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Pedestrian Deaths and Injuries on the Rise in VA

By Matthew Pack |

Walking is one of the best forms of exercise. Not only is walking good for the body and the heart, but it can also be relaxing and meditative, helping to reduce stress and lead to a higher quality of life. What’s more, walking is also often an efficient, healthy, and eco-friendly way to get… Read More »

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What Are My Options If I Was Injured by a Commercial Truck?

By Matthew Pack |

Commercial trucks, such as tractor-trailers and semi-trucks, are incredibly important to the Virginia economy, not to mention consumer comfort and wellbeing. Indeed, it is only as a result of the commercial trucking industry that consumers are able to enjoy many of the basic comforts and necessities of everyday life, ranging from food to clothing… Read More »

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Common Tactics Used by Insurance Companies in Accident Cases

By Matthew Pack |

If you are involved in a car accident in Virginia, you have a couple of different options for recovering compensation. First, because Virginia is an “at-fault” state, also known as a tort liability state, you maintain the right to file a claim against the at-fault driver’s liability insurance. (You could also file a lawsuit… Read More »

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Winter Driving and Car Accidents

By Matthew Pack |

Even the most experienced driver can find winter roads and conditions challenging. It’s simple to forget that the pavement is slippery or that you need to drive or maneuver slower to account for these conditions. But, when a lack of care leads to an accident on winter roads, the results can be devastating.  How… Read More »

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Distracted Driving and Teens

By Matthew Pack |

If your teenager has an accident while driving, the first suspicion by law enforcement will be that he was distracted. That’s because when you combine an inexperienced driver with distraction the combination can have deadly results. And that officer understands that teens are also involved in three times as many fatal crashes as other… Read More »

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What is the Definition of DUI in Virginia?

By Matthew Pack |

DUI or Driving under the influence.  Most people understand that definition because the definition of DUI is similar across the nation. Virginia is different in that laws here are stricter than in many other states with penalties that can be very harsh. As is the case in every state, the measure of intoxicated driving… Read More »

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Am I Allowed to Carry a Handgun in Virginia?

By Matthew Pack |

We often get this question from residents of Virginia because the laws vary state-to-state. Be sure to check before you make any decision about carrying a handgun in Virginia or elsewhere, as the laws change frequently. The short answer is yes, you can carry a gun in Virginia, even without a permit. Virginia does… Read More »

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What Happens if you Refuse a Breathalyzer Test in VA?

By Matthew Pack |

You are pulled over and the officer asks you to take a breathalyzer test. He suspects you may have been drinking and a breathalyzer will confirm that. Any test that shows a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) above 0.08 percent indicates intoxication.    But you don’t want to take the test and feel it’s a… Read More »

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What Do I Do Right After I’ve Been in an Auto Accident?

By Matthew Pack |

Right after you have been in a Virginia car accident is not the right time to begin thinking – what should I do? Let’s think this through ahead of time because in Virginia, there is on average, a crash every 4.1 minutes.      And with six million licensed drivers in Virginia in 2018, and… Read More »

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My Husband Continues to Violate a Protective Order – What Can I Do?

By Matthew Pack |

Protective orders, also known as restraining orders, are important legal documents that help people who have been involved in domestic abuse situations feel safe from the person who has wronged them. In many instances, the protective order is issued against the husband and it doesn’t matter if the couple is still living together, has… Read More »

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