Virginia Consumer Resources

Living in Virginia? Looking for state resources? We can help you. We have compiled a comprehensive list of state resources that will point you in the direction of answers to your inquiry. Whether you’re looking for state agencies, legal resources, educational, financial, health, or employment-related sites, you can find links on them here.

Below is a summary of what each link has to offer. Any necessary contact information is also provided.


Attorney General – Learn about different ways the Attorney General is protecting consumers and families in Virginia. Discover different programs implemented in your area. You can read more about the office. Links for Consumer Protection also provide an opportunity to file complaints. You can contact the office at (804) 786-2071.

Bureau of Insurance – This bureau protects consumers by ensuring that companies are providing affordable insurance and operating within Virginia law. You can get shopping tips or lookup information on producers. You can also file a complaint on the site. Consumer inquiries can be directed to (804) 371-9741.


Small Claims Court – If you are debating on filing a small claims court case, this webpage will give you information to help you make a decision. Our article will provide you with the statutes, court cost limits, and where you can sue. Find out attorney requirements and appeal processes. You can also read about special provisions in Virginia law.

Lemon Law – Is your recently purchased vehicle acting like a lemon? You can read our article and decide for yourself. We outline characteristics to Virginia’s lemon laws. We also interviewed an advisor with the Attorney General’s office to give you a step-by-step process of what to do.


Department of Education – Get information on Virginia’s educational system through this site. Students can research colleges and universities in the state. Parents can learn more about testing and curriculum standards. Special programs are also available to research.


Department of Health Professions – Get information on various health positions in the state. Conduct a general search. Practitioners can also update information or renew online. You can contact the department at (804) 367-4400.


Virginia Jobs – If you are looking for employment opportunities in Virginia, look no further. You can read state jobs listings, and find out how to apply. Read about career planning and get guides on how to further career development. Veterans can also find links specifically for their job hunt as well.

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