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

Call Virginia car accident attorney Michael A. Kernbach who handles personal injury cases

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

Contact a Virginia personal injury lawyer you can rely on

• All-terrain vehicles (ATV) accidents
• Boating crashes
• Car accidents
• Truck accidents
• Motorcycle wrecks
• Children injuries
• SUV rollover

Areas We Cover

• Train accidents
• Plane crashes
• Pedestrian injuries
• Bicycle accidents
• Maritime accidents
• Catastrophic Injuries
• Wrongful Death

An auto accident in Virginia is a shocking and frightening event. Minor fender benders in Virginia can cause serious injuries. Michael A. Kernbach has more than 25 years of experience and the persistence to obtain rightful compensation from insurance companies and defendants. Our VA personal injury lawyer handles all types of accidents, including:

Helping injured drivers and their passengers in Virginia


Auto ​Accidents

Holding negligent parties culpable
A thorough investigation often reveals that multiple parties are responsible for an accident. We pursue drivers, corporations, municipalities and car manufacturers in cases involving:
• Cell phone use
• Defective auto parts
• Driving under the influence (DUI)
• Fatigue • Reckless driving
• Road debris
• Road rage
• Texting
Our propensity for viewing motor vehicle accidents from every angle is essential in cases involving uninsured or underinsured drivers who do not have the means to pay the amount of damages you need. We file the most appropriate Virginia personal injury lawsuit for your case.

Auto Accident Frequently Asked Questions
Helping you file your auto accident lawsuit
Find answers to frequently asked auto accident questions, then contact Virginia injury lawyer Michael A. Kernbach, Attorney at Law for more comprehensive answers. You should always feel comfortable asking any question. If an issue concerns you, it concerns us too.

  • What should I bring to my first appointment with my auto accident lawyer?

You can help your attorney make an accurate assessment of your case by providing detailed information. Relevant documents include:
• Doctors' notes and test results
• Auto insurance policy
• Mechanics' quotes
• Medical bills
• Photographs of the automobiles and the scene of the accident
• Police reports

Learn more by bringing these important documents to your free consultation with Virginia motor vehicle accident lawyer Michael A. Kernbach, Attorney at Law.

  • How can I get compensated if the person who hit me is not covered by car insurance or is unknown?

You can sue a person who does not have auto insurance and in certain cases you can sue a person who is unknown. If you have an automobile liability policy which provides you with uninsured automobile insurance, you may be able to pursue a claim and lawsuit. If you are unsure, contact accident lawyer Michael A. Kernbach, who will advise you of your options in pursuing such a case.

  • I am a police officer who was hit by a car after making a traffic stop. What are my options?

You may have a civil claim against the driver of the vehicle that hit you and a workers' compensation claim against your employer. Michael A. Kernbach, Attorney at Law, is a premier first responder accident attorney in Virginia and can advise you on obtaining full compensation for your injuries from all liable parties.

  • Is there a deadline for filing my auto accident claim?

There is a deadline for filing claims in all cases. Contact Virginia injury lawyer Michael A. Kernbach, Attorney at Law, immediately after a car accident to avoid missing this inflexible statute of limitations deadline for filing.

  • Am I covered under insurance if I am the passenger in a car?

You can file your initial claim with your insurance company if you have coverage. If you do not have coverage, the insurance companies of either the car in which you were a passenger or the driver who ran into you may initially cover your claim for immediate medical treatment.