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Residents of Botetourt County, whether on the job, enjoying the Jefferson National Forest or the George Washington National Forest, or enjoying a drive along the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway, should know that if an accident occurs that leaves them or a loved one injured or dead, they have recourse under the law to fair and just compensation from those responsible. Altizer Law, P.C., is here to help you and to represent you with the insurance companies or in court.
Outdoor Sports and Adventures
Botetourt County is a popular destination for outdoor sports and adventure. Whether hiking through the rolling hills or on the Appalachian Trail, bicycling on the Blue Ridge Parkway, Paddling the Upper James River Trail, hunting, or fishing in a secluded stream or lake, there are many opportunities for outdoor fun. Unfortunately, some adventures and sports can become dangerous and equipment can fail. If you are injured while enjoying your favorite sports or adventure, call the expert legal team of Altizer Law, P.C., who are ready to help you evaluate liability for your injury and, if appropriate, to represent you in recovering a just settlement.
As nearby Roanoke has become a major locus for retirement living and health care, Botetourt County has also experienced growth in the number of firms and facilities offering these services. Whether residents at The Glebe or Carrington Place, or you depend upon Carillion Healthcare, Kissito Healthcare or At Home Caregivers, or another organization, you choose nursing home facilities and service providers because you believe you can entrust your wellbeing or the wellbeing of a loved one to them.
Although most facilities and providers are entirely trustworthy and reputable, there are occasions when people believe they or their loved ones are being abused or neglected by the people they trusted. If you believe that you or a loved one is being abused (physically, emotionally, financially) or neglected, or being degraded by the actions of the staff), the experienced attorneys of Altizer Law, P.C., can help, as we have done many times, by investigating and representing you or your loved one to bring the nursing home abuse or neglect to an end and to obtain fair and appropriate compensation for you.
If you work in Transportation, as do many residents of Botetourt County, you should know that if you are injured in an accident, you have an ally in Altizer Law, P. C., to represent you in dealing with both the person(s) responsible for the accident and your employer should the need arise. If you work in manufacturing or distribution, you have recourse as well if you are injured on the job.
If, like many Botetourt County residents, your livelihood comes from agricultural activity, you have an advocate in Bettina Altizer if you are injured due to faulty equipment, or if your livestock, poultry and their products are harmed by the negligence of others. We have the experience to represent you in claims against the manufacturers of defective equipment.
Highway and Traffic Accidents
Whether you live in Hollins, Fincastle, Troutville, Eagle Rock, Daleville, Cloverdale or elsewhere in Botetourt County and you are driving on I-81, US 11, US 220, US 221, US 460, or SR 43, if you are injured or a loved one is killed in an accident with a car, truck, tractor, or other vehicle, Altizer Law, P.C., will stand with you and represent your rights and interests to the full extent of the law. In 2015, there were 611 vehicle crashes in Botetourt County, resulting in 253 injuries and 8 fatalities.
Call Altizer Law, P.C.
With more than 25 years experience in the practice of personal injury and medical malpractice law, Bettina C. Altizer brings to each case the best legal education, vast experience, and the tenacity and determination to fight for each client until their rights under the law are protected and fair compensation is received.
From the moment your call Altizer Law, P.C., of Roanoke, you will be surrounded by the caring, support, guidance, and advocacy of every member of our team. We will provide information, answer questions, gather information and plead your case until every possible avenue has been exhausted and you receive the compensation you are guaranteed under the law.