Summer is fading away and the cool winds of fall are blowing into Roanoke. Soon rain and cold weather will cause slippery conditions to occur on local roads and highways. While many Virginia drivers know how to safely travel on hazardous roads, others fail to take sufficient precautions and cause dangerous car accidents.
Drivers in Virginia involved in motor vehicle accidents can see their lives change permanently in an instant. Mounting expenses resulting from the accident may soon become burdensome and overwhelming, and may make drivers unsure of what they can do to make their lives whole again.
Brain injuries can occur in many situations, including work accidents, car accidents, truck accidents and more, and can lead to a variety of painful and debilitating symptoms. You may be wondering how you can spot a brain injury in yourself or in a loved one.
After a serious car accident, one of the first things that may occur is an accident investigation. This is true regardless of whether the motor vehicle accident is relatively minor or a more serious collision. Investigating the scene of the accident can help authorities determine exactly why the accident happened and who was at fault for the accident. In some cases, the accident investigation may result in criminal charges for the at-fault driver.
Death is inevitable, but sometimes the timing and circumstances of one's death indicate that the death was prematurely caused by the actions or negligence of another party. In these cases, the death is often characterized as a "wrongful death" and Virginia residents are entitled by law to sue the responsible party.
Virginia amusement park operators are following the news of the death of a Texas mother who fell to her death from a roller coaster at a Six Flags amusement park closely. Wrongful death claims are often filed after such a tragedy once its causes are discovered.