By Tom Curcio | Published October 15, 2020 | |
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
Curcio Law partnered recently with La Prima Catering to provide lunch to the compassionate United Community staff and volunteers who dedicate their time to serving others. United Community’s mission is to end multi-generational poverty by providing food, education, literacy and citizenship training, and health services to less fortunate residents of the Route One corridor of Read MoreRead More
It has been 15 years since the September 11th attacks. 15 years since Al-Qaeda launched one of the largest acts of terrorism against the United States, leaving an indelible mark on our countryside and lives. Four hijackings, four crashes, and over 3,000 lives lost made our world seem broken. They had destroyed our Twin Towers, Read MoreRead More
has been busy for the last few weeks! On Friday, we hosted our Day of Action, where we went to the Alexandria Dunbar Olympic Boys and Girls Club and helped them out with their own Summer Olympic Games! Much like Rio at the moment, the weather was a bit iffy, so we kept the festivities Read MoreRead More
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
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Graves family, especially as they lay their son Lane to rest this week. As a father of two sons, who as toddlers, splashed in calm waters at many resorts, I can only imagine the pain and grief Matt and Melissa Graves are feeling and will feel their Read MoreRead More
It’s a Monday without work. It’s going to be a glorious day, but is this what Memorial Day is about? Memorial Day is a day of remembrance, it is a day to thank those who have given the ultimate sacrifice to protect our rights as Americans. It is a day to thank those currently serving, Read MoreRead More
Yes, it is nearly that time of the year when roses sell for more than premium gas, and when chocolate is consumed by the ton. It is Valentine’s Day, when a burning love reigns supreme, whether that be the love between two or more people, between a person and their animal(s), or between a person Read MoreRead More
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