${site.data.firmName}${SEMFirmNameAlt}
Call Us Now Free Consultation
toll free 866-207-9823
local 804-554-0351
Menu
Acknowledged As Leaders In The Law
The National Trial Lawyers - Top 100 Trial Lawyers Million Dollar Advocates Forum AV - AV preeminent Martindale Hubbell Lawyer Ratings Super Lawyers

August 2018 Archives

Taking action after being injured in a Virginia movie theater

Going to a movie theater can be a great family activity on the weekend or as a weeknight treat. However, the occurrence of injuries in movie theaters is in fact a reality for many. In 2008, 1,570 people in the United States had to take time off work in order to recover from injuries that resulted from a trip to the movie theater.

Being hit by a car as a pedestrian in Virginia

Each year, unfortunately many people are killed as pedestrians, whether they are simply crossing the street or walking on the sidewalk. Many people are also injured considerably due to being hit by cars, and often they are made permanently disabled or are unable to work for a significant amount of time.

How to prove that a Breathalyzer was faulty

When you are involved in an accident, law enforcement officers at the scene are very likely to conduct Breathalyzer tests on drivers immediately after the accident. This generally is not an accusation of intoxication; however, it is important that all drivers do adhere to the request, because a Breathalyzer test refusal is often interpreted as an admission of guilt.