Helpful Resources and Information About Personal Injury Law and Safety

Passenger Van Safety

Passenger vans handle very differently from smaller passenger vehicles because they are typically longer, higher, wider, and heavier (especially when loaded).

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What is mesothelioma? What is my cancer risk for mesothelioma?

"Mesothelioma" is a rare form of cancer that typically involves the lungs, and the only known cause of this cancer is exposure to asbestos.

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Quick Tips for Moped Safety

Riding a moped is fun but even a low speed fall can result in serious injury. In Virginia in 2007, there were 266 moped crashes which resulted in 8 deaths and 229 rider injuries. If you are considering a moped for daily use, you should also consider these important safety tips to protect yourself. In Virginia, you must be over 16 and you cannot ride on sidewalks or bike paths. Wear bright or reflective…

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What Steps Should I Take After A Car or Truck Accident?

  Do I need to call my insurance company? Should I call the other person's insurance company? What if the other person's insurance company contacts me? Who will pay for the damage to my vehicle or my accident-related medical bills? What if I am sued? Do I need a lawyer? Do I need to call my insurance company? Yes. If you were involved in an accident which caused injury to anyone or caused…

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What Should I Do At The Accident Scene?

  Steps and tips to follow at an accident scene to protect your rights: Do I have to stop? Where do I stop? Should I call the police? What should I tell the investigating police officer about the accident? What if I can't call the police at the scene of the accident because of my injuries? What if I don't do these things? What information should I get at the scene from the drivers of other…

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Jogger Safety

Jogging and Running Safety Tips Joggers and runners, watch out! There are lots of things to look for as you run along a road or sidewalk. Loose grates, road debris, cracked sidewalks,and trash are all tripping hazards. Drivers backing out of driveways may never see you until too late. An angry dog may pop out of nowhere and approach you. Keep an eye out for ice or mud at your feet and beware of low…

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Download The Glove Compartment Quick Reference Accident Guide

Click here to download The Glove CompartmentQuick Reference Guide. If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, it is important to know what to do next. The Glove Compartment Quick Reference Guide has easy to follow steps and a place to log important information regarding the accident. Designed to fit conveniently in your glove compartment, the Quick Reference Guide will help guide you through…

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Recorded Statements: A Trap for the Unwary

Should I provide a recorded statement to the insurance company regarding my accident or injury? You've been in an auto accident that wasn't your fault. One day shortly thereafter, the adjuster for the insurance company of the person who hit you calls on the telephone. She wants you to give a recorded statement telling her how the accident happened and provide her some personal information. She says…

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How Much Auto Insurance Should You Carry?

The answer is easy: As much as you can afford. The primary reason to buy automobile insurance, both liability and uninsured motorist (UM) coverage, is to protect yourself and your assets. Your insurance company will never pay more in damages, to you or to a person you negligently injure, than the dollar amount of the coverage you paid for, no matter how high a verdict there may be either against you…

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Happy Scootering: How to Stay Safe Riding Your Scooter Or Vespa

If you are considering a Scooter or a Vespa as your primary means of transportation to save money, there are some things you need to know. Mopeds and Scooters are not the same, Scooters and Vespas have different motor vehicle regulations and safety issues than their larger cousin the Moped. Scooters are inexpensive and they can save you a lot of money on gas and insurance. Scooters are easy to maintain…

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