By Justin Curcio | Published September 14, 2022 | |
Jury selection, also known as voir dire (Latin for “speak the truth), is the beginning of any jury trial and is the first time the parties address the jurors that will be hearing their case. There is a wealth of literature on the philosophy of voir dire and the importance of making a great first Read MoreRead More
Medical illustrations are an important tool in proving damages in a plaintiff’s personal injury case. A medical illustration is a visual depiction of an injury or a procedure performed on the injured party. When a medical expert explains how a person was injured, many medical terms are used, and the average juror is unfamiliar with Read MoreRead More
When you cannot settle your personal injury case, the next step is to file a lawsuit. After you have filed your lawsuit, the discovery process begins. After discovery is concluded and any necessary pre-trial motions are heard, the issues in the case become more apparent and become the focus of your trial preparation. When gearing Read MoreRead More
Thanksgiving is an excellent time of year to catch up with friends and family, kick back and relax over the extended weekend, overindulging in food and football. However, it is important to remember that Thanksgiving is one of the most heavily traveled times of the year. There are more cars on the road than usual, Read MoreRead More
As we enter the second half of the summer, it is essential for boaters and their passengers to refresh some boater safety guidelines. Unfortunately, here in Northern Virginia, boating accidents and drownings occur on the Potomac River every year. These boating-related accidents, injuries, and deaths can be avoided by taking proper measures. First and foremost, Read MoreRead More
How Valuable is Expert Testimony in Virginia Civil Cases? Expert testimony is an important part of most trials and typically makes all the difference in proving your case and is particularly true in personal injury cases. Medical doctors play an important role in personal injury cases because of their expertise in diagnosing, treating, and causally Read MoreRead More
What you need to know about Subpoenas in Virginia Civil Matters In Virginia, two frequently used subpoenas can be served to assist a party in a civil matter to further aid in discovery or at trial. Those two types of subpoenas are a subpoena duces tecum and a witness subpoena. Subpoena duces tecum A subpoena Read MoreRead More
Discovery: Medical Examinations You filed a lawsuit after being unable to settle your personal injury claim and are now undergoing the pre-trial discovery phase. This phase is complex, as it typically consists of several discovery tools used to gather admissible evidence relevant to your case. Discovery tools include depositions, interrogatories, requests for production of documents, Read MoreRead More
The purpose of this video is to explain the basic elements of a car insurance policy. All too often, we discover that a client’s insurance policy doesn’t adequately cover the injuries they sustain due to someone else’s negligence, especially in car accident cases. Don’t let this happen to you! Using a sample “declarations page,” we Read MoreRead More
All of us at Curcio Law are committed to improving our knowledge and skills to ensure we are always prepared to represent our clients’ best interests. We are all active members of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (VTLA), a state-wide organization dedicated to enhancing trial lawyers’ knowledge, skills, and professionalism. VTLA recently started a book Read MoreRead More
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