When Can A Pedestrian Be Held Liable For An Automobile Accident?

Posted on: 14 February 2017
It's no secret that pedestrians are especially vulnerable in any accident involving a motor vehicle. According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 4,735 pedestrians lost their lives in traffic crashes and another 150,000 faced emergency treatment for non-fatal crash-related injuries in 2013. In any accident involving a motor vehicle and a pedestrian, conventional wisdom dictates that the automobile driver is fully responsible for the accident.
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When To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney

Posted on: 10 January 2017
A personal injury claim is sometimes the best way to receive compensation for pain and/or loss of income caused by someone else's actions. Unfortunately, this doesn't mean that personal injury claims are easy. The service of a personal injury attorney can be invaluable to guide you through your case and help you receive the compensation you deserve. Here are three situations where you should always hire a personal injury attorney.
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Amazing Reasons You May Be Charged With DUI Without Even Taking a Drink

Posted on: 9 December 2016
If you have been arrested for DUI based on a police officer's observation and interpretation of a breathalyzer test despite the fact that you did not consume alcohol before driving, you are probably wondering how this could happen to you. There are legitimate medical reasons that you may appear intoxicated and a number of products that can cause a false positive in a breathalyzer test. If any of them apply to you, your DUI attorney may be able to get the charges dismissed.
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What You Need To Know About Your Marijuana Possession Charge In Virginia

Posted on: 9 August 2016
If you've recently been charged with possession of marijuana in the state of Virginia, it's not always a simple, clear-cut case. How you will be convicted and sentenced—if at all—depends on a number of factors. A criminal defense attorney can help with your case, and they will need to know a few details, from whether or not this is a first offense all the way to where the marijuana was found.
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