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Northern Virginia Magazine’s Top Lawyers – Personal Injury Plaintiff

In the December 2023 edition, Northern Virginia Magazine featured Thomas Curcio on the 2023 list of Top Lawyers for the region in personal injury. This acknowledgment reflects Tom’s continuous commitment to his clients and his profession. It adds to a notable career, including consistent listings in the Best Lawyers in America since 2007, earning the Read More

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Attorney Rakin Hamad: Securing a $300,000 Settlement for a Hit-and-Run Victim

In a recent lawsuit in which a pedestrian was badly injured by a hit-and-run driver on Backlick road in Springfield Virginia, a $300,000 settlement was achieved by Attorney Rakin R. Hamad for his client. The incident involved a 60-year-old man who was walking back to his home on the morning of the accident, when he Read More

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A Victory for Resilience: A $500,000 Settlement Story with Attorney Tom Curcio

In April of 2022, a car struck a pedestrian, an active retired 83-year-old lady while she was legally walking through a crosswalk in Arlington, Virginia. Underneath the car, she was pulled roughly 70 ft, resulting in the scalping of the left side of her head and the degloving of her right hand, multiple broken bones, Read More

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A Landmark $36 Million “Bad Faith” Verdict Against Auto Insurance Company

According to the original report by the Albuquerque Journal, A Santa Fe jury has awarded a Valencia County family a staggering $36 million in damages following a lawsuit against State Farm Insurance. The lawsuit was prompted by a fatal head-on collision that occurred in 2017, taking the life of a young woman, Andrea Lovato, and Read More

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Cruise Vehicle Recall: A Closer Look at Self-Driving Vehicle Safety and Legal Implications

The future was supposed to be breezy with the embrace of self-driving cars. However a recent recall involving Cruise vehicles, a subsidiary of General Motors (GM), highlights the considerable hurdles still looming and has cast a shadow over this technology’s reliability. The Incident In the streets of San Francisco in October 2023, a Cruise vehicle Read More

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Curcio Law Participates in United Community’s Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive

Curcio Law is proud to announce its recent collaboration with United Community in sponsoring their Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. As a firm deeply committed to community service, we are thrilled to have played a role in this initiative. This year the program will enable over 600 local families to celebrate Thanksgiving with all the necessary Read More

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Curcio Law Recognized in the 2024 Edition of Best Law Firms®

Curcio Law is honored to announce our recognition in the 2024 edition of Best Law Firms®, ranked by Best Lawyers®. Our firm has been regionally ranked Tier 1 in the area of Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs for Washington, D.C. This recognition is not just a testament to our legal expertise, but also a reflection 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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Thomas Curcio Honored with VADA-VTLA Civility and Professionalism Award

Curcio Law is proud to announce that Thomas Curcio will be presented the distinguished Civility and Professionalism Award by the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys (VADA) at its Annual meeting on October 26. The annual Civility and Professionalism Award, a collaborative initiative between the VADA and the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (VTLA), is extended to Read More

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Premises Liability: Autumn Hazards and Personal Injury Claims

While snuggling up in your go-to sweater and indulging in a pumpkin spice latte, let’s have a little talk about premises liability during the fall. It’s a legal concept designed to remind owners of all kinds of properties – private, commercial, or public – to keep them safe for guests, workers, or tenants. Because when Read More

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