6 Motorcycle Safety Tips for Two-wheel Travelers

6 Motorcycle Safety Tips for Two-wheel Travelers

Nothing feels quite like the freedom of riding a motorcycle. The wind in your hair, the sun on your back, the ability to weave in and out of traffic — wait a minute, not so fast. Before you go full-on Easy Rider, remember that all the extra perks of riding a motorcycle can come at […]

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Things To Do with Kids in Richmond During Spring Break

Things To Do with Kids in Richmond During Spring Break

It’s finally Spring! Many Richmond-area schools have Spring Break on the calendar in late March and early April. How will you keep the kiddos entertained while helping them learn a thing or two without giving them unlimited screen time? Relax, Commonwealth Law Group has got you covered. Here are some creative ways to keep kids […]

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Vote for Commonwealth Law Group in Style Weekly’s  2018 “Best of Richmond” Poll

Vote for Commonwealth Law Group in Style Weekly’s 2018 “Best of Richmond” Poll

Deadline to vote: Friday, March 16, 2018 at 5 p.m. EDT! Please cast your vote here! Hey Richmonders and all Virginians: Who’s your favorite Richmond law firm? If it’s Commonwealth Law Group—and we hope it is—this week is the final week to vote in Style Weekly’s Readers’ Choice 2018 “Best of Richmond” Poll, which tallies […]

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Will Legalized Marijuana in Other States Impact Virginia Driver Safety?

Will Legalized Marijuana in Other States Impact Virginia Driver Safety?

Despite the fact that possession or use of marijuana for any reason remains illegal under United States federal law, individual states have passed laws legalizing some aspects of marijuana usage. In this evolving landscape, 30 states and the District of Columbia currently have laws allowing some possession of marijuana―including all the states north of Virginia. […]

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How Does Marijuana Affect Your Ability to Drive Safely?

How Does Marijuana Affect Your Ability to Drive Safely?

It is illegal to use or possess marijuana for any reason in the Commonwealth of Virginia, but newly appointed Gov. Ralph Northam pledged during his campaign to loosen restrictions. One of the major concerns with more forgiving marijuana laws is the increase in drivers getting behind the wheel while high―known as “driving while drugged.” How […]

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