Law Office of Scott N. Kazem, PLC

The Experience you need, the Commitment you deserve to get you the Results you desire. DWI, Traffic and Criminal Defense Auto Accident Injuries

FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION for Auto Injury and Criminal cases. If you have been injured in an auto or motorcycle accident, our team is compassionate to our clients and aggressive with insurance companies. We will find all the coverage available to maximize your recovery. If you have been charged with a crime or traffic offense we have the experience to handle your case. We regularly handle the following charges: Drugs (possession, distribution), Alcohol (DWI, DIP, Underage Drinking, etc.), Speeding, Reckless Driving, Driving on a Suspended License, Trespassing, Shoplifting, Larceny, Assault & Battery, Embezzlement and other crimes.

Addressing An Accident With An Uninsured Driver

All car accidents are overwhelming, but a crash with an uninsured driver is especially difficult. What should Virginia motorists do? Learn key steps to take after a crash.

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Sobriety Checkpoint Friday In Loudoun County A sobriety checkpoint conducted by the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is scheduled to begin shortly after 10 p.m. Friday.

Why don't auto insurers pay what they're supposed to?

After car accidents, insurers are quick to underpay claims. Or deny them outright.

[04/25/18]   It has been a busy and successful morning. Felony dismissed this morning in Loudoun at 8:30, then a great result in Herndon at 9:30. 2 happy clients.

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Enjoy 4/20 responsibly!

Possession of Marijuana in any amount is still unlawful in Virginia. Please do not drive after drinking and/or using drugs. The Sheriff Office is out tonight looking for you. LCSO to Conduct a Sobriety Checkpoint on April 20th

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We will be giving away this HD dashboard camera on Monday, April 23, 2018 by Random Drawing. All you have to do is LIKE this page and leave a review on Google using link

The drawing will be done at Noon on April 23 for all reviews left by midnight on April 22, 2018.

Kit includes the camera, car charger, USB cable and charging hardware.

This Friday is April 20. Many of you will be needing our assistance. You may want to go ahead and put me on retainer now.

Take a Second Look!

There are many causes for Motorcycle Accidents and injury cases require special knowledge and experience in order to maximize recovery. If you are injured in a motorcycle accident, you want a lawyer who rides. Call for a free evaluation of your case. No fee until we recovery for you.

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Smaller objects, like motorcycles, moving towards you appear farther away than they really are. Protect motorcyclist. Stop and take a second look.

[04/07/18]   Take a minute to check out our website. We are currently overhauling it to allow me to blog and link to other business. Thank you for support.

Mondays are always interesting. We had 2 new clients who were injured because drunk drivers hit them over the weekend. We are here to help with everything from assisting with getting your car fixed, figuring out the best way to handle medical bills, working with your doctors to assure that your medical records are accurate, finding all available sources of coverage, to fighting with the insurance company to maximize your recovery. Do not hesitate to call, the earlier in the process the better. From minor fender benders to catastrophic accidents. No fee until we recovery for you.

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Auto accidents are No. 1 cause of death for U.S. teens

The danger of distracted (phones, etc.) and impaired driving needs to be emphasized to everyone. We have helped hundreds of people injured by impaired and distracted drivers. We can help you (571) 252-8315 Advertisement Autos Auto accidents are No. 1 cause of death for U.S. teens By Charles Fleming Jun 03, 2014 | 11:23 AM A California Highway Patrol officer examines the wreckage of a car crash on the Pomona (60) Freeway in Diamond Bar in February. (Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times) Auto accidents are...


Failing to plan is planning to fail. Get ready for your night out by designating a sober driver. #BuzzedDriving

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Where is the outrage about this? Thousands of young people are injured or die in accidents related to impaired or distracted driving. Please have a conversation with your kids about the dangers of riding with an impaired driver.

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You have been warned! DWI checkpoint tonight.

When To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney | DMV.ORG

An interesting take on when and why should hire a lawyer right away for your car accident case. More than half of our cases are referrals from former happy clients and other attorneys. We don't dabble in injury cases, this is what we do everyday. Learn when to hire a personal injury attorney if you are hurt in a car accident.

We always love to see one of our clients doing well. Glad we could help you get your business off the ground Todd.

Todd Ketch ditched his 25-year long career working as a lobbyist and running a couple of healthcare associations and is now opening a Pedego Electric Bikes shop in Alexandria.
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Virginia Senate passes bill to allow expungement of first marijuana charge

Things are starting to change here in Virginia. The Senate on Monday passed a bill that would allow someone charged with possession of marijuana for the first time to later pay $150 to have the charge expunged.

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The University of Michigan’s Survey Research Center is conducting a national research study in our area. The areas were scientifically selected to represent the community for this study. This study provides valuable information to policy-makers. Participation by the selected individual is completely voluntary and their confidentiality is protected by Federal Law.

