By dianaeastty | Published October 31, 2016 | | |
Cobwebs in the air, orange and purple lights flashing, ghouls swaying in the wind– it must be All Hallows Eve! Try not to light the Black Flame Candle, get back from Halloweentown before midnight, and try not to get rocks in your candy bag! Fun cultural references aside, tonight is one of the most dangerous Read MoreRead More
Domestic Violence is a difficult subject to broach. Many people don’t even know what Domestic Violence truly is, so we decided to begin our blog series with defining Domestic Violence. Domestic Violence is legally defined as, “The pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power Read MoreRead More
When October comes around most people are thinking of Halloween, cooler weather, Pumpkin Spice Lattes, apple picking, and if you’re Costco, the winter holidays. However, what most people do not realize that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. A topic many would rather sweep under the rug than come to terms with, Domestic Violence happens Read MoreRead More
The weather may be cooling off, the sun is lower when we leave the office, and yellow menaces are back on the road, all signs that children are back in school. Now, while you may lament the added traffic and curse the day you leave after the bus, making you 20 minutes late for work, Read MoreRead More
It has been 15 years since the September 11th attacks. 15 years since Al-Qaeda launched one of the largest acts of terrorism against the United States, leaving an indelible mark on our countryside and lives. Four hijackings, four crashes, and over 3,000 lives lost made our world seem broken. They had destroyed our Twin Towers, Read MoreRead More
THEY’RE HERE! DRIVERLESS CARS ARE ALREADY AMONG US Just last week our office manager was driving on the George Washington Memorial Parkway when she glanced to her right and was shocked to see that the “driver” of the vehicle in the lane next to her was reading the newspaper. After adjusting her speed to move Read MoreRead More
When I was first hired by , every day was a dream. I was so happy to have a job, to be working, I was willing to do anything around the office. I imagined my life would be a lot like Anne Hathaway’s in The Devil Wears Prada, picking up Harry Potter books and coffee Read MoreRead More
It was the summer of 2013. I was driving to visit my then boyfriend, who lived out in the boonies of Southwest Virginia. A lovely area, I was not thoroughly practiced in driving there and thus, was driving a bit more carefully than I normally did. My GPS, Saxton Hale, had crisply told me in Read MoreRead More
All parents reading this, breathe a sigh of relief! Those sleeping giants, midnight snacking, grunting, somewhat smelly individuals are returning to their safe haven called college this week. Sure, you may need to help them move all of their stuff back into a dorm room which makes the HGTV Tiny House look like a mansion; Read MoreRead More
has been busy the last few weeks! On Friday, we hosted our Day of Action, where we went to the Alexandria Dunbar Olympic Boys and Girls Club and helped them out with their own Summer Olympic Games! Much like Rio at the moment, the weather was a bit iffy, so we kept the festivities indoors, Read MoreRead More
Tom Curcio, the driving force behind Curcio Law, is a dedicated trial lawyer with more than 35 years of experience in Northern Virginia. He has dedicated his career to representing people who have been seriously injured through no fault of their own. He works tirelessly to obtain the compensation his clients are legally entitled to…
Rakin Hamad is a recent graduate of the George Mason Law School and joined Curcio Law as an associate in August 2018. Rakin works closely with Tom Curcio and staff in preparing cases from the initial client meeting through trial and has been a perfect fit for the firm. During law school, Rakin interned at…
Julia Martinez, a Florida native, joined Curcio Law as a paralegal in 2013. She began her legal career in 1998 working at a personal injury firm that primarily handled automobile accidents, slip and falls, and products liability cases. Then, in 2008 she expanded her knowledge by working at two other law firms. She obtained her…
As the firm’s office manager, Kathy McAfee is dedicated to making sure the office runs smoothly and that the team has what it needs by way of resources, technology, and supplies to best serve our clients. Kathy graduated with a B.A. in Sociology from Roanoke College in 1986 and afterward, returned to Alexandria. She began…
Maureen Burke was born and raised in the Boston, Massachusetts area and relocated to the Alexandria area in 1984 where she and her husband raised their three children. Maureen graduated with a BS in Nursing from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire and an MS in Nursing from George Mason University. Maureen has worked at…
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