Parallel-parked silver car from side angle in front of brick residential building and greenery; Virginia car insurance minimum limits were only $25,000 per person and $50,000 per crash. But in recent good news for anyone who is in a car crash moving forward: minimum limits have gone up in 2022, and are set to go up even more in the coming years.

Car Insurance Minimum Limits: Laws Are Changing

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The law until Dec 31, 2021 The “minimum limits” car insurance policy in Virginia has been $25,000 per person and $50,000 per crash. While this sounds like a lot of money, the ABRAMS LANDAU car crash injury team has seen lots of cases where the injuries and losses are far greater than these arbitrary amounts. Clients

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Experienced Senior Mediator Gets the Job Done!

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Former Full Commissioner William “Bill” Dudley has become one of the most sought after Mediators to help injured workers, employers and insurance companies settle difficult, permanent disability cases. Because he was an experienced insurance defense lawyer, and then served as a Deputy Commissioner (akin to a workers’ comp trial judge) before assuming the appellate bench,

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Doug Landau and the Abrams Landau team are again rated among the best law firms, by multiple rating services

Abrams Landau Named among “Best Law Firms”

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Starting off 2022 on the Right Foot As we begin a new year, Abrams Landau, Ltd. and trial lawyer Doug Landau are once more proud to have been named to not just one but two well-regarded attorney rating services for 2022: the U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings and, well, one other

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Cars and truck on suburban street, police cruiser with pulled over vehicle.

Truck Crashes: BOTH Parties May Have Claims

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Truck Crashes May Lead To Lawsuits AND Workers’ Comp Claims for Injured Trucker AND Disabled Victim Truck crashes, and workers’ comp and negligence law: even just one simple motor vehicle accident can give rise to a variety of situations. A commercial truck on a mission for work crashes into a motorist. In such scenarios there

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Residential buildings with workers' scaffolding around it. If employees do not wear the mandated fall protection harnesses, belts, or other safety equipment, and are injured as a result, then their workers' comp benefits may be denied.

Violation of Safety Rule may not bar Workers’ Comp

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Willful Violation of a known and enforced safety rule: Bad news for the injured worker The violation of a known and enforced safety rule by an employee often serves to cause an otherwise valid workplace injury claim to be denied by the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission. It does not matter how serious the injuries are;

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