How Do Unqualified Drivers Cause Virginia Truck Accidents?

When you get behind the wheel, you expect the other drivers you come across to be fully qualified and licensed to operate their vehicles. One of the reasons the Department of Motor Vehicles was established is to ensure that prospective drivers can pass written and on-the-road tests, proving they know how to drive safely and…

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Important Records to Obtain After a Truck Accident in Virginia

A truck collision can lead to significant financial and physical damages. Truck accident victims can sustain severe injuries and might not be able to carry out their day-to-day tasks. Though the ideal option for compensation for your pain and suffering is through a personal injury lawsuit, it also includes some complexities. Your case will depend…

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Multivehicle Crashes Leave Innocent Victims Wondering How to File Insurance Claims

Two very different traffic accidents in Virginia raise the same fundamental question. The incidents did occur on the same day, but they happened hundreds of miles apart and at opposite times of the workday. Still, everyone involved in both the crashes is left wondering who they can look to for compensation for medical care, loss…

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If I am Hit by a Tractor-Trailer, Can I File a Claim Against the Truck Driver or the Trucking Company, or Both?

Personal injury cases involving a tractor-trailer or another commercial vehicle are often more complex than car accidents. Even though it may appear obvious that the truck driver is at fault, you need to carefully consider whether the trucker or the trucking company or both are liable for your injuries. When is a Trucking Company Liable…

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