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Blog Posts in December, 2013

  • By: Joseph Cammarata Officials from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) – a subsidiary of the U.S. Department of Transportation – recently concluded an eight-month investigation of unsafe bus companies throughout the country. Operation Quick Strike – as the effort was known – involved more than 50 trained investigators who conducted in-depth reviews of ...
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  • Most people are aware that Virginia law requires motor vehicle operators to yield to pedestrians who are in crosswalks. If a driver hits a pedestrian in a crosswalk and the pedestrian is injured, that pedestrian can recover from the driver, right? This is an easy case, right? Not so. Even though a pedestrian in a crosswalk is generally protected by Virginia law, that pedestrian is not without ...
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  • In Kocher v. Campbell, 282 Va. 113 (2011), the Supreme Court of Virginia made it clear that it is imperative for the Virginia personal injury lawyer know if a client has filed or is going to file for bankruptcy. Chapters 13 and 7 bankruptcies are treated differently with respect to personal injury claims, but for the sake of this post we will only be referring to Chapter 7. First, it is essential ...
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  • By: Matthew Tievsky Injury can follow an auto accident, even at low speeds, and even when there is little or no visible damage to your car. (Your car is made of metal and is designed to withstand a crash; you are not!) And probably the most common form of injury that results from an auto accident, is a neck or back injury. Neck and back injuries are generally injuries to the area of the spine, the ...
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  • Uninsured motorists are a serious concern on public roadways. When uninsured drivers are involved in traffic accidents that cause property damage or personal injury, victims are often forced to bear the financial burdens of repairs and medical bills, as well as the emotional turbulence that can accompany physical and financial setbacks. However, when victims have uninsured motorist coverage, they ...
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  • By: Allan Siegel On July 1, Virginia passed a law that would allow law enforcement officers to cite drivers for texting behind the wheel, even if no other traffic violation was committed. According to recently released data, Virginia State Police issued a total of 328 citations for texting while driving from the date the law was passed through September 28. Drivers who receive a ticket must pay a ...
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