What happens when the other driver lies to his insurance company? I was injured in a car accident and found out that the driver told his insurer that no one else was hurt. Can I still obtain compensation?

If you have a police report that shows that the accident did occur and how it happened, the fact that the driver provided false information to his insurance company should not influence liability. 

You need to be sure to report the Virginia car accident to your own insurance company right away, as that could help your case.

You may be able to obtain compensation for property damage, medical expenses and other costs associated with the accident.  It wouldn’t be a bad idea to talk with a personal injury lawyer, as most attorneys offer free consultations.

For more information on what to do after a Virginia auto accident, order a free copy of my book, Five Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Injury Claim.