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Monthly Archives: March 2010

Workers’ Comp – Medical Payments – Treating Physician Change (access required)

A claimant’s complaint to her supervisor that she continued to suffer worsening pain from her on-the-job injury and the supervisor’s response that he would get in touch about her seeing a doctor, supported her contention that she consulted with employer ...

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Workers’ Comp – Change In Condition – Refusal Of Selective Employment (access required)

A 50-year-old stockroom employee who suffered a work-related spinal injury is entitled to temporary total disability benefits, the Court of Appeals says, based on her treating orthopedic surgeon’s opinion that the employee’s continued pain and decreased sensation in her lower ...

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Traffic Offenses – DUI – Second Offense – Prior Calif. Conviction (access required)

Although defendant was not subjected to a blood alcohol test because the three-hour window for such a test expired when the officer could not find an available, certified technician to administer the test, there was ample evidence to convict her ...

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VSB Disciplinary Actions (access required)

On March 4, a VSB Sixth District Subcommittee issued a public admonition to Williamsburg lawyer Edgar R. Jones for violating a professional rule that governs declining or terminating representation. The misconduct occurred in a case that involved possible employment discrimination ...

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