Calling All Drivers

The Wall Street Journal reported in December, 2008 that the number of uninsured motorists is increasing due to the recent...

Food Poisoning Can Be Deadly: Information For Your Charlottesville Food Borne Illness Case

Over the past year, The Warren Firm has helped a firm in Texas with approvals of settlements involving food poisoning...

Statute of Limitations in Virginia

A statue of limitations is the time limit that is set by Virginia Code (the statute) in which a lawsuit must be...

Common Bicycle Accidents: Red Light Right

How the accident occurs Cars are stopped at a red light. The cyclist pulls up and stops next to the...

Quick Reference Guide to Bicycle Laws in Virginia: Rules While Riding

Cyclists are expected to use signals to let others know their intentions. Left turn: left arm should be extended horizontal...

Virginia’s Vanishing Jury

The number of juries deciding civil cases in Virginia has significantly declined over the past ten years. The trend, which...

“Objection, Hearsay!”: What Does It Mean and How It Relates to Your Charlottesville Personal Injury Case

In a Virginia personal injury case or wrongful death case, hearsay can be a defining factor in the court room....

Settling a Case Involving a Minor in Charlottesville

Every parent’s worst nightmare begins with your child being injured. Should an accident happen, speaking with an attorney as soon...

Big Rigs Cause Big Problems on Interstate 81

The longest Virginia interstate, I-81, has for years been known as a crowded and dangerous road to travel on. The...

9 Common Excuses Insurance Companies Use to Make Small Settlement Offers or NO Offers at All

1. The injured person was contributorily negligent. Insurance companies claim that the person injured was partly to blame for the collision...