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Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly – January 22, 2018 The plaintiff was injured in an automobile crash when his host vehicle was struck on the passenger side by a large pickup truck. The plaintiff lost consciousness at the scene and sustained a large soft tissue injury to his right shoulder from the side-view mirror’s being …Read More
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly – July 10, 2017 This was a personal injury case arising from a motor vehicle collision in Hanover County on March 15, 2015. The plaintiff, 22 at the time, was driving home from the grocery store when the defendant ran a stop-sign and T-boned the plaintiff ’s vehicle. The plaintiff …Read More
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly – March 11, 2013 A four-vehicle chain-reaction collision occurred on Nov. 23, 2009, in Farmville. The plaintiff, a 56-year-old male, was the driver of the first vehicle line of three vehicles stopped at a red light. The defendant failed to stop and struck the vehicle in front of her, which …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
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly On Dec. 17, 2005, the plaintiff was the operator of a motor vehicle that was struck on U.S. 360 by a dump truck that failed to yield the right of way at the intersection with Route 642. The plaintiff sustained a hard impact to the left side of her vehicle, …Read More