Most states have laws that give rights to people even if they were partly at fault. However, NOT IN VIRGINIA. In Virginia, if you are found to be just 1% at fault for the accident, you can be prevented from recovering anything! This area remains one of the most challenging of personal injury law and is a good reason to contact an experienced accident/injury law firm to help you.
Car Accidents Blog Posts:
Should You Take an Uber or an Ambulance to the Hospital after an Accident?
2019 poses some interesting questions for us when it comes to what to do after a car accident. We no longer need to carry disposable cameras in our glovebox as everyone has a phone with a camera built
Virginia State Police Cite 300 Drivers For Texting While Driving
Virginia state police have handed out more than 300 tickets for texting while driving since the day it became a primary offense on July 1, 2013, reports InsideNova.com. A primary offense means that
Exchanging Car Accident Information in 2021
Code of Virginia § 46.2-894 notes that for collisions that result in injuries, death, or property damage, you must exchange information with the other driver. You’re required to give your:
Protecting Virginia Senior Citizens From Accidental Fires and Falls
Adults who are 65 and over face risks inside the home that most of us do not face. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, fires and falls are the leading causes of death and