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  • Lara Gass, Virginia Law Student and Victim of GM's Negligence
    Lara Gass, Virginia Law Student and Victim of GM's Negligence

    By: Joseph Smith Three days. That is how many days after Lara Gass received the recall notice for her 2006 Saturn Ion, that she was killed in an auto accident when she crashed into a tractor-trailer ...

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  • Fatality Rates Are Nearly Three Times Higher in Unlicensed Virginia Daycare Facilities Than Licensed Facilities
    Fatality Rates Are Nearly Three Times Higher in Unlicensed Virginia Daycare Facilities Than Licensed Facilities

    By: Allan M. Siegel In the 1960's the Commonwealth of Virginia ran a highly regulated daycare system. Every person caring for an unrelated child was required to obtain a license through Virginia's ...

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  • Workers' Compensation Can Limit Your Ability to Recover
    Workers' Compensation Can Limit Your Ability to Recover

    By: Matthew Tievsky In a recent decision by the Virginia Supreme Court, the Court affirmed that the family of a deceased police-recruit's family was limited to recovery under the Worker's Compensation ...

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