Randall Page, P.C. is your local personal injury law firm in Western Tidewater and Southside Virginia. We have a trusted name for protecting your rights and getting you the results you deserve.
Injured through no fault of your own? Involved in a personal injury case related to a car accident or auto accident, tractor trailer accident or trucking accident, boating accident, bicycle accident, been hit by a drunk driver, or even a slip & fall? Our attorneys have successfully won cases from all aspects of personal injury.
We have specific experience in the complex legalities of motorcycle accidents and commercial vehicle accidents. Don’t let prejudice towards your right to ride your motorcycle hinder your case. Commercial vehicles such as private companies and government vehicles have strong legal backing to protect them, let us protect you. Our obligation is to your rights as an injured party. We know the courts and tactics other attorneys may try and use to leave you injured without compensation. We have a “make it happen” attitude and use creative methods to get results.
Virginia has a two (2) year statute of limitation to file for personal injury and wrongful death claims. Should you wait, you run the risk of losing your rights. Randall Page, P.C. has attorneys to walk you through the process and ensure you keep the law on your side.
If you have been injured, call or email the attorneys of Randall Page for a case evaluation. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will assist in obtaining the necessary facts of your case. If you cannot come to us, we will come to you.
The attorneys of Randall Page have protected the rights of personal injury clients in Suffolk, Southampton County, Emporia, Isle of Wight, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Franklin, Sussex, Brunswick County, Virginia – we service the entire Western Tidewater and Southside Virginia regions, as well as northern North Carolina.
Plaintiff was shot in the leg by a family member. Plaintiff made claims of assault and battery, gross negligence, and simple negligence. The defense argued self-defense and contributory negligence. Plaintiff and Defendant entered into a high/low agreement to guarantee some compensation for the client. After a two-day jury trial argued by Andrew R. Page, the jury returned a verdict in favor of Plaintiff.