Personal Injury

Personal Injury

Mr. Byrne has been representing injured persons in their claims for compensation arising from injuries suffered in accidents since 1982. Mr. Byrne has represented persons with personal injury claims in the Circuit Courts of: the City of Richmond, Chesterfield County, Henrico County, and in the Tidewater area and the Shennandoah Valley. Mr. Byrne has experience litigating personal injury cases in the Supreme Court of Virginia. Mr. Byrne has personal injury litigation experience in United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, both of which are located in Richmond, Virginia.

Mr. Byrne has represented persons with personal injury claims involving: automobile accidents, truck accidents, parking and driveway areas, pedestrians, unknown drivers, (John Doe), high speed reckless driving, drunk drivers, punitive damages, uninsured drivers, inadequately secured truck cargo, commercial delivery trucks, stalling on the highway, injuries suffered while working with a truck boom, dangerous debris on the roadway, gross negligence, willful and wanton negligence, assault and battery, senior citizens, disabled persons, children, slip and fall, trip and fall, wet floors, slippery floors, improperly coated floor tiles, improperly coated, slippery ramp, injuries from ladder defects, injuries from firearm defects, amusement area injuries, serious injuries suffered while engaged in sports activities, injuries suffered on theater premises, falls in supermarkets, injuries from falling store merchandise, electrically powered, automatic doors, dog and other animal bites, prescription error, injuries from impurities in food, detailed historical analysis of weather conditions at time and place of an accident, metal fatigue and metal failure, detailed study of strengths and grades of metals, building code violations, injuries suffered at school, injuries to workers engaged in their occupations and governmental entities and governmental employees as defendants.