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HENRY ADOLPHUS THOMPSON V COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA
Corrections to pg.3, ln 23, (cite) and pg 5, ln 7, endanger”s”…
THOMPSON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA
THOMPSON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VA JULY 7, 1998 Record No. 1498-97-3 HENRY ADOLPHUS THOMPSON v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA OPINION BY JUDGE RICHARD S. BRAY FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF LYNCHBURG Mosby G. Perrow, III, Judge Present: Judges Bray, Overton and Bumgardner Argued at Salem, Virginia Margaret A. Nelson, Assistant Public Defender,…
Drunken-driving death was not ?accidental’
It’s not really clear what was on Earl Eckelberry’s mind when he took to the road in the wee hours of the morn on March 19, 2004. Eckelberry was traveling east on U.S. Route 50 near Parkersburg, W.Va., when his vehicle slammed into a tractor-trailer that was parked eight feet off the side of the…
Trial Report No. 95-T215, Negligence
Auto Accident – Back Injury Type of Action Personal injury Type of Injuries Soft tissue; cervical and lumbar sprain Name of Case Lindsey v. Lepp Court/Case No. Portsmouth Circuit Court Docket L92-0938 Judge or Jury Jury Name of Judge Judge Von Piersall, Jr. Damages Awarded or Settled Awarded Amount $61,031.18 Attorney for Plaintiff William P….
Drunken passenger settles despite contrib claim
Plaintiff was a passenger in a vehicle operated by the defendant in the early morning hours. Defendant had a blood alcohol content of 0.24 percent. Plaintiff had a BAC of 0.22 percent. Defendant contended that plaintiff grabbed the steering wheel and was “horsing around,” causing the vehicle to go off the roadway, and was therefore…
Negligence – Auto Accident – Mild Brain Injury – Neuropsychologist – Causation
Although a neuropsychologist’s test results of an auto-accident plaintiff may come into evidence with regard to plaintiff’s claim of mild traumatic brain injury, and the neuropsychologist may testify about the cause of plaintiff’s mental injuries, he may not testify as to causation of plaintiff’s physical human injury, and plaintiff’s motion in limine is granted in…
Henry J. Schrieberg
Retired Richmond General District Judge Henry J. Schrieberg died on Oct. 28 from injuries he received in a September auto accident. He was 90. The judge survived a spectacular two-car crash after he lost control of his Lincoln and struck an SUV on the Powhite Parkway in Richmond. After a period in intensive care, he…
Plaintiff who was hit by drunk driver gets compensatory, punitive damages – $45,215 Verdict
Plaintiff’s vehicle was struck by defendant, who was driving with a .20 blood alcohol level. Plaintiff sought emergency room treatment for neck discomfort but was not X-rayed and no medication was given. The plaintiff next followed up with his primary care physician with complaints of left hip pain. After several months, plaintiff sought care from…
Drunken driver rear ends police officer in Henrico – $95,000 Arbitration Award
A Henrico County police officer was struck in the rear by a moped that had been rear-ended by a drunken driver. The defendant’s blood alcohol content was 0.27 percent. The officer has had consistent complaints of balance problems since the accident. An arbitrator awarded $55,000 for compensatory damages and $40,000 in punitive damages. Allstate’s limits…
Trial Report No. 93-T234 Negligence
Auto Accident – Head & Cranial Nerve Injury Type of Action Motion for judgment Type of Injuries Skull fracture, closed head injury, injury to cranial nerves, partial face paralysis, 52 percent loss of vision in one eye, permanent slurred speech, drooling, permanent weakness in left arm and leg Name of Case Jeffrey Sharpe v. Rodney…

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