Hotel Injuries and Virginia Premises Liability Laws

Hotels and resorts are usually associated with vacations, honeymoons, and excitement, but an unexpected injury can cause your fun, enjoyable trip to take a sudden turn for the worse. If you are injured at a hotel or resort, you may be able to hold the establishment liable for your injuries and other damages.  Speak to…

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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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Premises Liability in Virginia: A Summary of the Duties And Responsibilities of the Landowner/Business Owner For Personal Injuries

Every premises liability case is unique, and will involve an evaluation of the legal duty of care that the premises owner owed to the injured person. In Virginia, slip, trip, and fall injuries occur most commonly on residential as well as business premises owned by another party. Public spaces such as broken pavement, defective elevators,…

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