If you have suffered an injury, you want the most dedicated personal injury lawyer in Virginia by your side. The Law Office of Michael A. Kernbach is accessible and determined to fight for you. Michael brings his more than 25 years of trial experience and the same drive for justice he exhibited as a former federal prosecutor and police officer to every case.

Virginia personal injury lawyer representing all accident victims.

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  • Emotional distress
  • Loss in earning capacity
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering

Virginia injury lawyer Michael A. Kernbach communicates clearly and directly with you to better accomplish your goals. We educate you about the anticipated outcome and the steps we plan to take to reach the best results. We focus on obtaining the maximum compensation for your auto, truck and motorcycle accident injuries, including:

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The Law Office of Michael A. Kernbach is located in Manassas, VA., and represent clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

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at (571) 292-9046 or contact our firm online to schedule your free consultation.​

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Treating the whole person

We speak for injured victims who cannot speak for themselves during settlement negotiations, trials and administrative hearings. While your case is pending, we guide you toward resources that provide the care and treatment you need.

Injured first responders deserve the same respect and dedication they provide to the community. Virginia first responders personal injury lawyer Michael A. Kernbach is a former police officer who is committed to serving this extraordinary group of heroes, including:

    Ambulance drivers
    Police officers
    State troopers

Our Virginia personal injury law firm helps you get the medical care you need to get back to your job. If a disability prevents you from working, we pursue all available resources so you can continue to receive medical care and financial support for your family.

  • Anticipated future medical costs
  • Bills for medical expenses
  • Disability
  • Disfigurement