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March 2014 Archives

Police chase ends in auto accident and injury

Residents of Lynchburg, Virginia, know to move to the side of the road when a police car approaches with its lights flashing and sirens sounding. During high-speed police chases, however, there may not be time for motorists to get out of the way or other factors could result in a car accident involving the police car. The details of a police-related auto accident that occurred in Roanoke, Virginia, on March 27 are still under investigation

Virginia man crashes into estranged wife's home

Most of the time, when residents of Lynchburg, Virginia, consider a vehicle accident, they think of cars and trucks on the road. A car or truck accident on the road can cause a lot of damage and personal injury to drivers and passengers. When a vehicle leaves the road and crashes into a structure or home, injuries and damages can be compounded. Though no physical injuries occurred when a man in a nearby city crashed into a residence, he did cause damage to the property and his already estranged family relationship.

Virginia law delivers odd results in uninstured motorist crash

For residents of Virginia, auto insurance is something relied upon to help pick up the pieces after an accident. When an uninsured motorist is involved in an auto accident, however, a Virginia law dating back to 1976 can create an odd situation that pits policy owners against the insurance company that is supposed to protect them.