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Washington DC Personal Injury Attorneys

Serving Clients in the DC Metro Area

Being injured by someone else’s negligent or reckless actions can easily throw a person’s life into chaos and confusion. We at Regan Zambri Long PLLC know this well, which is why we provide top-notch legal services to individuals who are dealing with this stressful situation. If you need to take legal action after being wrongfully injured, we are the kind of law firm you want on your side.

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What Sets Our Personal Injury Law Firm Apart?

Since opening our doors almost 25 years ago, our personal injury law firm has been fighting for the rights of injured victims throughout the Washington, DC Metro area. Our guarantee to our clients is simple: We will be your partners in justice by making sure you get the best possible settlement for your injury claim.

Why Choose Regan Zambri Long?

Our Washington DC personal injury lawyers have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients. Backed by more than 100 years of combined experience, our firm has an established reputation for pursuing legal excellence. We earned the respect of our former clients, peers, and legal publications throughout the country. We understand the complexities that personal injury lawsuits have and we are prepared to take your case trial if necessary.

As our client, you will enjoy peace of mind in knowing that your rights will be protected from start to finish. We will do everything in our power to secure the maximum compensation you need to pay for injury-related expenses, such as medical care and lost income, as well as full compensation for all of the physical and emotional consequences of your injuries. From the initial consultation to the moment you get your settlement check, we will be in constant contact so you know how your claim is progressing.

What Is a Contingency Fee?

At Regan Zambri Long, our DC personal injury lawyers work on a contingency basis. This means that we do not get paid until your case is settled. Once your case has reached a successful conclusion, our fee will be deducted from the final award. However, if your claim is unsuccessful, then you will not have to pay our fee.

When Should I Contact a Personal Injury Attorney for My Claim?

If you get into an accident and are seriously injured, you may not be concerned right away about paying the bills. But unfortunately, negligence claims do come with a heavy price. Medical bills begin to pile up and your insurance company will try to drag its feet getting you a fair settlement. If you’re having trouble getting compensation for your injuries, speak with an experienced DC Metro personal injury lawyer at Regan Zambri Long.

Most personal injury cases in Washington, DC, and Maryland must be filed within three years of the injury; in Virginia, it’s two years. Although this seems like a long time, if you are seriously injured, that time can slip by very quickly. The sooner you speak with a personal injury lawyer from Regan Zambri Long, the better chance your case will be successful.

Contact Our Personal Injury Attorneys Today For More Information

If you or a loved one was injured in a car or truck accident or received an injury by the negligence of a medical professional, know your rights. For decades, the Washington, DC personal injury lawyers at Regan Zambri Long have been helping injury victims throughout the DC Metro area. Contact our office today to get your personal injury claim started.

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Have you or your loved one sustained injuries in Washington DC, Maryland or Virginia? Regan Zambri Long PLLC has the best lawyers in the country to analyze your case and answer the questions you may have.

Call 202-960-4596

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