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Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. October 29, 2012 – The plaintiffs were traveling through an intersection near Williamsburg when the Defendant 1 ran a red light and collided with the plaintiffs’ vehicle. At the time of the accident, Defendant 2 was involved in performing commercial activity at the intersection. Defendant 1 alleged employees working for …Read More
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. June 27, 2005 – Plaintiff was a passenger in a single-car crash on the interstate. Plaintiff was a domestic housekeeper being transported from winter to summer home of insured in insured’s vehicle by transporter – agent. Because of status, no claim for future wage loss was made. Plaintiff is permanently …Read More
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. October 22, 2012 – The plaintiff was visiting a friend at a Richmond apartment complex when he was injured after falling from the 3rd floor common area. The plaintiff was leaning against the wooden guardrail smoking a cigarette when the railing collapsed, causing him to fall 19 feet, striking the …Read More
Excerpt from Virginia Lawyers Weekly. September 3, 2007 – A Chesterfield County circuit court jury has awarded $1.5 million to a young man who sustained serious right-leg injuries in a Dinwiddie County car crash. At the time of the collision, Troy Ingraham, 27, worked as a route salesman for Brown Distributing, a company that delivers …Read More
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