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  • Meet Rex L. Edwards, Jr.

    Meet Rex L. Edwards, Jr. , a partner at Davies, Barrell, Will, Lewellyn & Edwards, PLC . He has been with the firm since 1992. What areas of Law do you practice? Primarily Family Law and Personal Injury What is it about these areas of legal practice that bring you to work every day? The human contact. I represent people who have difficulties and it’s rewarding to feel like I’m making a difference ...
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  • What to Say After a Motor Vehicle Accident

    The number one rule after a motor vehicle accident is do not give a statement to any insurance company about the accident until you have spoken to a qualified attorney . There are no exceptions to this rule. You, or someone on your behalf, should report the accident to your own insurance company as soon as practical. But you do not want to give a statement about the accident. This can be difficult ...
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  • Are There Risks to Using Social Media in Litigation?

    Even though you might believe that your account is private and you have ensured your privacy settings are switched on, you may be surprised to learn that your social media posts are not actually private. Social media has quickly become an instrumental tool in litigation, in many different types of cases such as personal injury, criminal charges, family law matters, employment law, and much more. ...
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  • $1.8 Million Jury Award In Wrongful Pregnancy Case

    DISCLAIMER: CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE AND DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR RESULT IN ANY FUTURE CASE. Stephen K. Lewellyn , senior litigation attorney at Davies, Barrell, Will, Lewellyn & Edwards, PLC of Culpeper, recently won a jury verdict for $1.8 Million in the Newport News Circuit Court for a client in a case involving a medical malpractice claim ...
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  • Minimum Insurance Leaves Drivers Vulnerable to Uninsured and Underinsured Negligent Drivers

    If you drive a car in Virginia, you are required by law to carry liability insurance of at least $25,000 of coverage per claimant with a cap of $50,000 if multiple claims arise from the same accident. There are additional optional coverages to complete what people often describe as “full coverage”. Many people, however, who believe they are adequately protected because they have “full coverage,” ...
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