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Firearms Offenses in Virginia

Americans have the right to bear arms under the 2nd Amendment, but that right comes with responsibilities. Virginia has numerous laws for firearm offenses, and all of them are quite serious. If you’re facing a firearms offense in Virginia, you need the assistance of a lawyer as soon as possible. A firearms charge can move… read more

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Difference Between a Felony and a Misdemeanor

Virginia law recognizes three kinds of crime: criminal traffic offenses, misdemeanors, and felonies. Traffic offenses carry no criminal record, but felonies and misdemeanors do. What are the differences between these misdemeanors and felonies? The differences between them are crucial for how the consequences will affect your life. Even the most minor of felonies will have… read more

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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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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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4 Apps to Prevent Distracted Driving

Distracted driving causes thousands of traffic deaths in the US each year. It is one of the most common causes of serious and fatal motor vehicle accidents. Driving safely requires every ounce of a driver’s attention. If anything takes a driver’s eyes, hands or mind away from the driving task, that driver may cause a… read more

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Common Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury

by Nikita Wolf, Trial Attorney with the Pendleton Law Team A Traumatic Brain Injury (commonly referred to as “TBI”) is a serious injury that should not be taken lightly.  Many people believe that a person must strike their head on something to suffer this injury, but that is actually not true.  While many TBIs are… read more

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Three Steps for Emergency Care After a Richmond Motorcycle Crash

Three Steps for Handling Emergency Care at the Scene of a Richmond Motorcycle Crash For riders, motorcycle accidents in Richmond can leave a person faced with catastrophic injuries. Not only do motorcyclists not have a seat belt to secure them during impact, but they are also left far more vulnerable because of the lack of barriers… read more

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Four Things You Must Do Following a Truck Accident in Richmond

Truck accidents in Virginia are far different from car crashes. The weight and size differences between the two vehicles that collide lead to catastrophic injuries and damages. Because of the seriousness of most truck collisions, many people are left in a lot of pain and confused about what just happened. During this time, you need… read more

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The Dangers of Texting While Driving

Texting while driving is quickly becoming one of the bigger causes of both minor and major auto accidents. It’s important to not only know how to drive without distraction, but what you can do if you’re the victim of someone who isn’t paying attention. The rise in communications technology has brought with it a bit… read more

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First Steps To Follow After the Death of a Loved One

The period immediately following the death of a family member or loved one can be tumultuous. There are so many things to take care of, so many people to inform – and all the while having to deal with your own sense of loss and grief. It is entirely possible that taking steps in order… read more

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