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How to Proceed if You Were Partially Responsible for Your Virginia Car Accident

After a car accident, you are dealing with physical, emotional and financial consequences. You feel that you deserve compensation for your injuries and want to pursue a lawsuit. But what happens if you were partially at fault for the accident? Virginia is one of only five jurisdictions that have pure contributory negligence laws. In most Read More

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Reasons to Convert from Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Although most people only have to file for bankruptcy once, sometimes people who originally file for Chapter 13 need or want to convert to Chapter 7 bankruptcy. There are also certain situations where the court will force a debtor to switch to Chapter 7. You can convert from Chapter 13 to Chapter 7 at any Read More

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“Helpful Hint” in a Workers’ Compensation case!

If you’re treating doctor refers you to another health care provider, including a specialist or physical therapist,  make sure he or she puts the referral in writing and save a copy for your records. Please contact me if you need help with a Workers’ Compensation case.  I offer free consultations.   Lynn A. Bradley Workers’ Read More

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What Type of Compensation is Usually Available in an Automobile Accident Lawsuit?

The law regarding what you can collect intends for you to be put back to the same position you were before the wreck.  You cannot be made better than you were, but you are to be made whole. Money damages typically available include property damages (such as vehicle repair or replacement), medical expenses (including past Read More

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What to Do After a Slip and Fall Accident in Virginia

When you enter a commercial property or someone else’s personal property, you assume that the owner has taken the proper precautions to ensure your safety. However, if negligent property management has caused you to slip and fall, you may have the right to compensation. What you do immediately following your premises accident can have a Read More

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Frequently Asked Questions about Separation Agreements in Virginia

Virginia courts do not grant legal separations. However, couples may create a separation agreement — also called a property settlement agreement. Before entering into such an agreement, it is important that you are educated on what it entails. What is a separation agreement? A separation agreement allows couples to live separately, equitably divide their property Read More

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Preventing Common Landlord-Tenant Disputes in Virginia

Few situations in the business world are more stressful than disputes between landlords and tenants. Fortunately, the majority of these disputes are completely preventable. When signing an agreement with a tenant, simply keep the following considerations in mind to avoid potential problems in the future: Do your research. Landlords should perform credit checks and rental Read More

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Patients File Malpractice Claims for Misdiagnosis

Medical malpractice does not only include unreasonable or intentional neglect. New studies have determined that misdiagnosis is an equally serious form of medical malpractice — one that is far more prevalent than was previously known. The studies found that somewhere between 26 and 63 percent of malpractice claims were cases of missed diagnosis, in which Read More

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Approaching a Collaborative Divorce

While divorce is always tough, choosing to negotiate with your former partner using a collaborative process can reduce stress and expenses, while also saving time. During the collaborative divorce process, the spouses negotiate an acceptable agreement with the help of a professional mediator or arbiter. Each spouse hires an attorney to advise and assist in Read More

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A day we hoped would come, FINALLY came.  On October 6, 2014 with the U.S. Supreme Court’s denial of certiorari, same sex couples could marry.  I, along with many others, made a bee line to the court house that day to witness friends tie the knot and to witness history.  It was a great day.  Read More

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