When people suffer head and brain injuries as a result of motor vehicle accidents or falls, they often suffer personality changes, behavioral changes, and problems thinking, speaking, and processing, among other things. However, insurance companies often try to fight these allegations to limit their liability.

This is why people living with a brain injury victim as well as friends and colleagues of the victim are an important part of the case. In order to have a strong case and establish that a victim of a brain injury in Virginia has changed for the worse, a judge and jury need to hear from people who are in the victim’s life. It is critical that people who have seen a change in the victim take notice, watch for brain injury symptoms, and contact an attorney quickly before the statue of limitations in Virginia is up.

If you believe your loved one suffered a brain injury as a result of someone else’s negligence, you need to speak with an experienced attorney today before too much time goes by. Call the Mottley Law Firm for a free evaluation at 804.930.1022 or contact us online at

Kevin W. Mottley
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Richmond, VA trial lawyer dedicated to handling brain injuries, car accidents and other serious injury claims