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River Run Law’s Casey Ariail Weighs in on Virginia’s New COVID-19 Workers’ Compensation Laws

Richmond, VA (September 7, 2021) — Virginia recently passed a law extending COVID-19-related workers’ compensation coverage to first responders and front-line medical workers. This expansion allows these kinds of employees who contract or contracted COVID-19 to seek compensation from their employers.  Workers’ compensation attorneys expect complications from this new law. When a claim is filed, the law presupposes that...

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River Run Law Firm Named Best of Richmond 2021

Thousands of Richmond residents voted in Richmond Magazine’s Best & Worst 2021 ballot in the spring. Respondents shared their opinions in 194 categories, ranging from the best cocktail hour to the best flower shop, from the best cake to the best concert venue. The ballot also covered a variety of service categories so people could make recommendations about where...

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Can You File a First Responders Virginia Workers’ Comp Claim for COVID-19?

It’s been a tough year-and-a-half for Virginia’s first responders and frontline health care workers. In many instances, the First Responders are the initial people to interact with someone who is seriously ill with COVID-19. There is a good reason why they are considered the heroes of this pandemic. One of the many issues they face is what type of...

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What Is the Virginia Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Claims?

The Virginia statute of limitations gives you only two years after an accident to file a lawsuit. Although the law provides some limited exceptions, you likely must take action within that period. Otherwise, you could lose the right to recover compensation for your injuries and other damages. Contact an attorney as soon as possible after a car accident, truck...

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Do I Need to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney in Virginia?

If you sustained injuries due to someone’s negligent or wrongful actions, you might be considering a legal claim. If so, you likely have many questions about the process. One of the most common questions potential clients ask us is, do I need a personal injury lawyer to get a settlement? Although you can pursue a claim on your own,...

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Casey Ariail Named 2022 Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch

River Run Law is pleased to share that Best Lawyers named Casey Ariail as a 2022 attorney to watch in the fields of Workers’ Compensation Law – Claimants and Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Law. Casey is a co-founder of River Run Law, and he has passionately advocated for his clients throughout his legal career. Beyond being regarded by his clients,...

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River Run Law Named Best of Richmond

Style Weekly released in August 2021 a list of readers’ choice Best in Richmond businesses. River Run Law and Casey Ariail are proud to be featured on this list. The digital and print magazine surveys the community on a variety of business categories, asking individuals what places they think are the best of Richmond, Virginia. Casey is featured in...

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FAQ: What is Diminished Value Claim in Virginia?

Virginia motorists are entitled to compensation after an automobile wreck caused by another. This includes all property damage to their cars. Under most auto insurance policies, insurance agencies broadly promise to pay for direct damages resulting from an auto accident. In cases like this, a motorist in Virginia may be able to file a diminished value claim to compensate...

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6 Most Common Car Accident Injuries

There are several types of injuries associated with car accidents, but some are more common than others. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 2.7 million people sustain an injury in car accidents every year. While a majority of crashes do not have a reported injury, the ones that do often involve serious injuries with...

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What To Do If Your Car Accident Report is Inaccurate

Following a car accident, a responding police officer usually files a report detailing the incident. This document, also known as a car accident report, contains important information about the crash, including:  Names of the drivers involved in the accident Statements from the drivers or potential witnesses Damage to any vehicles or property Injuries sustained by drivers, passengers, or pedestrians...

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