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January 2014 Archives

Virginia jogger loses life to drunk driver on 13-mile run

Fitness is an all-season activity in northern Virginia, as many residents gear up for spring, summer and even fall activities during the long and cold winter months. Few expect that their training will end with a drunk driving accident, but that's precisely what happened recently to a 34-year-old Virginia mother of three.

Tour bus collides with big rig in commercial vehicle accident

In Northern Virginia, tour buses are not an uncommon sight. Tourists frequently flock to the DC area during all four seasons, while countless charter buses zip up and down the interstates that pass through the area. As with any type of vehicle, though, tour buses are susceptible to getting involved in a commercial vehicle accident, and their sheer size can be extremely destructive

Second degree murder charge follows grisly drunk driving accident

It is not unusual for a drunk driving accident to involve multiple vehicles in Virginia. Even a simple, everyday intersection can be a setting for death and disaster when just one driver behaves with negligence or recklessness. Sadly, that happened in Virginia Beach recently when an apparently drunk driver blew through an intersection and hit a car, which in turn was pushed into colliding with a third vehicle.

Securing financial stability after fatal motor vehicle accidents

It is always heartbreaking when we are reminded of the fragility of life. Often times, these reminders blindside those surrounding the disaster, occurring suddenly and without notice. The dangers of the road can often lead to incidents such as these and, tragically, can be born out of the negligence of another. Unfortunately, a Virginia Beach family is dealing with one such instance of heartache due to a fatal motor vehicle accident.

Virginia truck accident victim's lawsuit settled for $3 million

While current winter temps make many Virginians want to stay inside, summers in the state are a great time to hit the road and have some fun. Interstate traffic tends to be particularly heavy during the summertime, as people are headed all over the state or even to other parts of the country. Both summer and winter driving, though, can result in breakdowns which, for some, have proven fatal.

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