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May 2017 Archives

Did a drunk driver cause your injuries?

Drunk driving laws are strict in Virginia for a reason; quite simply, driving while intoxicated results in unnecessary death and injuries. Police and community members must therefore do everything they can to educate others about the inherent dangers of drunk driving, as well as the criminal and legal consequences of engaging in the behavior.

Seatbelts could save your life

In 49 states, including Virginia, drivers can get a severe fine if they're not wearing a seatbelt. Lawmakers throughout the nation have found that if they require motorists and their passengers to wear safety belts, then the use of safety belts goes up and, vehicle-related injuries and fatalities go down.

Were you hurt in a car crash? Don't delay in filing a claim

Manassas residents hurt in a serious car crash need to keep in mind that statutes of limitation will apply to their potential personal injury suits stemming from the event. A statute of limitation is a law that establishes a specific window of time within which you have to file your claim or forever be barred from doing so. At the Law Offices of Locklin & Coleman, we take statutes of limitation seriously and it's one of the first things we evaluate when a new client approaches us with a potential lawsuit.

Motorcycle rider killed following tragic Portsmouth collision

A tragic and fatal accident between a motorcycle and a sports utility vehicle highlights the risks and dangers that motorcyclists face every day on the road. Indeed, motorcyclists are virtually unprotected against vehicles in a crash, and this recent collision illuminates the fact all too well.

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