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How Much Is Virginia Personal Injury Compensation?

If you’re injured by another person’s negligence, Virginia law allows you to make a claim for financial compensation against the at-fault party. The Virginia personal injury compensation rules provide for specific types of damages that may be rec… Read More
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How To Make a Virginia Workers’ Compensation Claim for a Work Injury

If you’re injured on the job, workers’ compensation benefits are not automatic. You must follow a specific process to receive the compensation provided under the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act. Timelines and deadlines apply throughout the p… Read More
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Are All Virginia Employees Covered By Workers’ Compensation?

To receive workers’ compensation benefits for an on-the-job injury or occupational disease, a person must work for an employer required to have coverage by the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act. Most — but not all — employers in the state mu… Read More
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How to Choose the Best Virginia Personal Injury Lawyer for Your Case

When you suffer injuries caused by another person’s conduct, you naturally want to find the right lawyer to help you with your case. Chances are that you never needed an injury attorney before, so how can you find the best Virginia personal injury… Read More
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When Can You File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

The Virginia Wrongful Death Act provides the right to bring a civil action for wrongful death in specific circumstances. The statute establishes the process for a wrongful death lawsuit, defines the damages, and specifies who receives the compensatio… Read More
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How Social Media Posts Can Hurt Your Workers’ Compensation Case

Social media is part of the fabric of our lives. For many people, it’s a wonderful way to connect with family and friends. But if you have a pending workers’ compensation case, social media posts can hurt your claim. Read this explanation from ou… Read More
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Death Benefit Claims Under the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act

Death Benefit Claims Under the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act

If you lose a loved one due to a workplace accident or occupational disease, you may be entitled to death benefits under the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act. Complex provisions of the law determine eligibility. The best approach to receiving com… Read More
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What Are Permanent Partial Disability Benefits in a Workers’ Compensation Case?

If you receive an injury on the job, the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act provides specific benefits. If you recover and can still work, but the accident caused a permanent disability due to loss of a body part or other specific reasons, the paym… Read More
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How Does Contributory Negligence Affect a Virginia Personal Injury Case

How Does Contributory Negligence Affect a Virginia Personal Injury Case?

A personal injury case is a legal claim for compensation by a person who receives injuries caused by another person. Examples include auto accidents, defective products, and slip-and-fall cases. In Virginia, the legal principle of negligence is one o… Read More
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Common Reasons for Denial of a Workers’ Compensation Claim

The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act provides payment for on-the-job injuries that meet certain requirements. Under the law, an injured worker must take specific actions after a work accident to receive benefits. If the statutory criteria are not… Read More
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