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Road Rage & Aggressive Driving

In the Commonwealth of Virginia, drivers are expected to know and obey the rules of the road and drive safely and responsibly. Unfortunately, some drivers intentionally disregard the safety of other drivers and road users, vent their anger toward others, or drive aggressively.

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Who to Sue After a Semi-Truck Accident

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), over 4,000 people died in 2020 as a result of a semi-truck accident. The vast majority of these victims (68%) were the occupants of cars and other passenger vehicles.

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Distracted Driving Laws in Virginia

Distracted driving is among the leading causes of traffic collisions in Virginia and across the United States. According to statistics from Virginia’s DMV, there were 20,918 total crashes involving distracted drivers in 2021, causing 11,297 injuries and 117 fatalities.

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Why You Should Seek Medical Attention After A Car Accident

Every single day more than 160 Virginia residents are injured in car accidents across the state. From minor parking lot collisions to high-speed highway wrecks, being involved in any type of car accident can lead to a troublesome outcome that can significantly affect your life.

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How Much is My Case Worth?

Accidents are an all-too-common part of life. In some cases, they can have devastating outcomes. According to Drive Smart Virginia, 161 people were injured each day in 2021 due to car accidents in the state, and the expenses related to these crashes can be far reaching.

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I Was Involved in a Hit and Run. Do I Still Have a Case?

Hit-and-run accidents can be frightening, or even overwhelming. In 2020, there were more than 4,700 of these kinds of accidents in Virginia. Although being involved in a hit-and-run incident may make finding compensation more difficult, it is not impossible. You just need an experienced personal injury attorney to help.

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Can I Sue the City If I Was Hurt on the Bus?

Riding buses is often safer than riding in smaller vehicles, but accidents do occur. The Virginia Department of Education reports that for 2020-2021, school buses were involved in 75 accidents with 11 students injured. Similar statistics for public transportation buses are harder to come by.

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My Loved One Was Killed by a Drunk Driver. What Happens Now?

Drunk driving is responsible for many traffic crashes and fatalities in Virginia and across the United States. According to the 2020 Traffic Crash Facts from Virginia’s Department of Motor Vehicles, there were 6,624 alcohol-related crashes statewide, causing 3,986 injuries and 272 fatalities.

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Avoid These Mistakes After an Accident

According to statistics from the 2020 Virginia Traffic Crash Facts, there were 105,600 total traffic crashes in Virginia, causing 52,668 injuries and 847 fatalities. Being involved in an accident can be a difficult and emotional experience.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Speaking with an Insurance Adjuster

A driver runs through a red light and hits your car in the intersection. By the time you get home from the emergency room, the other driver’s insurance adjuster is calling. The adjuster sounds friendly and wants to ask you a few questions; however, if you give the insurance adjuster any information, it can be used against you.

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