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Archive for October, 2016

Injured in a Virginia Car Wreck? Talk to an Experienced Attorney

Car accidents happen every day.  In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), automobile accidents injured 2.3 million people in the United States in 2014.   In 2015, automobile accidents killed 35,200 people in the United States. These […] » Read More

Car accidents happen every day.  In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), automobile accidents injured 2.3 million people in the United States in 2014.   In 2015, automobile accidents killed 35,200 people in the United States. These […] » Read More


D C Accident Lawyer Discusses Three Motorcycle Safety Myths

Our beliefs guide our actions. Unfortunately, they aren’t always true and may cause serious safety issues especially when they apply to motorcycling. People often believe motorcycling misconceptions because they may have a common sense “ring of truth” about them, or […] » Read More

Our beliefs guide our actions. Unfortunately, they aren’t always true and may cause serious safety issues especially when they apply to motorcycling. People often believe motorcycling misconceptions because they may have a common sense “ring of truth” about them, or […] » Read More


Did road debris play a role in your traffic crash?

When we hear about traffic accidents on the local news, or notice articles about collisions as we scroll through our Facebook feed, road debris usually doesn’t come up as a cause of accidents. For the most part, debris gets mentioned as […] » Read More

When we hear about traffic accidents on the local news, or notice articles about collisions as we scroll through our Facebook feed, road debris usually doesn’t come up as a cause of accidents. For the most part, debris gets mentioned as […] » Read More


Pedestrian Traffic Accidents Cost Lives

Although safety is the top priority of the U.S. Department of Transportation, there is one area that is not becoming more protected. Pedestrian safety has decreased. The number of pedestrian accidents were one of the few to increase in the […] » Read More

Although safety is the top priority of the U.S. Department of Transportation, there is one area that is not becoming more protected. Pedestrian safety has decreased. The number of pedestrian accidents were one of the few to increase in the […] » Read More



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