By Tom Curcio | Published July 19, 2016 | | |
Sometimes when I’m driving, especially in Northern Virginia, I wish all drivers were part of a hive mind. With one mind we can anticipate everything because we all share the same thoughts. It’s this aspect I wish I had when driving because then we might all know when people were changing lanes. I am talking Read MoreRead More
Between Snowzilla last weekend and The Great Freeze this past week, winter is finally upon us and making up for the lost time. It was fun at first, jumping into snowdrifts that covered our heads, getting a few days off (or if you’re a teacher, a full week), but with all this snow and ice, Read MoreRead More
Driving through Old Town every day, I worry about cyclists and pedestrians crossing King Street when I have the green light. It’s important to learn the lay of the land, and the rules related to cyclists. Equipment First off, in Alexandria, Fairfax, Prince William, Manassas, in fact, in every county and city in Northern Virginia, Read MoreRead More
Oftentimes when potential clients call Curcio Law the first question they ask is, “How much will your services cost me?” When someone has just been in an accident, they’re vulnerable, hurt, and uncertain about the future, and the last thing they should have to worry about is how much their lawyer is going to cost. Read MoreRead More
The brain is a prized possession in the modern world. Sure, jocks always get the girls, but pop culture icons like Jimmy Neutron, Artemis Fowl, Tony Stark, and Stewie Griffith dominate our society with examples of how intelligence can trump even the most macho of the jocks. But our brains are fragile, and in the Read MoreRead More
You’re flying down 395, at the legal speed of 55 mph of course, and in the car next to you is the most adorable Labrador Retriever. It’s got its head out the driver-side window, tongue-wagging, ears flapping, almost laughing with joy. Then it hops back in and sticks his head out the passenger side window, Read MoreRead More
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration distracted driving is just as dangerous as drunk driving. Over the last few decades, outreach groups like MADD (Moms Against Drunk Driving), have created a social stigma and societal push back against drunk driving. And rightly so, as to purposefully dull your senses and take command of Read MoreRead More
Car companies market “smart dashes” as the newest in safe driving technology. They insist the new screens will make driving less dangerous because of well-integrated voice controls and large touch screens that will keep drivers from fumbling with more dangerous mobile devices. Instead of looking down at your phone, you can dictate text messages to Read MoreRead More
Picture this familiar rush of the morning: “Mom, I can’t find my other shoe!” “Dad, did you sign my note?” “Sally’s hogging the bathroom!” “I don’t want to get up!” Sometimes you don’t know where one child begins, and you end. You’re grabbing your keys, someone’s math book, your phone, holding back the dog as Read MoreRead More
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