In a traffic accident, damage to the brain can happen in seconds. The effects can last a lifetime. Despite safety laws and education, traffic accidents injure thousands of people every year. Indeed, vehicle crashes are the second leading cause of traumatic brain injury. Potentially draining your life savings and inflicting horrible pain and suffering, it’s important…

No one imagines when they climb into a car and buckle up that they’re going to be in car accident that day. And although we have air bags and higher safety standards to protect drivers, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children age 4 and every age from 11 to 24,…

The Hampton Roads region  is well-known for a number of things.  One of which is the beautiful scenery that one can experience while traveling the area on a motorcycle.  While motorcycle accidents have seen a decline throughout Virginia over the past few years, they still happen far too often.  In many instances motorcycle operators and…

There is never a good time for a car accident.  Nobody ever expects to be involved in one.  I have been working with injured people for 26 years here in Hampton Roads and I consistently find myself having to undo client misperceptions. Today I will address a few of questions that we routinely receive when we are meeting with new prospective…

Source The Washington Post http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/virginia-politics/mcauliffe-hits-first-bump-in-the-road-since-taking-office-with-liquor-board-appointment/2014/01/15/8b181df0-7e1d-11e3-95c6-0a7aa80874bc_story.html By Laura Vozzella, Published: January 15, 2014 RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe fired both members of the state’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board before getting replacements installed days later, creating a brief power vacuum that led to the dismissal of a criminal case brought by ABC agents. McAuliffe (D) resolved the…

Posted: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 10:32 pm | Updated: 9:20 am, Thu Jan 16, 2014. by K. Burnell Evans Gov. Terry McAuliffe appointed two commissioners to the state Alcoholic Beverage Control board Wednesday, riling rival Republicans while ending a four-day vacuum of power at the embattled agency. GOP operative Boyd Gov. Terry McAuliffe appointed two…

By Julian Walker The Virginian-Pilot © June 2, 2010 RICHMOND Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has endured his share of criticism for some of the legal fights he’s picked as the state’s top prosecutor. Now he’s getting grief for not joining a particular courtroom battle. Cuccinelli has declined to join in a free-speech case heading…

The Associated Press © March 23, 2011 By Dena Potter RICHMOND A former German diplomat’s son who is serving life in prison for killing two people is hoping new evidence will win his parole. Meanwhile, the woman convicted of helping him kill her parents maintains they are both guilty and belong in prison. On Monday,…

By Duane Bourne The Virginian-Pilot VIRGINIA BEACH – The father of one of two teens killed in a March crash that police say was caused by a drunken driver has filed a $10 million lawsuit against a restaurant that served the man alcohol and allowed him to drive. In the lawsuit, David Kunhardt claimed that…

No matter what industry you work in, accidents on the job can happen. In fact, nearly 4 million workers are seriously injured on the job every year, according to the United States Department of Labor. If you’ve been injured at work, chances are you will be asked to fill out workers’ compensation paperwork. Think carefully…

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