What Constitutes a Virginia Medical Malpractice Case?

A lot of Virginians think that being dissatisfied with the outcome of a medical procedure is grounds for a medical malpractice case. In reality, to have a legitimate Virginia medical malpractice case, you have to prove that the reasonable standard of medical care was not satisfied and that you were injured as a result.  If…

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The Role of Contributory Negligence in Virginia Personal Injury Cases

In Virginia, fault for any kind of negligence-based accident is apportioned in terms of percentages. Because the state follows the law of contributory negligence, if even one percent of negligence or fault is assigned to you, you will be barred from recovering any damages for your Virginia personal injury case.  This is just one of…

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