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The Intersection of Art and Safety: A Creative Approach to Pedestrian Well-being

At Curcio Law, we are committed advocates for pedestrian safety, and we find the recent collaboration between officials in Hyattsville Maryland and artist Graham Coreil-Allen to be both innovative and inspiring. This project represents a growing movement to utilize art as a powerful tool to promote pedestrian safety, addressing the alarming increase in pedestrian fatalities Read More

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Products That Are Trending for the Wrong Reasons

Recent trends have shown an alarming increase in product defects that can pose significant risks to consumers. From exploding vape pens to malfunctioning skateboards, the list is growing, and it’s crucial to be aware of these potential hazards. Here is a semi-comprehensive list of a few products we’ve seen trending recently, for the wrong reasons. Read More

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Paving the Way to Safer Streets

In a previous article we explored the troubling U.S. pedestrian fatality rate and unraveled the causes behind it, drawing insights from the Freakonomics Radio podcast titled “Why Is the U.S. So Good at Killing Pedestrians?” Now we focus on potential solutions that can pave the way to safer streets, protect pedestrians, and ultimately reverse this Read More

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Pedestrian Deaths on the Rise: Fairfax County Tops the List

In 2022, the United States saw approximately 7,508 pedestrian fatalities resulting from motor vehicle collision. This marked the highest pedestrian death count in forty years, as reported by the Governors Highway Safety Association. Pedestrian fatalities have been rising since 2010, a paradox as overall traffic-related deaths decreased between 2007 and 2016. Virginia’s statistics aligned with Read More

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Unraveling the Causes of High Pedestrian Fatalities in the U.S.

Pedestrian fatalities in the United States have reached an alarming high, positioning the country as a leader in this troubling statistic. As highlighted in the Freakonomics Radio podcast episode titled “Why Is the U.S. So Good at Killing Pedestrians?”, the U.S. witnessed over 7,500 pedestrian deaths last year, marking the highest toll in over four Read More

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Firsthand Account: Saluting Fairfax County’s Swift Action in Crisis

It is truly amazing how on any given day, an emergency that threatens life, limb, and property can happen.  After work on Thursday, May 4, I drove to the marina in my neighborhood to attend our monthly membership meeting. As I drove toward the club house, the road was blocked with numerous Fairfax County firetrucks, Read More

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Auto Insurance Coverage for Unexpected Situations: Occupying and Using a Car

Automobile insurance policies are intended to protect drivers and passengers from harm in the event of an accident or injury caused by the use or operation of an automobile. As a recent case of the Virginia Court of Appeals shows, the extent of the coverage provided by your Virginia automobile policy may be broader than Read More

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Curcio Law Enjoys Giving Back

Earlier this month, Justin and Rakin volunteered as judges at the Costello mock trial competition. George Mason University’s (GMU) Antonin Scalia Law School hosted its 16th annual John L. Costello National Criminal Law Trial Advocacy Competition, which featured 31 teams from 21 law schools across the United States. Dozens of GMU students volunteered as witnesses, practicing Read More

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Proposed VA Bill Will Help The Injured Get Justice

Periodically throughout each Virginia Legislature session, we report on Bills that are of interest to our personal injury practice and that our clients and friends may find helpful and informative. One such Bill is House Bill 1440, which addresses an evidentiary issue we often face in cases where the careless driver who was issued a Read More

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Do You Know a Journalist?

As many of you know, one of Curcio Law’s passion projects is to educate the public about the dangers of distracted driving. Over the years, Tom has spoken on this topic at local schools, to newly licensed drivers, and to many local community organizations on behalf of the EndDD.org (End Distracted Driving) campaign. One of Read More

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    Talk to Tom - he’s friendly, sincere and easy to work with. I was seriously hit at 60+mph by a drunk driver running a red light. I interviewed 3 firms and chose Tom/Curcio Law. Glad I did. They were diligent in pursuing my claim and dealing with al...

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    Through no fault of my own, I hurt my leg on the sharp corner of a metal step stool in a public restroom. It was a serious and deep laceration that required prolonged treatment in a hospital wound care center and still impacts my life. Even when othe...

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    I was a passenger in a horrible car accident and sustained injuries. Curcio Law, especially Tom Curcio, fought hard for me and won my injury law suit. This law firm is excellent and I highly recommend them. They are truly the best.

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    Justin was patient and thorough and able to get a great resolution for my family. I would recommend him to help other family and friends.

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    I cannot express in mere simple words how grateful I am for Curcio Law Firm, especially Rakin. I never dreamed, as a pedestrian, while standing and waiting to cross the street in Old Town, Alexandria, VA, that I would be struck by an SUV and live thr...

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