Personal Injury

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Have You Suffered An Injury?

Personal injury or the loss of a loved one caused by the negligent actions of another is devastating. You will end up using all your energy to deal with the results of someone else's actions.  It is difficult to think about the future but you need help and that includes legal action. To get the best settlement, you need a personal injury lawyer. One who is not afraid of the insurance companies and knows his way around a courtroom, if it comes to that.  You need a lawyer who will fight to reclaim what has been taken from you.

Legal Strategy Expertise

Gene Cox is an experienced trial lawyer in both Federal Courts and the Commonwealth. He has represented clients for one of the top law firms in the country and for the Federal Government. For over 25 years, he has tried some of the most difficult cases to victory. He gets his clients their best results by treating every personal injury case as if it will be tried to verdict. Insurance companies do not intimidate him.

Every day, insurance companies take advantage of people who have suffered damages. Although, their lawyers know it is better to settle with someone who has a lawyer who is not afraid of court. Gene Cox has proven in over 100 jury cases that he is at home in the courtroom. The insurance companies treat him and his clients accordingly. CoxFedLaw clients can focus on getting better rather than worrying about their future.

Personal Injury

  • Auto Accidents
  • Product Liability
  • Assault
  • Wrongful Death
  • Dog Bites
  • Intentional Torts
  • Slip and Fall
  • Defamation
  • Sexual Abuse

Virginia DUI Law

In Virginia, driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or medication is illegal. If a driver who is subjected to chemical testing during a traffic stop registers at 0.08 percent blood-alcohol content (BAC) or higher, he or she is illegally impaired.

Trusted Legal Advice

CoxFedLaw is a lawyer serving clients in Elkton, the Town of Shenandoah, Page County, Rockingham County, the City of Harrisonburg, Augusta County, and the City of Staunton.