Virginia Wrongful Death Blog

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  • Common Types of Wrongful Death in Virginia Car accidents and medical negligence are two of the most common causes of wrongful deaths in Virginia. Discussing your situation with an experienced, local Fairfax wrongful death attorney like Ben Glass can help you determine whether you have a claim. When filing a wrongful death claim in Virginia you don’t need to go it alone. Contact Ben Glass Law today – 703-591-9829.
  • Determining Wrongful Death in Virginia Any time we lose a loved one we may consider that their death was “wrong” – but there are actual guidelines for determining what a “wrongful death” is in Virginia. Discussing your situation with an experienced Fairfax wrongful death attorney like Ben Glass can help you determine whether you have a claim. When filing a wrongful death claim in Virginia you don’t need to go it alone. Contact Ben Glass Law today – 703-591-9829.
  • The Order of Virginia Wrongful Death Beneficiaries Determining the beneficiaries of a wrongful death settlement in Virginia is subject to the Virginia Code. When filing a wrongful death claim in Virginia, you don’t need to go it alone. An experienced, local Fairfax wrongful death attorney like Ben Glass can help Virginia and D.C. residents like you with your wrongful death claim – 703-591-9829.
  • Virginia Wrongful Death Lawsuit: Know What Damages are Available Depending on your circumstances, you may be entitled to up to 5 types of damages when seeking compensation for the wrongful death of a loved one. An experienced, local Fairfax wrongful death attorney like Ben Glass can help Virginia and D.C. residents like you with your wrongful death claim. Contact us today – 703-591-9829.
  • "No Boys With Cars" Case Settles For $1.75 Million Richmond, VA case regarding the responsibilities of a host parent to a guest child.