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Abrams Landau Covid Safety Kit Giveaway

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The Abrams Landau injury law team in Herndon, Virginia wants to help individuals in our community to be safer and feel safer during these uncertain, challenging times. That’s why we put together our custom Covid safety kit to share with as many people as possible. The Abrams Landau custom COVID safety kit includes a reusable

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Settlement Mills do Injured Victims a Disservice

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A “settlement mill” is a law firm that handles a volume of cases (usually small ones), in order to simply settle them. Cases are often settled on the cheap. Rarely is very much money, time or resources put into investigating and developing the file. These “mills” generally do not go to court, do not mediate,

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Free COVID Testing Sites in Fairfax County, Virginia

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If you are experiencing any possible COVID symptoms and/or have been in contact with someone who has COVID, please go to your nearest free COVID testing site in Fairfax County. You do not need to register, have ID, or have insurance. They will only take your contact information to provide you with your test results

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Workers Comp Payments Forever? Yes, If Disability is Permanent AND Total

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Workers’ Compensation weekly payments under Virginia end after 500 weeks. It does not matter if these payments are for only partial wage loss, permanent impairment, or even amputation. However weekly payments from the workers’ compensation insurance company are paid, the 500-week limit is an artificial ceiling that really hurts younger, injured workers and the families

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Virginia Minimum Auto Insurance Limits to Not Rise in 2021

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Earlier this year, the Virginia Senate approved raising the state’s automobile liability insurance minimum limit from $25,000 to $35,000. If the proposal became law, it would have been the first change in the state’s auto liability minimum since 1975. As of now, 44 other states have the same minimum limit of $25,000. The minimum limits

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