federal courts. Our highly knowledgeable attorneys are well-versed in the statutes of limitations, ensuring your claim is filed in a timely manner, and are equally experienced in gathering evidence, consulting witnesses and expert witnesses, and dealing with insurance companies.
If you have been injured in an accident, Tronfeld West & Durrett are here to help you seek justice.
When you have suffered injury from an accident which was the result of the negligence of another person or entity, you may not know where to turn for help. Each and every year hundreds of thousands of Americans are involved in a work injury, a slip and fall in a public place, a car collision with resulting injuries, medical malpractice injuries or injuries which result from a dangerous drug or a clearly defective medical product or device. Most of those who are injured are completely unfamiliar with how the legal system works as well as woefully unprepared for the amount of paperwork required and deadlines which must be met when a personal injury lawsuit is filed.
Perhaps you have suffered injuries from an accident which have subsequently affected your health, your work, your future, and your loved ones. The effects of an accident with injuries could last for weeks, months, or—in the case of catastrophic injuries—years, or even a lifetime.
Our attorneys are dedicated to pursuing our clients’ claims and obtaining results, whether through settlement or trial.
If you were recently injured in an accident, you may wonder if you even have grounds for a personal injury case. Our Virginia personal injury attorneys are here to help you figure that out. The law firm of Tronfeld, West & Durrett focuses on the following personal injury cases:
The law firm of Tronfeld, West & Durrett has seven attorneys — three shareholders and four associates — all of whom have the knowledge to provide clients with experienced legal representation.
Jay Tronfeld is the founding shareholder of the firm, representing thousands of victims of personal injury and wrongful death claims, trying cases in both Federal and State Courts throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Obtaining significant verdicts and settlements in auto accidents, truck accidents, medical malpractice claims and wrongful death claims, Mr. Tronfeld is a sought-after speaker at continuing legal education programs and was recognized as a top personal injury attorney in Virginia by Virginia Super Lawyers.
“Great staff from top to bottom. Mr. Tronfeld is always personable and willing to listen to your concerns. Mr. Durrett, with the aid of Ms. Carolyn Sanville, worked my case and obtained a very suitable outcome from accident caused by another driver. Tammy, at the front desk, always greets you with a smile on the phone or in person. Simply the best!“
“Mrs. West and her team are top notch and go above all expectations. They are there every step of the way and keep you updated as the case progresses. I highly recommend contacting them if you need a personal injury lawyer in Virginia to represent you. You will not be disappointed.“
“Everyone that works at this company are awesome! They took care of everything for me, and got me the best result possible. David Durrett is so down to earth, and calls it like it is which is rare these days. Sue who is his secretary is amazing as well, she always is on top of everything, and always is so friendly. If you need any legal advice I would recommend them hands down for whatever the reason is. If I ever need another lawyer they will be my first call. Thank you all for everything you do!“
“Mr. Durrett was very professional and informative throughout the process. He was very concerned about my well-being. Thank you for the Great Service!“
You should always call the police following a Virginia auto accident. Under Virginia law, you are required to call the police if there are any injuries, a death, or if the property damage is more than $1,000. Even following a minor fender bender, the damage to the vehicles is likely to be more than $1,000, simply because the bodywork is so expensive. It is almost always a good idea to contact the police following a car accident so you will have a police report to give to your insurance company.
Particularly when the accident was clearly the fault of the other driver, you will want that information in a police report to avoid the driver saying later the accident was not his or her fault.
It is almost never a good idea to accept the first offer from an insurance company. Despite the many commercials we see on television which shows insurance companies as our friends, the goal of all insurance companies is to pay out as little as possible on a claim—in other words, their financial bottom line is what they will be thinking about, rather than your injuries and your future. Insurance adjusters are trained negotiators. This means no matter how “helpful” your insurance adjuster may seem, his or her job is to protect the interests of the insurance company by minimizing the amount of money paid on each claim. Particularly when the other driver is at fault in your car accident and you are attempting to file a claim against his or her insurance company, that insurance company is not obligated to treat you fairly.
Calculating the dollar value of a personal injury claim can be difficult. Since the circumstances of each case are different, there is no set formula attorneys can use for every case. However, our attorneys always consider certain factors when determining the value of a personal injury case.
Yes we do. In the case of a catastrophic injury, the emotional, physical and financial aftermath can be particularly devastating. Catastrophic injuries are generally considered to be those which will require multiple surgical procedures, a high level of supervision, and ongoing rehabilitation and assistance for the remainder of the victim’s life. Severe burn injuries, back and spinal cord injuries, brain trauma, neck injuries, internal organ injuries and paraplegia or quadriplegia are all considered catastrophic injuries. Because the victim of a catastrophic injury may never regain the ability to work—or even handle such simple tasks as bathing, eating and dressing—it is essential that financial compensation from the negligent party is sufficient for the future.
Our Virginia personal injury lawyer team at Tronfeld, West & Durrett are here to serve clients throughout the state to help you and your family, including:
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Specific case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Past successful case results do not guarantee or predict future results. The material on this website is for informational purposes only. Every case is different and the verdicts and settlements below do not represent what we may obtain for you in your case