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August 2014 Archives

How are most commercial vehicle accidents caused?

As many mature drivers understand, driver's education doesn't stop in high school. In addition to memorizing the rules of the road, safe drivers are always learning as they drive and integrating new experiences into stored information. While it's impossible to guarantee a driver will avoid all accidents, it is helpful to know how many common types of accidents are caused.

Noted author arrested after Virginia DUI crash

When fatal car accidents occur in Northern Virginia, they don't always make the news. While loss of life is always significant, the region is a heavily-populated area that is also crisscrossed by multiple busy interstates. Still, when a fatal motor vehicle accident involves a famous person, the publicity given to the case can highlight important legal issues.

What can a Virginian do to help prevent drunk driving crashes?

Many Virginians are aware of the dangers of drunk driving and the tragedy that can follow a drunk driver's getting behind the wheel. Understandably outraged, many wonder what they can to do prevent an activity responsible for the deaths and injuries of so many throughout the state.

Police chase on I-66 in Fairfax results in multiple injuries

Commuters in Northern Virginia are used to traffic jams, speeding vehicles and the occasional political motorcade. Most of the time, the traffic situations that bring cars to a halt on the interstate are simply due to too many vehicles trying to get to work during the same morning and evening hours. Recently in Fairfax, though, a nasty jam was created when a police chase became a multi-vehicle auto accident.

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