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Head Injuries and High School Football

In October, 2013, a 15 year old football player from New Kent High School died tragically after collapsing on the football field during practice. Although he had recently sustained a concussion, he reportedly had been given permission to return to practice. The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) estimates that more than 2.7 million football Read More

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Motorcycle Crashes in Virginia

Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents are common in Virginia. Motorcycles are more affected than other vehicles by road conditions such as potholes, debris, uneven road surfaces and slippery surfaces. There have been over 2000 motorcycle accidents in Virginia in each of the past five years. Just in 2012 there were 2,416 crashes.  According to the National Highway Read More

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What is Special About Virginia’s Wrongful Death Law?

You may have heard of the terrifying mass shooting at Virginia Tech University in 2007, which took the lives of 32 people. The University was slow to report a dangerous situation, though the shooter had committed two murders earlier that day. As a result, in the eyes of many family members of those killed, the Read More

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What is Traumatic Brain Injury?

Brain injury can occur in two ways — as the result of a non-traumatic event (illness, stroke or seizure) or a traumatic event. Traumatic events can include gunshots, falls and accidents and, in those cases where negligent action is involved, may bring with them the possibility of compensation. Brain injury is an unpredictable and difficult Read More

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