By Rakin Hamad | Published September 26, 2022 | |
With the unfortunate news of the Queen passing and the subsequent induction ceremony of King Charles III, we thought this would be a good time to explain sovereign immunity in Virginia. You may wonder how the royal family in England relates to sovereign immunity in Virginia. Still, the truth is that sovereign immunity in Virginia Read MoreRead More
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 MoreRead More
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 MoreRead More
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 MoreRead More
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 MoreRead More
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 MoreRead More
The purpose of article is to explain the basic elements of a car insurance policy. All too often, we discover that a client’s insurance policy doesn’t adequately cover the injuries they sustain due to someone else’s negligence, especially in car accident cases. Don’t let this happen to you! Since we first recorded the video referenced Read MoreRead More
Experienced personal injury lawyers know that there are three pillars needed to pursue a successful personal injury case on behalf of their client. First, the lawyer must be able to prove the negligence or fault of the person, causing the injury. Second, the lawyer must be able to prove that the at-fault person caused the Read MoreRead More
Homeowner’s insurance coverage covers your home and your assets from certain loses that may occur. But what about injuries to someone else? What about injuries to someone else not on your property? Injuries on the Property Homeowner’s insurance typically includes liability coverage to the homeowner for injuries sustained by someone while on the homeowner’s property. Read MoreRead More
"$2,000,000.00 Auto Pedestrian Hit by Car / Brain Injury"
"$2,000,000.00 Pedestrian Hit By Bus / Broken Foot, Surgery Complications & Partial Choroidal Detachment"
"$2,000,000.00 Wrongful Death Settlement"
"$1,900,000.00 Pedestrian Hit By Truck / Fractured Pelvis & Multiple Surgeries"
"$1,500,000.00 Auto Accident / Wrongful Death"
"$1,200,000.00 Auto Accident / Broken Neck, Punctured Lung"
"$847,500.00 Dangerous Dog Bite / Facial Injury, Scarring"
"$600,000.00 Tractor Trailer Crash / Neck Injury, requiring surgery"
"$595,000.00 (Jury Verdict) Auto Accident / Broken Foot"
"$546,905.00 Auto Accident / Neck injury, Herniated Disc"