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Think Before You Tweet: Could this update negatively affect my personal injury claim in Northern Virginia?
It almost seems like every time we turn around, there’s a new social media platform creeping into mainstream popularity — or should we say cultural obsession? Such sites as Facebook, Twitter and
Virginia Woman Can’t Sue Church For Hurt Leg Under Charitable Immunity
A Westmoreland County circuit judge has decided that a woman who suffered a broken leg while leaving a funeral reception at a church cannot sue for her injuries because of Virginia’s charitable
Lawsuit Against Family Dollar Stores Dropped
Nearly two years after filing a lawsuit against Family Dollar Stores of Texas, Mary Jane Walters (plaintiff) has now filed a notice of dismissal with prejudice to dismiss all claims against Family
Family of Electrocuted Chesapeake Boy Receives $4.675 Million In Settlement
The family of a Chesapeake, VA boy who was electrocuted as the result of an improperly cut cable in the family’s backyard has won $4.675 million in settlement money, reports PilotOnline.com.