Virginia DMV allowing three-year registration renewals online

 Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles has a press release about new options for renewing your driving registration. Drivers that renew online or over the phone are now able to renew their registration for three years. Plus a $3 discount for a three year renewal and a $4 discount if you renew on their website. “Virginians

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Designate a Sober Driver for Super Bowl Celebrations

The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles Virginia Highway Safety Office encourages you to designate a sober driver for Super Bowl celebrations and to choose a HERO to stay sober before leaving for a party. Super Bowl Sunday is one of the most dangerous days of the year to drive due to the high number of

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FAQ: Why does the adjuster keep calling me and asking for information?

When you get into a car or truck accident you will often be contacted by the car accident adjuster who represents the insurance company of the vehicle that hit you, don’t answer any questions. You might want to know that the reason the adjuster wants all this information from you is so the insurance company

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Update: Teen Hit And Run Victim Dies

Update: Teen Hit And Run Victim Dies. Sad news today of a teen dying from injuries sustained in a hit-and-run accident on Friday evening. Richmond Police are seeking help from the community in locating the driver that hit 15-year-old Tiara Rosa.  The driver is descrived as a white male with long, light-colored hair and was wearing a

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Hidden Inside Secrets Big Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know About Your Injury Claim excerpt

WILL THE INSURANCE ADJUSTERS BE LAUGHING ABOUT YOUR CASE WHEN THEY GATHER AROUND THE WATER COOLER TO EXCHANGE WAR STORIES? • The truth of the matter is that insurance adjusters love to deal directly with injury victims because they know how to manipulate them. They canʼt do that with an experienced injury lawyer. Adjusters get

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Who Pays In a Virginia Auto Accident?

When it comes to auto accidents in Virginia, injured people are often confused about whom to send their auto and medical injury bills to. Every car wreck is different with unique circumstances, so who pays the bills depends on several factors. However, here are some general guidelines to consider: • If you are the victim

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“Dirty Little Secrets” Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know pt 1

GET MEDICAL ATTENTION…NOW! If you are in an accident you need to seek immediate medical attention. This is for your own good and for the good of your accident injury case. A doctor will document in his medical records everything he finds during his examination of your injuries. This is valuable information to have. Victims

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Speed limit reduced in two Chesterfield locations

The Midlothian Exchange reports that the speed limit along 2 miles of Hull Street Road (Route 360) has been reduced. From Winterpock Road to Woodlake Village Parkway the limit has dropped from 55 mph to 45 mph and fromWoodlake Village Parkway to Fox Club Parkway it dropped from 55 mph to 50 mph. According to a

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6-Year-Old Drives Himself To School

Most kids are happy to stay home from school if they’ve missed the school bus in the morning, but not a 6-year-old boy from Virginia’s Northern Neck. Recently a first grader took the keys to his parent’s Ford Taurus and drove himself to Northumberland Elementary School. The boy’s father was at work while the mother

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Dog Bite At Richmond County Kennel and Steps To Take If You’ve Been Bitten By a Dog

A dog bite at a Northern Neck kennel prompts the state of Virginia to pass a law that limits kennels to 50 dogs only. This new law just went into effect on January 1st. Dalin Kennels of Richmond County is owned by Lynn DeRosa who has been breeding, showing, and selling poodles since 1965. According

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