Why You Should Never Say “Sorry” After a Crash

December 16th, 2021 | Auto accident

Auto accidents are frightening and stressful for everyone, including the people in the other vehicles. And because crashes can happen quickly and with very little warning, it’s common for victims to assume they must have done something to cause their crashes. The combination of those factors means that some victims may say “sorry” to other… read more Read More

What to Do If the Insurance Company Offers a Settlement After a Crash

June 10th, 2021 | Auto accident

For many auto accident victims, getting compensation after their crashes is their biggest priority after they’ve begun the healing process. Their medical bills are piling up day after day, and returning to work may be weeks or even months away. When the insurance company, whether it’s the other driver’s or their own, calls and offers… read more Read More

Why VA’s Contributory Negligence Law Means You Need a Lawyer

April 29th, 2021 | Auto accident

Some states in the U.S. allow victims to pursue and recover compensation even if they’re partially at fault for their accidents and injuries through a system called comparative negligence. Virginia is not one of those states. Instead, Virginia uses a system called contributory negligence. Contributory negligence means that people who are even 1% at fault… read more Read More