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Plaintiff can ‘stack’ UM/UIM coverage (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia ruled last Thursday that a girl badly injured in a car wreck can “stack” the uninsured/underinsured insurance coverage in her father’s auto policy, increasing the potential amount of money available for her injury. In the ...

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Bond claim survives CRESPA (access required)

Virginia’s statutory scheme for regulating real estate settlement agents – the CRESPA statute adopted in 1997 – does not prevent a suit to recover under the surety bond that settlement agents have to carry. In the current economic climate, with ...

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High court sets rules on expungement (access required)

A criminal defendant can have charges removed from police and court records even if it appears the trial judge believed he had committed the crime, the Supreme Court of Virginia ruled in two cases last week. The key, the court ...

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