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Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly: The decedent was operating a motor vehicle when he was struck from behind by another vehicle. Decedent died at the scene. The beneficiaries were his widow and two minor children. Click Here for More InformationRead More
Summary: A Richmond jury awarded $4.5 million to a man who suffered a brain injury after being t-boned by a heavy-duty work truck while stopped at a light. The plaintiff was the driver of a Ford Explorer that was stopped at an intersection in Chesterfield County. The defendant, who was driving a Ford F550, drove …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
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. February 13, 2017 – Hotel housekeeper hurt in laundry gas explosion Plaintiff worked as a housekeeper at a hotel. The 36-year-old female sustained 2nd and 3rd-degree burns to her face, neck, upper body, arms and hands after the natural gas dryer she was using for laundry exploded. Click here to read …Read More
Plaintiff was a 36-year-old female immigrant from the Caribbean who worked as a housekeeper at a hotel. She was doing laundry in a laundry room equipped with natural gas dryers. She placed her clothes in the dryer, started the dryer, and began to walk out of the laundry room. As she opened the door and …Read More