The Interviewers wear photo ID badges which verify their employment by the University of Michigan. They contact only the households that have been notified of the study and that will be expecting their visit. Selected participants are free to refuse participation at any time.

If you observe any suspicious activity that is inconsistent from the above information please contact police at (703) 771-4500. For more information about the University of Michigan’s study please call their toll free number: 1-844-647-1408 Monday – Friday, 9am - 7pm (EST).

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Public Information Officer
Leesburg Police Department

Wisely spent advertising generating results. We are here to help, whether you find yourself in trouble with the law or have been injured in a car accident. Give us a call 571-252-8315

Remember, when you hire me you get ME!

[02/08/18]   2 for 2 on Reckless Driving tickets this morning!

I had the opportunity to help an old friend out of a jam today. Glad to be there for him.

Medical marijuana bill passes Virginia Senate 40-0


Do you like Trader Joes? Soon you won't have to drive 15 miles to Reston. The first building permits are in the pipeline.

Loudoun remains the fastest-growing county Virginia | Comments express only the views of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of this website or any associated person or entity. Any user who believes a message is objectionable can contact us at [email protected].

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Parents. It is important to monitor your teen's social media. You may be shocked by what you find.

How can you recognize a retired motorman LEO? At a stop light he opens the car door and puts his foot out.

After 23 years of service with the Loudoun Sheriff’s Office and nearly 50-years in law enforcement Sgt. Bill Nugent will retire at the end of this month.

Sgt. Nugent began his career 46-years ago in 1969 when he joined the Fairfax County Police Department. He joined the LCSO in 1994 where he worked in Patrol and Narcotics. In 2001 he became the supervisor of the Traffic Unit (Traffic Safety Unit).

During his tenure with the LCSO he worked with MADD Loudoun and coordinated all sobriety checkpoints in #Loudoun. With 12 Sobriety Checkpoints conducted per year, he has participated or supervised approximately 180 checkpoints. He also worked countless saturation patrols with an emphasis on traditional drinking holidays, and the enforcement efforts for the agency. Sgt. Nugent was recently honored with the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Officer of the Year award for top DUI enforcement/education.

Sgt. Nugent also supported the LCSO’s community outreach efforts, as he helped lead the Loudoun Motor Unit through two Santa Rides delivering toys to children hospitalized during the holidays. He was also a familiar face at many of the parades throughout the county, leading the parade routes as part of the motor unit.

He was joined Tuesday at his retirement ceremony by Loudoun Sheriff Mike Chapman, former Sheriff John Isom, numerous co-workers and recent retirees, members of the Fairfax County Police Department Motor Unit, representatives from the LCSO Auxiliary Unit, the Purcellville, Virginia Police Department, the Knights of Columbus 16234 and his family.

Congratulations Sgt. Nugent! We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors!

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you.


A great resource from the Virginia State Bar for parents to share with their teenagers about their rights and responsibilities that attach on their 18th birthday. Eighteen, the Magic Number Age of Majority: This is the age when a person is no longer a legal minor and now has full legal-responsibility. In Virginia, 18 is the age of majority.But what does that even mean? Turning 18 does not come with a set of instructions. That is why the Virginia State Bar and...

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#VIRGINIA 2019 Inspection Stickers to be Relocated on Vehicle Windshield

Effective Jan. 1, 2018, Virginia state inspection stickers will no longer be affixed to the bottom center of a vehicle’s windshield. Due to new innovations in the automotive industry, the state inspection stickers will be placed in the bottom left corner of the windshield, when viewed from inside the vehicle. This change in location will also apply to the placement of any other authorized stickers. There have been no changes made to the size or appearance of the existing vehicle inspection sticker.

The relocation stems from the fact that automobile manufacturers now offer crash avoidance technology in many of their vehicles. In such vehicles, the new technology utilizes the center of the windshield. Therefore the placement of items in that area, including stickers, could prevent crash avoidance systems from operating properly.

“The core mission of the Virginia Safety Inspection Program is to promote highway safety and the crash avoidance technology is another tool provided by manufacturers to ensure vehicles operated on the roadways are safe at all times,” said Capt. R.C. Maxey Jr., Virginia State Police Safety Division Commander. “Therefore, we immediately began evaluating the situation and set forth to make the necessary changes to the Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection Manual, which governs the placement of the safety inspection sticker on all vehicles.”

Existing Virginia vehicle inspection stickers are to remain in their current position – in the bottom center of the windshield. Once a vehicle is inspected and issued a 2019 sticker, the new inspection sticker must be placed in the lower left corner, which is consistent with other states across the nation.

The Virginia State Police Safety Division began Dec. 2, 2017, notifying all Virginia certified inspections stations of the placement change that is to take effect Jan. 1, 2018.

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