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Can I Claim Worker’s Compensation Benefits and Personal Injury Benefits from the Same Accident in Virginia?

An American worker spends a minimum of 2,080 hours annually working for their employer. Most workers work their entire careers without sustaining an injury, but some do. A growing number of workers have sustained serious injuries on the job site, underlining the likelihood of such accidents occurring. If you have sustained injuries at your job…

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Man Killed in Virginia Car Accident on I-64 at King St

One man was killed in a Virginia car accident involving four vehicles in the westbound lanes of Interstate 64 near King Street in Hampton on Friday, November 11th. The deceased has since been identified as 29-year-old Lorenzo Arline II. Another driver, 21-year-old Mauro Francisco Zamora, has been arrested and charged with reckless driving, involuntary manslaughter,…

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Does Crash Avoidance Technology Really Prevent Virginia Car Accidents?

In a valiant effort to increase both the safety and comfort of automobile passengers, nearly every auto manufacturer has begun integrating Crash Avoidance Technology into their motor vehicles. Although it appears, based on current statistics, that CAT systems have greatly lessened the chances of a serious Virginia car accident for those that have them, they…

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