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McDonnell keeps lawyering up, with Brownlee latest hire

(AP) Gov. Bob McDonnell added former Virginia U.S. attorney John Brownlee to the private legal team he’s assembling to cope with state and federal investigations into gifts to him and his family from the head of a troubled nutritional supplements ...

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A revolution for real estate apps? (access required)

Some industries are more geared for mobile applications than others. Construction, for example, benefits greatly from the flexibility that apps provide, but professions like accounting or human resources don’t have much need to be mobile. Real estate falls into the ...

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$10M umbrella policy could apply to personal injury claim – $4,000,000 Settlement (access required)

On June 28, 2006, plaintiff, a 55-year-old Harvard-educated economist working at the International Monetary Fund, suffered a severe traumatic brain injury when his car was broadsided by a speeding vehicle as he was crossing over Lee Highway just north of ...

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Collision aggravated pre-existing spinal condition – $600,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff and his wife were traveling northbound in the right lane of Route 1 in Fredericksburg when defendant, driving a tractor-trailer, pulled out from a truck stop and collided with the right side of plaintiff’s car. The impact aggravated pre-existing ...

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Policy limits paid in collision case – $100,000 Settlement (access required)

This case stemmed from a rear-end collision at an intersection. The plaintiff suffered a rotator cuff injury to the left shoulder. Defendant’s auto insurance policy limits were $100,000. All bills were paid by medical insurance; there was no lien. [13-T-107] ...

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