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Archive: Personal Injury

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Accidents happen all of the time in Virginia and leave victims with serious injuries that are costly to treat. To help cover these costs, injured individuals can file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party. Through these claims, victims…

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Dog Bite Statistics in Virginia More than 36% of U.S. households own at least one dog. They provide many benefits to owner.   Help to reduce stress. Allow opportunities to get exercise. Serve as great companions for children. For many…

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Arbitration is increasingly playing a role in personal injury claims in Virginia and in many other parts of the country. It is a type of “alternative dispute resolution.” In other words, it is an alternative to taking a case to…

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Man filing lawsuit to government.

Most injuries are caused by private citizens and employees of companies. However, sometimes, government employees make mistakes that can cause serious harm to the public. For instance, the driver of a county-owned garbage truck may run a red light. Whatever…

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Not all personal injury cases go to trial. Many plaintiffs reach a result by going through a form of alternative dispute resolution such as arbitration or mediation. For this reason, you should understand how those processes work as well as…

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Two lawyers discussing settlement on personal injury claim.

A successful personal injury claim can help you to recover from an accident by providing financial compensation for your injuries. The majority of cases end in a settlement. However, an experienced lawyer will always prepare each case as if it…

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Our Virginia Dog Bite Attorney s discuss Virginia leash laws.

Dog bites pose a serious problem in Virginia and across the country. The American Veterinary Medical Association reports that, each year, dogs bite or attack an estimated 4.5 million people in the U.S., with roughly one out of every five…

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Our Richmond pedestrian accident lawyers discuss what you should do after a pedestrian accident.

Unfortunately, pedestrian accidents frequently occur in Richmond and throughout Virginia. The Virginia Highway Safety Office (VHSO) reports that 1,718 pedestrians suffered injuries in collisions with motor vehicles in Virginia in 2015 alone, while 78 pedestrians died from their injuries. At…

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