Road Debris

Accidents happen for all variety of reasons, but what do you do when there’s just a huge sofa in the freeway? From fallen furniture to dropped cargo from semi-trucks, it’s easy for debris to end up on the roadway. So what should you do in these situations? The best you can to avoid road debris,…

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Virginia Car Wreck Attorney

It’s a pretty massive topic of debate, what is a serious car accident, and does yours count as serious? While any Virginia car wreck attorney will argue that the degree of a crash is subjective, it’s clear that a fender bender and getting overrun by a semi-truck are not the same thing. Fender-Benders and Scrapes…

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Do you tell your friends that you had a drunk driving accident? Doesn’t that make it sound like you were the one behind the wheel? It does because usually the one at-fault is the only person who stands to benefit from calling any part of the situation an accident. So what should everyone else call…

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Passenger Injuries

You can submit a claim as a passenger, although many people aren’t sure how to manage it because you’re not calling your insurance company to report the wreck. How can you file a claim if you don’t go through your insurance policy? Don’t worry, because you can get your claim files, and get the compensation…

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Driver Refuses to Exchange Information

Every driver in Virginia should know exactly what to do when you’re in a crash. But what happens when the other driver feels like you’re fishing for more information than you need? What if the other driver refuses to exchange information? You can argue that you need it, or simply remove yourself from the situation.…

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Can’t Drive After a Wreck

Not being able to drive is an umbrella problem because you’re looking at possible property damage or injuries. You could be unable to drive because a truck accident left you paralyzed and, thus, unable to drive a traditional vehicle. You may also be unable to drive because your car was totaled, which means it’s a…

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