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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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Gas Station Attack by Uninsured Truck Driver

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Having represented truck drivers attacked, shot and injured at gas stations, Herndon Virginia injury lawyer Doug Landau was particularly interested in the Federal Court’s September 9, 2020 opinion in the case of Mullins v. Harco National Insurance Co.  The injured victim pulled into the truck fueling station before sunrise, and was assaulted by the Defendant commercial truck driver who

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What Amount of Car Insurance Should I Get?

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If I get a smaller car, I need less insurance, right? Herndon car accident lawyer Doug Landau of Abrams Landau, Ltd. is asked all the time about car insurance coverage. These questions about coverage are better asked BEFORE a car crash. And the short answer is “no.” Large truck or small car, the amount of insurance

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If the driver who smashes into me has no insurance and no money, does that mean I get nothing ?

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Not necessarily.  If you have your own auto coverage, or are covered under another member of your household’s policy, you may have “UNinsured Motorist” coverage.  This type of insurance is generally mandatory for Virginia drivers.  This insurance may enable you to collect against your own insurance policy.  Your insurance company can then go against the

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