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Insufficient Filing Fees - Another Malpractice Trap

In order to file most lawsuits in Virginia, a plaintiff is required to pay the Clerk's Office a filing fee in an amount that is often correlated to the nature and amount of the lawsuit. What many do not realize is that this fee is not some peripheral requirement, but is a condition of the lawsuit being considered to have been filed at all.

Property Damage Coverage - How Much Is Enough?

Every policy of automobile insurance issued in the Commonwealth of Virginia provides for coverage in the event you damage someone else's car through your own fault. Under such circumstances, your insurance company would be responsible to pay for the damage done to the other vehicle - but only up to the extent of your policy limits. The key, therefore, is to make certain that your own policy carries enough property damage coverage to fully protect you, if you happen to cause an accident with another car. But how much property damage is enough?

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