Each state has its own time period within which a personal injury claim must be brought, based upon a number of different factors. This is referred to as the statue of limitations. In Virginia, the statute of limitations is generally 2 years from the date of the accident.
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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
Injured at Work: Common Construction Site Injuries
Our Injured at Work series highlights the fields with the highest risk of injuries in the workplace. Do you have an industry in mind that you would like us to cover? If so, message us on Facebook.
Is My Personal Injury Settlement Taxable in Virginia?
Let’s see those hands in the air: High fives all around for the conclusion of tax season! The tax preparers and accountants who thrive on the adrenaline that comes only during the first two
Evidence in Injury Claims – Facts
Evidence in Injury Claims The outcome of every trial whether it involves an accident or defective product is dependent upon the evidence that is presented during the trial. Often this evidence