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Monthly Archives: April 2011

Conversion Claim Based on Value of Fill-Dirt (access required)

Plaintiff business has stated claims for trespass and conversion against defendant company, which owns and is developing adjacent real estate for a hotel, for the company’s alleged trespass onto plaintiff’s property for excavation and removal of fill dirt, and the ...

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s No Spousal Support for Couple with Separate Property (access required)

At the end of this 10-year marriage between a college-educated accountant wife with separate investment properties, and a husband who has his own plumbing business, a Hanover County Circuit Court denies each party’s request for spousal support. The court also ...

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Body Shop Did Not Follow Auction Rules, Car Owner Collects (access required)

An auto body shop was negligent in auctioning plaintiff’s Honda, for which repair and storage amounts were owed, as the body shop did not follow DMV procedures for contesting the NADA value of the vehicle; a Norfolk Circuit Court awards ...

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Plaintiff Gets $2M UIM from Umbrella Policy (access required)

An endorsement in a policyholder’s Executive Umbrella Insurance Policy is ambiguous, and an Henrico Circuit Court construes the endorsement in favor of the policyholder who was injured in an auto accident, to provide $2 million in underinsured motorist coverage. In ...

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Judge replaces prosecutors with defense lawyer

After conflicts arose with two prosecutors’ offices, a Norfolk judge has appointed a criminal defense attorney to take over the government’s case against a man accused in a fatal auto crash. WTKR reports the judge appointed lawyer B. Thomas Reed ...

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