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Plaintiff Can Itemize Damages at Closing (access required)

A plaintiff’s lawyer whose client alleged headaches and neck pain from an auto accident could show the jury a chart asking for specific amounts of money for itemized damages during closing argument, and the Supreme Court of Virginia upholds the $30,000 jury award to plaintiff. Plaintiff proffered medical bills of $948 and $4,173 and requested $50,000 ...

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