Enter Commonwealth Law Group’s $250 Super Bowl Giveaway

Enter Commonwealth Law Group’s $250 Super Bowl Giveaway

To Enter: Like us on Facebook and Post your Pick for Super Bowl LII Champion by 3 p.m. EST on January 21, 2018 It’s NFL Playoff season, leading up to a uniquely American tradition since 1966: the Super Bowl. The National Football League will host its 52nd annual championship on February 4, 2018 in Minneapolis. […]

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Meet Mo Blanton: Senior Paralegal

Meet Mo Blanton: Senior Paralegal

The experienced personal injury attorneys and workers’ compensation lawyers of Commonwealth Law Group offer personalized, client-focused services. Our staff works closely with our attorneys to monitor each case personally and provide our clients with this type of service. Because our staff is integral to our clients’ experience, we want to introduce each of them on […]

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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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Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes: From CLG’s Kitchen to Yours

Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes: From CLG’s Kitchen to Yours

It’s been nearly 400 years since the pilgrims celebrated the first Thanksgiving after the fall harvest in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621. According to one attendee, the feast lasted three days and was attended by 53 pilgrims and 90 Native Americans. Fast forward 396 years and our modern American Thanksgiving is significantly different from the original […]

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