Big insurance companies are no longer sending qualified claims adjusters to view the victims of a crash. Instead they use inaccurate database software to automate claims. Colossus Software: Is Technology The Answer for Your Claim? Computers have become such an integral part of our society that it’s difficult to imagine life without them. We shop, […]

Are you wondering what steps can be taken by drivers, automobile manufacturers, and the Federal government to improve driving safety? Barbara S. Williams P.C., an experienced personal injury attorney for Loudoun, Fairfax, and Northern Virginia, provides a summary of some recent recommendations for automotive safety. Please contact Barbara S. Williams today if you or someone […]

Virginia man awarded $14 million against Hyundai after suffering a Traumatic Brain Injury in a crash due to his side air bags failing to deploy. This article from Reuters.com talks about the case of a Virginia man who was awarded $14 million in a case against Hyundai. Mr. Zachary Duncan was involved in a car […]

The National Transportation Safety Board voted unanimously on May 14, 2013 to issue bold recommendations to help the US eliminate alcohol-impaired driving. “Courtesy: National Transportation Safety Board” Safety Report on Eliminating Impaired Driving On May 14, 2013, the 25th anniversary of our nation’s deadliest drunk-driving crash, which killed 24 children and three adults in Carrollton, […]

This article from foxnews.com describes the reasons why the number of traffic fatalities have decreased. Read More About Highway Deaths Fall to Lowest Level Since 1949…

This question and answer section from The Washington Post gave readers a chance to ask Dr. David Williamson, Director of the inpatient Traumatic Brain Injury Unit at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, questions about traumatic brain injuries. Click the link below to read more. Read More About Dr. David Williamson – Questions […]

A $3 million medical malpractice jury verdict will be reduced to the state cap of $1,925,000. The case was tried in Winchester in May 2010. Barbara S. Williams and Roger Creager were the plaintiff’s attorneys. Please follow the link below to learn more about this case. Read More About Medical Malpractice Verdict Reduced to Statutory […]

Helpful guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on how to prevent a concussion. Common signs and symptoms of a concussion are listed in the event a head injury does occur. Read More About CDC Guidelines to Help Prevent a Concussion…

A Belgian man involved in a near fatal car crash in 1983 was presumed to be in a vegetative state for 23 years. However, a neurologist discovered his brain was still functioning and he was conscious the entire time. Read More About Car Crash Victim Thought to be in Coma for 23 Years was Conscious…

A recent study shows that medical malpractice insurers are more profitable than a whopping 99% of those companies listed as Fortune 500 companies (the 500 richest companies in America). This study discredits the insurance industry’s well lobbied claim that “frivolous lawsuits” raise the cost of insurance, which health care providers must then pass on to […]

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