By Tom Curcio | Published September 10, 2020 | |
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 complete 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
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
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
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
I love snow more than most people. This past week we have been bombarded with news and warnings of Winter Storm Jonas, who is expected to hit the East Coast on Friday. Here is a list of precautions and ways to prepare for the onslaught of winter weather. General Preparation Withdraw cash from an ATM Read MoreRead More
Tom Curcio, the driving force behind Curcio Law, is a dedicated trial lawyer with more than 35 years of experience in Northern Virginia. He has dedicated his career to representing people who have been seriously injured through no fault of their own. He works tirelessly to obtain the compensation his clients are legally entitled to…
Rakin Hamad is a graduate of the George Mason Law School and joined Curcio Law as an associate in August 2018. Rakin works closely with Tom Curcio and staff in preparing cases from the initial client meeting through trial and has been a perfect fit for the firm. During law school, Rakin interned at the…
Justin Curcio received his J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law in 2015, where he was awarded an academic scholarship. During law school, he worked for the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office and the law firm of Bartlett, McDonough & Monaghan, LLP. Justin also spent a semester studying law at the University of Glasgow…
As the firm’s office manager, Kathy McAfee is dedicated to making sure the office runs smoothly and that the team has what it needs by way of resources, technology, and supplies to best serve our clients. Kathy graduated with a B.A. in Sociology from Roanoke College in 1986 and afterward, returned to Alexandria. She began…
Riann Winget, a native Texan, graduated with a BA in Psychology and a Minor in Legal Studies from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017. She was a member of the varsity soccer team, Chi Omega Sorority, and was on the university board for Big Brothers Big Sisters. After graduation, she joined AmeriCorps and taught preschool…
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