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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10 Startling Virginia 2017 Traffic Accident Facts

10 Startling Virginia 2017 Traffic Accident Facts

From South Hill to Arlington, Reedville to Abingdon, Richmond to Charlottesville and everywhere in between: How safe are Virginia roadways? We turned to the DMV’s 2017 Virginia Crash Facts publication to learn more. Overall Statistics 1. In Virginia, 843 people lost their lives in motor vehicle crashes in 2017―a 10.8% increase over 2016. Another 65,000 […]

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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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Hidden Danger: Driving After Daylight Savings Time

Hidden Danger: Driving After Daylight Savings Time

Twice each year – at 2 a.m. on the second Sundays of March and November― 48 of the 50 United States participate in a time-shifting phenomenon known as Daylight Savings Time (DST). The result is that when you awaken on Sunday morning, November 5, we will have set our clocks back by an hour to […]

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Driver Deaths Rise as Economy Recovers

Driver Deaths Rise as Economy Recovers

On May 25, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) came out with an alarming announcement. As the economy improves and more workers are regularly driving on our nation’s roads and highways, the driver death rate is predicted to rise. With current expectations for the economy to continue its recovery, the IIHS expects driver death […]

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