Wrongful Death of a Child

There is no life event more devastating than the death of a child.  In those instances when that loss has been caused by another’s negligence, whether intentional or not, speaking with a trusted attorney can offer a layer of security and comfort to grieving parents....

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Obtaining Compensation in Negligent Security Cases

In movies and TV, criminals use dark alleys to prey on their victims.  Real life is much the same. Situations like burned-out security lights and dimly-lit hallways invite criminal activity, which often ends with someone getting seriously hurt. The bar room brawl is...

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The DARK SIDE of personal injury loans

Why do clients request a loan? In a personal injury case, typically, a client has suffered some type of injury. Many times this affects their stream of income due to the fact that they are unable to work for a specific time period due to the injury. In some situations...

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How a Criminal Conviction Impacts Visitation Rights

It can be devastating for both parents and children when a parent is convicted of a crime they committed. Their ability to be present in their children’s lives may be impacted as a result. To determine whether or not the parent should be able to have contact with...

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New Car Safety Features Under the Microscope

With all the advances in technology, we’ve recently entered a new era in car safety. Instead of focusing on reducing injury and death in a crash, today’s safety features aim to prevent an accident in the first place. Hopefully, the new tech covered below will help...

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Perjury

Perjury is defined as (1) having taken an oath before a competent tribunal, officer, or person, in any case in which a law of the United States authorizes an oath to be administered, that he will testify, declare, depose, or certify truly, or that any written...

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Don’t Make these Mistakes in Your Personal Injury Case

Let’s say you’ve been injured in a car accident and you’re pretty certain it’s a slam dunk case against the other driver. Nothing is a sure thing, and that is particularly true with personal injury cases. The strongest case can fall apart like a house of cards and you...

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Conflicts Between Federal and State Laws on Marijuana.

It is Time for Congress to Act! By Hon. David Albo.  Member Virginia House of Delegates 1994-2017 (Retired).  Chairman of House Courts of Justice Committee 2008-2017.  Mr. Albo is presently a practicing criminal/traffic law attorney and government affairs...

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