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Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. Following the emergency surgery, Adcock remained an in-patient for more than 30 days and was in a rehabilitation unit for another month. He was discharged in mid-November 2016, but he continued to have problems and his wound did not heal. In early January 2017, Adcock noticed something protruding from his …Read More
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. Plaintiff was a customer in a retail store that was undergoing renovations. A contractor was performing work above a display case when he accidentally kicked a cardboard sign that was framed with steel while climbing down a step ladder. The construction area was not roped off and there were no …Read More
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. The plaintiff was a 71-yearold resident of a nursing home who was a passenger in a medical transport van. The host driver failed to stop at a stop sign, resulting in a T-bone collision on the passenger side of the van. The plaintiff was wheelchair-bound before the collision and had …Read More
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. The plaintiff suffered a concussion that resolved within two months. She sustained a grade 2 liver laceration that resolved without any treatment. The most significant injury was a broken nose that resulted in a deviated septum. The plaintiff suffered breathing problems and nasal congestion for two years until August 2020 …Read More
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. The plaintiff was a passenger in a tractor-trailer that ran off the road and overturned when the driver lost control. The driver was killed as a result of the accident. The plaintiff suffered catastrophic injuries including a C7 spinal cord injury which rendered her quadriplegic. The plaintiff required extensive …Read More