So You’re 18: A Free Resource from The Virginia State Bar

In the state of Virginia, when you turn 18, you are considered an adult. Your parents are no longer legally responsible for you, nor do they have legal control over you. So, what does that mean exactly? The Virginia State Bar has created a handbook containing all of the questions and concerns you may have as you take on new legal responsibilities. Please complete the form below and we will promptly mail you a free copy of this 28-page handbook.

If you’d rather have an electronic version, follow this link to the Virginia State Bar’s website.

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    A Crash Course in Virginia Automobile Injury Cases

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    If you are reading this book, you probably fall into one of two categories: those who have recently been injured in an automobile accident, or those who know and care about someone who was. This book was written especially for you. Having spent my entire career devoted to personal injury law, I have come to realize that information is a powerful tool. Being informed could mean the difference between a six-figure settlement and no case at all.

    This book will provide you with information on two important topics. First, you will learn how to evaluate your need for hiring a Virginia automobile accident attorney. Second, you will gain important insight into the insurance business. Insurance companies are not looking out for your best interests. Finding an attorney who will go to battle for you is crucial to the success of your case.

    Automobile accidents do not discriminate. Informed or not, you are equally likely to be injured in a collision. However, taking the time to understand your options surrounding an accident could dramatically affect your future circumstances in a positive way. Please understand that nothing in this book is intended as legal advice. Legal advice can and will only be given to you by the attorney you have hired.

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