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December 2015 Archives

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Six injured in a bus stop crash in Virginia; driver charged

Many Virginia residents associate the dangers of automobiles to those traveling on the roadways. However, a person does not need to be a driver or passenger in a vehicle to be harmed by a motor vehicle. In fact, many dangers and hazards are present for those walking or biking near roads. A pedestrian accident could occur when a driver fails to take caution or is negligent. Moreover, these types of accidents are often severe because a person is not able to stand up to the size and strength of a vehicle, even when it is traveling at slow speeds.

What Becomes of Digital Assets After Your Death?

We all probably need to update our wills. The nature of the valuable assets we own is changing. For those who have been immersed in the digital age, music, photos, books, and social media content, even electronic currency, accumulated during our lives, are important items; some having value and others having importance, for various reasons, to those we leave behind.

What is a traumatic brain injury?

A car accident can involve catastrophic injuries. In fact, even in minor accidents people can suffer serious injuries. One of the most serious types of injuries that people can face are brain injuries. In particular, traumatic brain injuries, also known as "TBI," are very serious.

Head-on collision kills one person, injures two on Virginia 611

This time of year, Virginia's roads are filled with people traveling for holiday get-togethers. As people travel across the state and country, they need to know that they will be safe. While drivers can do everything in their power to keep themselves and their passengers safe, they cannot control the actions of others around them. Drivers in Virginia are oftentimes at the mercy of everyone else on the roadways.

Drunk drivers can be held accountable

Virginia residents place a lot of trust in others when they get into their cars. Even the safest drivers need to rely on those around them in order to remain accident free. This is because even when people are safe behind the wheel they cannot control the actions of other drivers. If another driver acts erratically, a safe driver may have no opportunity to avoid an accident.