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Major Pro-Consumer Auto Insurance Law Passed

We are very excited to report on a significant change to Virginia’s automobile insurance laws passed in this year’s legislative session. This law will significantly benefit consumers by providing the full coverage limits purchased when such limits are needed most. As many of you know, and we have written about before, Virginia law requires that Read More

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Local Courts Hearing Civil Jury Trials Again!

We have now passed the two-year mark for the Covid pandemic. I’m sure it has challenged each of you in many and varied ways, as it has us. Hopefully, similar to all of us at the firm, things in your personal and professional lives are beginning to resemble life pre-Covid. A very welcomed change for Read More

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We Keep An Eye On The Virginia Legislature So You Don’t Have To

As the Virginia Legislature has convened for the 2022 legislative session, several bills are pending that I would like to call to your attention. But before discussing those, a quick reminder that effective January 1, 2022, the mandatory minimum limits of automobile insurance in Virginia have increased from $25,000/person, $50,000/accident to $30,000/person, $60,000/accident. The limits Read More

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The Keys to Success at Trial… Knowing the Jury Instructions!

As in all successful journeys, you must know your ultimate destination at the beginning of the trip. Handling a personal injury case on behalf of a client is a journey that the client and lawyer take together, sometimes taking 2 to 3 years to complete. To be successful on the client’s behalf, the experienced personal Read More

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Briefing: The Injury Board Summit 2021

We have written before about our membership in the Injury Board (IB), which includes a select group of personal injury lawyers from around the US and UK who advocate for safety and consumer issues and believe in giving back to the communities in which they live and work. All of us are past or present Read More

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Virginia Statute Now Makes Penalty Reflect The Crime

A new statute in VA aims to help protect pedestrians, cyclists, and other vulnerable road users. We want to make sure you are aware. Virginia Code § 46.2-816.1, which took effect on July 1, 2020, allows prosecutors to bring more severe criminal charges when a distracted motor vehicle driver injures a vulnerable road user.  A Read More

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Please Review Your Insurance Policy Now!

Rakin, Justin, and I take great pride in helping our clients rebuild their lives with dignity after suffering an injury or losing a loved one due to no fault of their own. On a very practical level, our ability to do so is controlled by the amount of insurance available to compensate our clients. Having Read More

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Disturbing Rash of Accidents Involving Motorists and Pedestrians/Cyclists

For our clients, colleagues, friends, and neighbors who live in the Alexandria area of Fairfax County, the past two weeks have brought sad and alarming news. On June 3, 2021, a fatal motor vehicle collision occurred involving a cyclist struck while crossing Telegraph Road at Franconia Road. And just 2 hours later, a pedestrian was Read More

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Taxicab Passengers In Alexandria City Gain Added Insurance Protection

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 More

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Keeping An Eye On The Virginia State House

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 More

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