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Virginia: Let your Delegate know you want better protections

Virginia: Let your Delegate know you want better protections

We are in support of several bills that would benefit you, our client, and we’re helping to get the word out with the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association to advocate for the passage of these bills. They have already passed the Senate of Virginia and are now being reviewed by the House of Delegates during this… read more

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How to Prove Negligence Was the Cause of Your Injury

If you were injured in an accident in Virginia, you will need to prove negligence to recover compensation, in most cases. Negligence is an important legal doctrine you must understand before you begin an injury claim. It will be up to you to establish someone else’s negligence using clear and convincing evidence. Proving negligence is… read more

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Factors That Can Affect Your Injury Claim

Injury claims are complicated legal matters with many variables that can affect their timelines and dollar values. If you were injured in an accident in Virginia and wish to pursue compensation for your losses, consider the common factors that may apply to your claim and affect its outcome. Understanding these factors can allow you to… read more

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What Evidence Should I Gather After a Car Accident?

It can be tricky to navigate a car accident insurance claim and recover fair compensation for your losses. Insurance companies are experts at making a profit by denying valid claims and reducing settlement awards. The more information and evidence you gather after a car accident in Virginia, the stronger your claim will be. The evidence… read more

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What Can I Do If I’m Unhappy With My Settlement?

An accident can cause drastic losses, including property damage, medical expenses and lost wages. Moving on from an accident often requires obtaining financial compensation to make up for these losses. Whether or not an insurance provider offers a fair settlement, however, depends on the case. If you are unhappy with your settlement, you may be… read more

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Who Is Liable for a Car Accident Caused by Bad Road Conditions?

Not all roads in Richmond are suitable for traffic. Many contain bad road conditions, such as cracked asphalt and uneven surfaces, that increase the odds of car accidents. If a dangerous road condition caused your car accident in Virginia, you may still have grounds for an insurance claim – even without a second driver available…. read more

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Can a Pre-Existing Condition Affect My Personal Injury Claim?

If you get into an accident as someone with a pre-existing condition or injury, this could complicate your insurance claim. Insurance companies are notorious for making it more difficult for clients with pre-existing conditions to recover fair compensation. You have the right to obtain fair damages, however, even with existing medical problems. Protect these rights… read more

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Can a Personal Injury Case Ever Be Reopened?

The conclusion of your personal injury case may be something you welcome with relief. If your claim succeeded, you will finally receive a check to cover your health care expenses and other losses from an accident. What if, however, your injuries worsen after you settle? Can you reopen your personal injury case? The short answer… read more

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What Is a Contingency Fee Agreement?

How someone will pay for a lawyer during an injury claim is a common concern. The average accident victim has thousands of dollars in medical expenses, along with being unable to work due to the injury. It may be impossible for the victim to afford attorney’s fees on top of accident-related expenses. Fortunately, most personal… read more

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What Are Common Defenses Used in Car Accidents?

In most cases, before you receive financial compensation for your car accident damages in Virginia, you will need to prove the other party’s fault and liability. You or your car accident attorney will use evidence, eyewitnesses and expert witnesses to prove the defendant’s negligence. In return, the defendant will have the chance to defend him… read more

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