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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.

This Halloween, Be Sure to Check Your Pumpkins

Breast Cancer is most treatable when detected early. By Emily Balser - Public relations, Burnett & Williams P.C. October is the start of my favorite season, my birthday month, and most importantly Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to the American…

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Who’s at fault in a multi-car accident?

A pile-up accident usually begins with a single collision. The chain reaction that follows is chaotic and frightening. It can be a harrowing experience with serious injuries, and it is never easy to assign blame for each car crash. Who’s…

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NY Limo Car Crash May Turn Into a Major Wrongful Death Case

We are deeply saddened about the devastating limousine crash in New York state that killed 20 people, including everyone inside of the limo. It was the deadliest car accident to occur in the US in more than 13 years. Federal and…

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Sexual Assault and Personal Injury Law

This week while the topic of sexual assault has been front and center around the country, we’ve been acutely aware that this prominent public discussion has been liberating for some of our clients and painful for others. Over the years,…

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Getting a Flu Shot is Your Civic Duty

Flu Season is Upon Us!  No one wants to get the flu, but many of us aren’t fully aware that coming down with the dreaded virus might mean more than just a few weeks of misery. Last winter saw the…

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Keeping Your Kids Safe on the Road: New Guidelines Show the Way

The most dangerous thing many of us do on a given day is also one of the most common things: we get into our cars and take to the road. The National Safety Council estimated that in 2017, more than…

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Avoid Hurricane Injuries With Careful Preparation

With Hurricane Florence barreling toward the East Coast as an extremely dangerous Category 4 storm, the number one priority for everyone in the storm’s path should be physical safety, both for themselves and for family, friends, and neighbors. Virginia’s Governor…

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The Dangerous Chaos Surrounding Electric Scooters

Lately, there has been an interesting new development in the transportation-share world: rental electric scooters that appear in cityscapes overnight, without much consideration for permitting or public safety. These smartphone-accessible vehicles have upended public safety in many neighborhoods, including right…

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