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Take Justice Back - American Association for Justice
Corporate America and the Insurance Industry Are After More Than Just Your Money. They want to take away your rights, knowing they can make even higher profits by keeping honest, hardworking Americans out of the courtroom. FIGHT BACK by sending a letter to Congress and telling your Representatives to fight for regular Americans, not Big Business.
Find My Accident
Resource for finding information about highway accidents.
- Brain Injury Association of Virginia
- Virginia State Bar
- Consumer Product Safety Commission
- Center for Justice & Democracy
- Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Lawyer Rankings and Legal News
Virginia Checkpoint Strikeforce
Checkpoint Strikeforce is a research-based, multi-state, zero-tolerance initiative designed to get impaired drivers off our roads using checkpoints and patrols when and where drunk driving is most likely to occur and, to educate the public about dangers and consequences of drunk driving.
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving
- Center for Disease Control (Impaired Driver Factsheet)
- Bikers Against Drunk Drivers
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
- Marshall-Wythe School of Law
Stop texting and driving
Nearly 500,000 young adults each year are injured due to various forms of distracted driving, including texting, mobile instant messaging, updating social media platforms, sending photos, etc. It's a habit deadlier than drunk driving To stop this dangerous behavior, the Ad Council collaborated with the office of the State Attorneys General and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to create a Texting and Driving Prevention campaign. The campaign targets young adult drivers and aims to show them the consequences of this seemingly benign behavior
- Fauquier County Bar Association
Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission
The Commonwealth of Virginia’s resource for employees working in the state, including helpful information for injured workers.
Occupational Safety & Health Administration: Construction Industry
The United States Department of Labor’s OSHA offers information on construction workplace safety and compliance, as well as helpful fact sheets and publications.
Commonwealth of Virginia State Corporation Commission: Bureau of Insurance
This site offers guidance on insurance coverage and rights in Virginia, including auto insurance. There are also several links to informative resources in Spanish.
Injury Prevention & Control: Motor Vehicle Safety
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers information on alcohol impairment on the roads, as well as social media resources.
Stop Impaired Driving
The NHTSA’s resource designed as a crackdown on national impaired driving. This site offers information on BAC, toolkits to deter drunk driving, and the latest in legislation and enforcement.
Another NHTSA contribution, this is a helpful site offering insight into the latest driving risk, distracted driving.
This website, a product of the NHTSA, offers information for vehicle shoppers and owners, with information on seasonal safety, tires, and operation.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
This site offers useful information on impaired and distracted driving, fuel economy, and safety. There are also consumer safety reports on vehicles, and the latest in national safety research and data.
Virginia Department of Health - Child Passenger Safety
The Virginia Department of Health offers safety seat installation how-to’s (in both English and Spanish) as well as a list of safety seat check stations, parent FAQ’s, and Virginia child restraint laws.
Virgina Department of Motor Vehicles
The Virginia Highway Safety Office website offers safety courses in motorcycle operation, as well as sites dedicated to pedestrian, bicycling, school bus, and teen driver safety.
- Warren County Bar Association
- Virginia DOT
- Washington & Lee School of Law
- George Mason School of Law
- Hamilton College
- James Madison University
- Virginia Governor's Office
- Virginia Department of Social Services
Free Case Evaluation
You'll find that we take a personal approach with our clients. From the first client meeting, our attorneys make it a point to be involved in every aspect of your case. Your will never be handed off to a paralegal, assistant, or "claim handler." Read more about our specific practice areas below.
Why Choose Us? Experience. Reputation. Results.
In Virginia personal injury law, reputation and success matter. Our firm has achieved the highest rating (AV Preeminent) by Martindale-Hubbell, based on the opinions of Virginia attorneys and judges. More important are the opinions of our clients, based on real results. We take pride in representing people with honesty and integrity. We'll work with absolute focus to right the wrong and ensure that your interest comes first under Virginia law.
Our cases typically involve serious car accidents, truck accidents, victims of drunk driving, fatal injuries, workplace injuries and other serious personal injury accidents. If you or a family member has been hurt, please review our site to learn more about Dulaney, Lauer & Thomas. Then, contact us for a free consultation at one of our three offices in Warrenton, Culpeper, and Front Royal, Virginia.
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