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Are You Required to Provide a Recorded Statement to an Insurance Company?

By Matthew Pack |

After an accident, you might feel like your phone is ringing off the hook. You’ll get calls from your insurance company, the other party’s insurance company, and people checking in to see if you are okay. But what can you say to each person and what will harm your case? If the other party’s… Read More »

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Dangers of Tailgating and Liability When Following Too Closely Causes an Accident

By Matthew Pack |

We’ve all been in a tailgating situation, and if we’re honest, most of us have been on both sides of the equation. Tailgating occurs when you follow a car too closely to stop completely in response to changing road and traffic conditions. In fact, following too closely is a very common cause of Virginia… Read More »

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Can Victims Sue the Government Over an Auto Accident Injury?

By Matthew Pack |

A car accident is inconvenient at best, devastating at worst. No matter where your car crash falls along the scale, you may be interested in fighting for compensation if you believe the accident was not your fault. But what do you do if the accident was caused by a government employee or agency? In… Read More »

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Delayed Injuries from a Car Accident

By Matthew Pack |

Some car accident injuries are immediately apparent, leading to prompt diagnosis and treatment. Unfortunately, some injuries are much more subtle, taking days or weeks to show up. This is often because of the adrenaline surge that happens during an accident. The adrenaline prepares you to run or fight whatever threat you’re facing, but it… Read More »

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Negligent Entrustment and Third-Party Liability

By Matthew Pack |

When you’re involved in a car accident, you likely assume that one of two parties is at fault: you (or the driver of the car you were in) or the other driver. However, that isn’t always the case. In some car accidents, there is an outside party that shares some or all of the… Read More »

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Who is At Fault in a Multi-Car Accident?

By Matthew Pack |

Determining fault in a two-car accident can be complicated enough, with conflicting stories and evidence from multiple sources. When you have accidents with more than two cars, though, the process becomes even more complex. Figuring out who is at fault and how much fault each individual has is crucial, since you cannot recover compensation… Read More »

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How Catastrophic Injuries Impact Families

By Matthew Pack |

Catastrophic injuries go beyond the regular bone breaks and abrasions that occur after a car crash, slip and fall, or other type of accident. Catastrophic or severe injuries are those that permanently impact an individual’s ability to live independently, work in the capacity they once worked in, or carry out activities of daily life…. Read More »

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Obtaining a Full and Fair Settlement in a Virginia Accident Injury Case

By Matthew Pack |

You’ve been injured because of someone else’s negligence. What happens next? If you hire a personal injury lawyer in Virginia, you have the chance to fight for compensation. While your case could ultimately go to court, that is an unlikely outcome. In fact, it’s far more likely that your lawyer will negotiate a settlement… Read More »

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Can My Personal Injury Claim Be Reopened After It Is Settled?

By Matthew Pack |

Filing a personal injury claim can be a long and tedious process, and once it is settled, you’ll likely be glad to be done with the situation. But what happens if you regret your settlement? Perhaps extra facts come out about your injuries, you don’t believe that your attorney fought for you hard enough,… Read More »

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How a Criminal Record Can Affect a Personal Injury Case

By Matthew Pack |

When you start preparing for a personal injury case, you’ll be surprised at what can be used against you by the opposing side’s legal team. Social media posts after an accident can be twisted to make it look like you’re lying about your injuries. If you’re seen grocery shopping, they’ll use it as proof… Read More »

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