In Memory of Those Killed in the Line of Duty

It’s unfortunate when someone who has dedicated their life to help protect people dies in the line of duty. Today we pay homage to State Trooper Adam M. Bowen, 28, of Warsaw, Virginia, who was killed on June 24, 2011 in a two-vehicle traffic crash. At the time Trooper Bowen was called to assist another

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New documentary “Hot Coffee”

TV review: On HBO’s ‘Hot Coffee,’ a persuasive finding for the plaintiffs – The Washington Post. There is a new documentary about the famous McDonald’s hot coffee lawsuit. The story, in case you haven’t heard, is that 79-year-old woman spills a cup of 180 degree coffee in her lap and suffers second and third degree

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Tragic Car Accident on I-64 Serves as a Reminder | Richmond Auto Accident Attorney

Spending time with your grandmother can be fun, especially if your grandmother is your best friend. Imagine waking up excited to go spend the day with your best friend. You had just graduated from high school on Sunday and now you’re looking forward to some time off before heading off to Virginia Commonwealth University for

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Update: Fatal Bus Crash Involving Sky Express, Inc. | Richmond Accident Injury Lawyer

Earlier this month we talked about the fatal bus crash involving Sky Express Inc., a charter bus company that was transporting passengers from Greensboro N.C. to New York City. The crash occurred on I-95 in Virginia. Since the accident, the driver of the bus, Kin Yiu Cheung, of Flushing, NY has been charged with four

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FAQ: Car Accident in Virginia: Not at Fault, But I Have No Insurance

I was in a car accident in Virginia, but I do not have car insurance. I am not at fault, though. Can I still get money for my injury and damages to my car?   Although you do not carry insurance, it is not considered a “fault” in the state of Virginia.  You can still

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Tractor Trailer Accidents Common on Interstate 64 | Richmond Truck Accident Lawyer

Interstate 64 has seen its fair share of car wrecks over the years, especially collisions involving tractor trailer trucks. It is one of the most dangerous highways in the state of Virginia. Just recently an accident took place on I-64 involving a tractor trailer and a car which shut down the highway for several hours.

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Virginia Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Cap Increases | Virginia Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Medical malpractice and tort reform continues to be a hot topic amongst the medical community and legislature. Although all this debate doesn’t directly affect regular patients, it does affect people who may decide to file a malpractice lawsuit for negligence by a medical professional. There is good news, however. A bill called HB 1459 recently

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5 Tips About Warranties…

Whether you just bought a computer, flat-screen TV or washing machine, chances are you were offered an extended warranty. Here are 5 tips to help you make the decision. Retailers will push them. They make more money on the warranties than they do on the products themselves. Know the difference between an extended warranty and

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Read These Smoke Signals

The next time you’re wondering what’s wrong with your car, check out the color of the smoke that’s coming out of the exhaust. AAA.com says these are the colors to look for: Blue smoke. This means engine oil has leaked into the cylinder area and is burning. It’s okay to drive but you should take

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How To Avoid Getting A ‘Bug’

If your stomach bothers you, do you call it a “bug” and blame it on what you had for dinner last night?  It’s called “foodborne illness” and millions of people get it every year, particularly in warm, humid summer months. Here’s how you can help prevent it: Know potential threats.  Here are some common culprits: 

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