Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly – July 28, 2008 The plaintiff operated a car detailing business and rented a storage unit from the defendant for his business. On Aug. 25, 2006, when the plaintiff entered the door of his storage unit, the overhead door fell, struck him on the head, and knocked him unconscious. Several weeks prior to this incident, the plaintiff and two of his employees had informed the defendant that the door was malfunctioning. The defendant sent a maintenance man to the … [Read more...]
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Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly - 9/10/07 Plaintiff was going to his car to roll his windows up during a rainstorm, tripped on a crack in the asphalt and fell heavily on his shoulder. He required a surgical repair and had a permanent injury to his shoulder. Read the full story here. … [Read more...]
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. The plaintiff was a 59-year-old warehouse worker from Broadnax in Brunswick County. On Oct. 16, 2002, he was working at Pecht Distributors in Lawrenceville when a delivery from the Budweiser brewery in Williams-burg was made. The defendant Commercial Carrier Corporation and its driver, defendant Larry Blizzard, delivered the beer. The driver had great difficulty backing the tractor-trailer into position at the loading dock. After approximately 30 to 35 … [Read more...]
From Virginia Lawyers Weekly - March 6, 2006 The plaintiff stopped at a red light prior to entering an intersection. When the light turned green, she proceeded into the intersection and was struck by the defendant. The defendant was traveling in the opposite direction from the plaintiff. The defendant told the investigating officer that he had a green light and was turning left as he entered the intersection. The plaintiff sustained a left femur fracture and permanent scarring from the … [Read more...]
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly - 4/25/05 The plaintiff was a driver who was T-boned by a tractor-trailer owned and operated by a national company. The plaintiff was transported by helicopter from the scene. The plaintiff was treated and released from Norfolk Sentara emergency room and later admitted to John Randolph Hospital. Click here to read the full story. … [Read more...]
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly - 4/11/05 The plaintiff was driving her vehicle when a backhoe carrying a steel plate pulled out from behind a delivery truck, into the path of the plaintiff’s vehicle, and the steel plate entered through the windshield, striking the plaintiff in the head. Plaintiff was taken to the hospital, where she was treated for a laceration above the left eye and released. Plaintiff filed suit against the driver of the backhoe and against the driver of the … [Read more...]