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Slip and Fall

I was Hurt on Someone Else’s Property, What are My Options?

By Buck, Toscano & Tereskerz, LTD. |

What is Premises Liability? Unfortunately it is not uncommon for someone to be injured on property that is not their own. According to the National Floor Safety Institute, falls account for more than 8 million emergency room visits a year while slip and falls account for more than one million. Half of the elderly… Read More »

Tactics used by insurance companies in an injury case

Tactics Used by Insurance Companies During an Injury Case

By Buck, Toscano & Tereskerz, LTD. |

When we decide to represent clients in a personal injury claim, we frequently find ourselves sitting opposite the insurance company of the party responsible for the injuries. It doesn’t matter if it is a motorcycle accident, a slip and fall at a place of business, or nursing home abuse, at some point the other… Read More »

starting a business

What Structure Should I Use for My New Business?

By Buck, Toscano & Tereskerz, LTD. |

Starting and running a new business can be exciting, but there are a ton of decisions you’ll have to make on the front end. Not only do you want to protect your investment in the business, but also your personal assets. No matter the size of your business, it’s always a good idea to… Read More »

Divorce and your Credit Score

Divorce and Your Credit Score

By Buck, Toscano & Tereskerz, LTD. |

Thousands of people get divorced every year in Virginia. Whether you are planning to file for divorce, have already filed, or are about to finalize a divorce, you need to understand how this process will affect your credit score. For the most part, the divorce process itself will not directly affect your credit score…. Read More »

Visitation and the Holidays

Visitation and the Holidays

By Buck, Toscano & Tereskerz, LTD. |

The holiday season can be tough for families that no longer live under the same roof, or never did. Many conflicts tend to arise regarding holiday visitation schedules. While each family has its own traditions, a fair schedule should do its best to honor these as well as be fair to each parent and… Read More »

Substantial Settlement Obtained From a Landlord for a Pit Bull Dog Attack on a Visitor

By Buck, Toscano & Tereskerz, LTD. |

In what is believed to be a first in Virginia, Frank Buck, Personal Injury Attorney in Charlottesville obtained a substantial financial settlement from a landlord for the personal injuries of his client due to an attack by an apartment tenant’s Pit Bull Terrier. Lori, the client, was visiting an apartment complex to walk a… Read More »

Collecting Delinquent Association Dues

By Buck, Toscano & Tereskerz, LTD. |

Who Can Sign the Warrant in Debt for a Home Owners Association? In our previous blog post (Jan 9, 2012) we commented on the relative pros and cons of proceeding with a warrant in debt versus an HOA lien for delinquent dues or assessments. If an association decides to file for a warrant in… Read More »

Beware of the Time Trap When Filing an Injury Claim against the Commonwealth of Virginia

By Buck, Toscano & Tereskerz, LTD. |

Although many people are aware that there is a time limitation of two years for filing personal injury claims, most people and some lawyers are not aware that in cases involving claims against the Commonwealth of Virginia, the claim shall be “forever barred unless the claimant…has filed a written statement of the nature of… Read More »

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