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Burnett and Williams has served clients and Virginia communities for over 40 years. In our blog, we share articles about important issues of personal injury law and community news. We welcome comments and questions!

Burnett & Williams Client Referrals

In this video, Rhonda Paice from The Law Offices of Ritenour Paice & Mougin-Boal talks about why she refers personal injury clients to Burnett & Williams.
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Peter Burnett on Automotive Insurance

In this video, Peter Burnett discusses Automotive Insurance, including the importance of Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage.
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Abbey to join Burnett & Williams

Abbey Burnett graduated from the University of Montana with a B.A. in Communications. She will be joining the firm as a legal assistant and marketing manager.

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Field of Dreams may break ground in September

Great news from Midlothian and the Beth Williams Field of Dreams Foundation. Informal conversations with county staff last week suggested we’re looking for a September groundbreaking, but we don’t want to get ahead of ourselves or the county procedures. Thanks…

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Doctors find value in saying “sorry”

The University of Michigan Health System found that the number of malpractice claims filed against them has been halved, the backlog of open claims reduced, the amount of time to resolve a claim lessened and the costs per claim reduced…

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B&W property wins design award

Peter's property at 104 Loudoun St. SE won the Makeovers category of the "Signatures of Loudoun Design Excellence Program"  

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Peter Burnett awarded Leesburg’s highest honor

Peter was thrilled to accept his second George C. Marshall Award at the 8th annual Business Appreciation Awards. This award is named after General Marshall's heroic legacy of  service and humility. The picture shows Peter accepting his award from 08…

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B&W Client pursues PhD

Nate Windle wrote a wonderful, touching letter to thank our staff for helping him maintain the ability to pursue his master's degree: I wanted to write and say again personally, 'thank you' as this opportunity would not have been possible…

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