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Conditions of Use:
This website is an advertisement for legal services by the law offices of Daniel Rodgers, PLC, Virginia Beach Attorney.

Although there are some educational materials on this site that we hope are generally helpful, nothing at this site purports to give legal advice or form a lawyer client relationship between you and the law firm. Use of the site is subject to your agreement that in order to form a lawyer client relationship, something more than using this site, or contact in any way, is required. In order to form a lawyer client relationship or receive legal advice, there must be a written agreement that such is the relationship and being provided, specifically between you and the law firm. All suggestions of what the Firm may do are conditioned on it accepting your case, and those actions being deemed appropriate in the specific matters of your case.

Use of the site is also conditioned on the agreement that all activity and relations related to or stemming from the site are governed by Virginia Law (with the exception of Virginia’s choice of law provisions) and subject to the jurisdiction of Virginia Courts, with Venue in Virginia Beach, VA, USA. Clients agree that they are contacting Virginia Beach Attorney Daniel Rodgers, PLC, at his office in the Commonwealth of Virginia, if they choose to do so, with an offer requesting him to represent them, consult with them, or help them in some way, and that this website in and of itself does not constitute an offer. Clients agree that in exchange for the cosideration of being able to use the site and its information, that they understand the jurisdictional requirements, the choice of law provisions, and that they understand that they may only sue and otherwise pursue claims for any reason in Virginia Courts, or as outlined in any representation agreement.

Any narrative of past results on this website does not imply, and should not be interpreted as implying, future results. Each court case, application to an Agency, or other legal or consulting matter, is different. Even where things have always gone one way or another, they may go differently the next time.

The Virginia State Bar requires many of these types of notices to be placed, in part to be sure that no misunderstanding occurs to your detriment.