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Burnett and Williams has a long history of working hard to serve our clients and the Virginia communities in which we practice. In our blog, we share news of interest and articles that we hope will educate the public about important issues of personal injury law and insurance law. We welcome comments and questions on any topic.

A Few Tips for a Fun and Happy 4th All Around Virginia!

It’s the 4th of July — time to roll out your picnic blanket, slice up the watermelon, and enjoy some patriotic fireworks celebrating America’s birthday! If you live in or around Leesburg, festivities at Ida Lee Park start with a…

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New Virginia Car Seat Law Takes Effect July 1st

If you’re a parent, grandparent, or caregiver for an infant or toddler, take a moment this weekend to check if your child’s car seat is compliant with the new law. by Lenny Richardson, Legal Assistant, Burnett & Williams, Reston, Leesburg.…

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Leesburg Virginia: Town Council Honors Peter Burnett

Our Founding Town Honors Peter Burnett for His Virginia Lawyers Hall of Fame Induction By Lenny Richardson, Legal Assistant, Reston | Leesburg | Winchester We’re not the only ones excited about Peter’s recent induction into the Virginia Lawyer’s Hall of…

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Hike Old Rag

Named one of the 25 best hikes in the world, Shenandoah National Park’s Old Rag is just 20 miles from downtown Culpeper. by Lenny Richardson, Intake Specialist and outdoor enthusiast, Burnett & Williams This past March, Outside Magazine published “The…

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Do you have MedPay?

Many people don’t know the answer, but adding Med Pay to your car insurance is a simple way to maximize your coverage. By Kat Ikonomidis, Intake Specialist, Burnett & Williams As an Intake Specialist, I spend a lot of time…

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Grill Safety

It’s that time of year again. Memorial Day weekend, for many Virginia residents, represents the start of grilling season. Whether you use gas or charcoal, it is important to keep you and your guests safe this summer with a few…

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