CLG: Who We Are

CLG: Who We Are

At Commonwealth Law Group, we’re a tight-knit family of hardworking people with a singular purpose: To fight for the rights of those who’ve been wronged. Whether you’ve been injured at work or in a car, truck, tractor-trailer, motorcycle, drunk driver or pedestrian accident, we can help. As personal injury attorneys and workers’ compensation lawyers, we’ll […]

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Does Construction Work Increase Electrocution Risk?

Does Construction Work Increase Electrocution Risk?

Construction workers face many hazards when they go to work on construction sites each morning – there are trip hazards, risks of equipment failure and potential falls from dangerous heights. In addition, with multiple workers using a variety of electric power tools, potential contact with buried and overhead power lines, new wiring being installed, and […]

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Richmond Pedestrians Beware: Dangers of Neglected City Sidewalks

Richmond Pedestrians Beware: Dangers of Neglected City Sidewalks

If you’re a City of Richmond resident or visit the city often, you’ve likely noticed the city’s sidewalks are riddled with uneven pavement, cracked concrete and missing bricks that can pose a significant hazard to pedestrians. The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) defines a sidewalk trip hazard as any change of ¼ inch or more […]

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Things To Do With Kids in Richmond This Winter Break

Things To Do With Kids in Richmond This Winter Break

Everyone in your family is counting down the days until Winter Break, but for different reasons. Your kids can’t wait to be out of school, bingeing on episodes of Wild Kratts, but you’re sort of dreading it. What exactly are you going to do with them for the next two weeks? Sure, watching TV is […]

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CLG’s Christmas Food Donation Challenge

CLG’s Christmas Food Donation Challenge

Help Us Feed Hungry Central Virginia Residents: Bring Canned and Dry Food Items to Commonwealth Law Group December 8-December 20 It’s a shocking statistic: nearly 200,000 Central Virginia residents struggle with hunger—including 50,000 children in addition to families and seniors. One in six Central Virginians doesn’t know where their next meal will come from. Commonwealth […]

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