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SB 1107 Dies in Committee but Gains Legislative Momentum to Change Virginia’s Medical Malpractice Caps

SB 1107 Dies in Committee but Gains Legislative Momentum to Change Virginia’s Medical Malpractice Caps

The bipartisan effort (SB 1107) to modify Virginia’s limit on the recovery of damages in medical malpractice actions is over for the current legislative session. Still, several senate judiciary members agree the commonwealth should evaluate the cap that serves as a ceiling on all the damages a malpractice victim suffers. Watch: Sen. Bill Stanley discusses SB 1107 to help medical malpractice victims receive full justice At the Feb. 1 subcommittee meeting, Sen. J. Chapman Petersen said elected...

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What Causes Truck Accidents?

What Causes Truck Accidents?

Truck accidents are the most catastrophic vehicle crashes that occur on our roads every year. In 2012, over 100,000 people suffered injuries in truck accidents according to the Federal Motor...

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What Makes Truck Accidents So Dangerous?

What Makes Truck Accidents So Dangerous?

18-wheelers are among the most dangerous vehicles on today’s highways. In 2012, the American Trucking Associations reported that commercial trucks transported more than 9 billion tons of...

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What to Do After a Truck Accident

What to Do After a Truck Accident

If you or your loved one were injured in a truck accident, you are probably wondering what you should do next. Truck accidents can be complex and often involved many factors, so it is best to take...

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Common Injuries During the Winter

Common Injuries During the Winter

The wintertime is host to a wide variety of injuries. Snowy and icy conditions make virtually every aspect of traveling outdoors more dangerous. Read up on the most common injuries that happen...

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