At Cranwell & Moore P.L.C., we believe in keeping our clients informed in all aspects of their case. This includes being informed of current events and the latest in personal injury topics. From ways to protect your children from injury, to drug recalls and changes in Virginia state laws, we want to stay on top of all relevant changes for our clients.
Keeping Our Clients Informed
Below are links to various articles related to personal injury, medical malpractice, truck accidents, product liability, and more. For more information about our law firm or to speak with one of our seasoned injury attorneys in Virginia, we invite you to contact us online. You can also call us at 540-904-1621 or toll free 888-635-6304. We look forward to hearing your story and helping you on the road to recovery.
- Nursing home abuse in Virginia: Laws and remedies
- Legislation unveiled in Virginia to curb distracted driving problem
- Guarding against underinsured drivers
- State of Virginia contributes to new alcohol detection technology
- Truck driving safety tips
- 5 ways adverse drug events in Virginia can be prevented
- 5 ways to protect children against defective or dangerous toys
- AAA study highlights danger of teen driver accidents during summer
- Are motorcyclists in Virginia safe?
- Distracted driving epidemic continues despite texting law
- Understanding the different types of product defects
- Recent dog attack illustrates Virginia’s liability laws
- Obstetric violence is a concern for Virginia mothers
- Why are Virginia and U.S. traffic fatalities spiking this year?
- Not always friendly: Dog attacks may be deadly
- Myths about multitasking may contribute to distracted driving problem
- Three risks energy drinks pose to teens and adolescents
- Distracted drivers the cause of most truck accidents in Virginia
- 4 motorcyclists killed in Virginia over Fourth of July holiday
- Virginia parents: Talk to your teens about drunk driving
- Hospital error exposes patients to deadly disease
- Alert urges hospitals to address problem of retained surgical objects
- West Virginia woman injured during cosmetic laser treatment
- Will Virginia governor sign bill to toughen texting-while-driving laws?
- Adding a patient to nurse workloads increases infections, study finds
- Cerebral Palsy Caused by Medical Mistake
- The Danger of Fatigued Commercial Drivers