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Distance Communication

How Does Distance Communication Work With an Attorney?

We are living in the days of distance communication. While some time ago, distance communication was limited to phone calls and emails, recent jumps in technology have made video chat and more available. Imagine being able to meet with your auto collision attorney in Virginia Beach from your hospital room. Or if instead of trying…

Failure to Yield Accidents

Getting Compensation for Failure-to-yield 

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…

Richmond Crash Victim

Richmond Crash Victim Leaves 4 Surviving Children

On Tuesday June 9th the Richmond Police Department responded to a fiery crash that involved only a 37-year-old local man. That man, Terral L. Tyler, was driving along the 1800 Block on Brook Road and departed the roadway. Police note that he was driving Southbound, when he came into contact with a concrete planter, then…

Parking Lot Accidents

Parking Lot Accidents Increase In Grocery and Retail Areas

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…

Fatal Crash in Early June

Fatal Crash in Early June Involves Horse

A fatal crash in early June resulted in one horse and one person dying, and a man being in critical condition. The Virginia State Police responded to the accident on Route 23 running through Scott County. The crash happened as a 2008 Hyundai Accent was going South along Route 23 when it hit a horse…

Swerving to Avoid a Crash

What Happens When Avoiding One Crash Leads To Another?

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?…

Pre-Existing Condition

What To Do When You Have a Car Crash Claim With a 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…

Richmond Police Chase

Richmond Police Chase Includes Virginia State Trooper Crash

On May 19th, the police began a pursuit with an Audi that was driving erratically and nearly struck multiple vehicles. The Richmond police chase began around the 76-mile marker on Interstate-95.  Initially, a Virginia State Trooper began the pursuit and attempted to stop the vehicle when activating his emergency equipment. The Audi did not stop…

Knee Injuries

Knee Injuries from Car Accidents

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…

GRTC Bus Accident

GRTC Bus and Vehicle Accident Leaves Victims with Critical Injuries

The driver of a small sedan jumped the median on East Broad Street, eventually causing an accident with a GRTC bus right around 9 in the evening. This crash happened in the 1400 block of Broad Street and that officers were on the scene quickly. The driver suffered critical injuries and was taken to the…