Virginia Auto Wreck Attorneys

More than enough people are prepared for their first car accident. They know that they need their driver’s license, insurance information, and to take pictures at the scene. But what do you do when you’re the passenger in an accident? Who do you call? What insurance company will protect you? Unfortunately, the answer is that…

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PTSD from a Crash

Few people expect as serious diagnosis as PTSD from a crash. Even a crash that seemed relatively minor can leave a person psychologically unable to resume day-to-day life. What you should expect in working with your diagnosis after a crash will depend entirely on you. The high risk of developing PTSD after a car accident…

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Failure to Yield Accidents

You’re waiting patiently. You get the green light, and you go ahead through the intersection. Then suddenly hit on the driver’s side with someone who decided to turn left on your green light. This is a classic failure-to-yield situation. Often these failure-to-yield accidents result in much more injury given the angle of impact. We use…

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Parking Lot Accidents

All across the US, during the stay-at-home orders, people were still congregating in grocery stores and retail outlet parking lots. Many thought that as long as they stayed in their vehicles, it was an exception to the social distancing guidelines. Unfortunately, with so many people in such a small space, it led to many parking…

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Swerving to Avoid a Crash

It happens to many of us. You see an accident that is imminent, and instead of crashing into another vehicle, you swerve. But swerving to avoid a crash can lead to another crash or possibly a single-vehicle accident. So what are your options to resolve this then, and what should you do about your injuries?…

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Pre-Existing Condition

If you have rheumatoid arthritis, MS, epilepsy, or any other pre-existing condition, one crash can drastically change your progress. Even someone with a past injury such as a brain injury, or hip injury, can still pursue full compensation. The common argument against this, however, is that it’s not the other driver’s fault that you previously…

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Knee Injuries

Knee injuries during auto accidents are more common after side, T-bone, and front-end collisions. Often the knee injury stems from the vehicle impact and pinning the knee or the force of the crash, shoving the knee against an object within the car. Knee injuries are often severe and are likely going to put you out…

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Street Racing

Street racing happened long before the days of The Fast and The Furious. However, it seems that now it’s much more known whereas before it sat in the seedy underbelly of big cities. You can easily imagine a slew of cars drifting and jetting through big city streets in the dead of night. That’s not…

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