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The modern world has not seen a public health crisis like COVID-19. Business, commerce, travel, and nearly everything we’ve come to depend on in our daily lives ground to a halt to help stop the spread of a disease that kills without discrimination. While most of the public was told…

Summer is upon us, and for many of us, this is the season in which we look forward to vacationing. But as the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the United States and around the world, is it a good idea to make travel plans? Because cases of COVID-19 are still…

While the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all segments of the U.S. economy, among those struggling the most right now are so-called “essential workers.” This is particularly true of commercial truck drivers, who have to keep up their delivery schedules so grocery stores stay stocked, gas stations have fuel, pharmacies…

Car crashes are a leading cause of death in the United States. According to the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA), 18% of roadway fatalities involved people who were hit and killed while walking or bicycling.  Most vehicle-related deaths are preventable. Some safety advocates believe that changing the way we talk…

Have you ever been waiting in line at your local pharmacy and watched as the pharmacist behind the counter tries to juggle filling prescriptions, answering patients’ questions about their prescription, giving flu shots, talking on the phone to insurance companies and doctor’s offices, answering questions from pharmacy technicians, and more?…

Texting while driving is perhaps the most dangerous form of distracted driving, and this year Virginia lawmakers have expanded hands-free driving prohibitions to combat this problem. Because new laws have been implemented in recent years, it is not uncommon for residents of and visitors to Virginia to be unaware of…

People in Virginia who drive in the Hampton Roads area, you are likely familiar with the ongoing construction on Interstate 64 and Interstate 264. Construction to improve these highways began in November 2016, but the Virginia Department of Transportation estimates that construction on I-64 and I-264 won’t be completed until…

Wherever there is road construction, drivers are at increased risk of being involved in an accident. Accidents commonly occur near construction zones for a multitude of reasons, including improper signage, confusing lane changes, or leftover construction debris. Interstate 264 in the Tidewater area has been under construction since November 2016….

Car accidents frequently happen on highways across the state of Virginia. Statistics don’t lie, though, and some highways are simply more dangerous than others. Highway 58 in the Tidewater region is a particularly dangerous stretch of road, according to news reports and crash statistics. Below, we’ll examine some recent collisions…