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Immigration Law

Green Cards In the United States of America, a card granting the holder lawful permanent residence is often referred to as a “green card” (technically known as the I-551) because it gives that individual the “green light” to stay in the country and to pursue naturalization (citizenship) if they desire. Also, the original cards were green in color. At The Alvarez Law Firm, PLLC, we want to be a part of this momentous step on your journey to fulfilling your American dream. Your immigration story, and all of the questions you have about immigration law are important to us. Green cards […]

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Bike Accidents

Why do I need an attorney if I am involved in a bicycle accident? A bicyclist is killed in a bicycle accident every six hours in the United States! If you are a bicyclist who is following the Virginia bicycle safety laws and you are injured in an accident with a vehicle, you might believe that the insurance company of the culpable party will cover the expenses of any injuries you have suffered. However, this tends to not be the case, as the opposing insurance company is not interested in making you whole, but only in their bottom line. This […]

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Car Accidents

Every four minutes, there is a car accident reported on a Virginia road or highway. Most of these accidents can be attributed to negligent and reckless acts. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, of which was not your fault, then you may be entitled to compensation. The Alvarez Law Firm, PLLC can fight against negligent drivers and hold them accountable for your injuries, pain, suffering, and any financial harm they have caused you. If you’ve been injured in a car accident – we are sorry for what you are going through and we know how stressful […]

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Pedestrian Injuries

Virginia law gives a pedestrian the right-of-way when crossing a street or highway whenever they are: In a crosswalk, At a regular pedestrian crossing at the end of a block; or, By the most direct route at any intersection where the speed limit is 35 mph or less. Additionally, Virginia law states that a pedestrian’s right-of-way begins on one side of the street and continues until the pedestrian has completed crossing the street while: In a crosswalk; At a regular pedestrian crossing; or At an intersection where the speed limit is 35 mph or less. The driver of a car […]

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