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Virginia Trial Lawyers Improve Car Insurance Law

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It used to be the law in Virginia that an injured car crash victim could not accept a full insurance policy limits offer from the negligent defendant driver’s company without permission from her own motor vehicle carrier if she wanted to get additional benefits from her underinsured coverage. UnderInsured Motorist insurance is known as UIM,

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How Long Should My Fairfax County Car Crash Case Take?

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Because Virginia law states that injury cases should be filed in court within two years of a car crash, and because the Fairfax County Circuit Court tries to set trial dates within one year of the date the case was filed, most motor vehicle accident claims are concluded within three years of the date of

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Insurance for Uber Drivers

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On New Year’s Eve, 2013, a mother and her two children ages five and six were struck by a sport utility vehicle that failed to yield to them in a San Francisco crosswalk. The six year old child was killed and her mother survived, but underwent eye surgery and required several weeks of hospitalization. The

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Collision Research Center at George Mason University

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Do you ever wonder who researches collisions and where that research happens? At Abrams Landau, Ltd. we think a lot about safety — workplace safety, roadway safety, sports safety, airport and aircraft safety, etc. That’s why we were excited to learn about the opening of the Center for Collision Safety and Analysis (CSSA) last year

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Will the Police Always Make a Report After a Crash?

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You would think the answer is always yes, but you would be wrong. After a crash with a truck, car, motorcycle or other vehicle, the investigating police officers do not always make out a thorough report. In cases in which the apparent damage to the vehicle is minimal, the investigating officer is less inclined to

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