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No ‘Admissions’ Costs for Plaintiff (access required)

In this personal injury action in which the jury returned a verdict for plaintiff, the Richmond Circuit Court denies plaintiff’s motion for costs based on an assertion that evidence at trial showed that facts should have been admitted during discovery. Generally, defendant’s responses consisted of objections on attorney-client work product grounds. After stating the objection, the ...

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