By Tom Curcio | Published May 26, 2021 | |
We are very happy to report that beginning June 1, 2021, passengers in taxicabs permitted to operate in the City of Alexandria will have a minimum of $100,000 of automobile insurance available to them if injured in a crash. This level of coverage is a much-needed increase in coverage and will significantly benefit all who Read MoreRead More
In mid-February, we asked readers of our monthly eNewsletter to make their voices heard regarding pending legislation at the Virginia State House that could affect those who are hurt due to no fault of their own. Here is a quick summary of what happened during the most recent legislative session. What passed? Senate Bill 1182 Read MoreRead More
There has been a tremendous increase in the number of personal injury cases we are handling in which the event has been captured on video. While having such evidence is of tremendous value in evaluating and proving our clients’ cases, obtaining it does require an injured person to seek counsel more promptly than in days Read MoreRead More
Over the past several years, I have been fortunate to be a member of the Injury Board (IB), a group of very experienced, like-minded personal injury lawyers from around the United States and the United Kingdom committed to helping those who have been injured due to the careless conduct of another. There is a tremendous Read MoreRead More
This post was written by Curcio Law Intern, Walter Smith Given the COVID-19 pandemic in the middle of a presidential election year, there is an increased interest in absentee voting. Voters hoping to avoid the potential of getting sick while waiting in line or visiting their designated polling place during election day may be wondering Read MoreRead More
Summer 2020 Addressing the essay prompt: “How best to address the problem of distracted driving?” Authored by Jarrett Scott Tyree Distractions to the human mind are constant and neverending. Our lives are constantly filled with distractions. Much of this is caused by the rise in new advanced technologies that seem as if they require our Read MoreRead More
The novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is not only potentially deadly, but can be transmitted by individuals who are not showing any symptoms, so people might fear that they’ve contracted the illness even if they feel fine. While the virus has existed in the United States for months, obtaining a test is still difficult in Read MoreRead More
Three legs needed for a personal injury case to stand: Liability, Damages, and Insurance Thousands of people are injured every day because of others’ negligence, yet no one expects it to happen to them. If you are injured in an accident, you may feel uncertain about whether you should — or can — take legal 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
The weather may be cooling off, the sun is lower when we leave the office, and yellow school buses 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 Read MoreRead More
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