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Driver who rear-ended vehicle admitted he was intoxicated – $48,000 Verdict
Plaintiff was a passenger in a vehicle which was struck in the rear by the defendant and pushed into a vehicle in front of her. Defendant admitted he was intoxicated at the time of the incident, and had a BAC of a minimum of .20. The accident happened two days before Christmas. Injury was solely…
Negligence – Auto Accident – Wrongful Death
Type of Action – Wrongful death action Type of Injuries – Death Name of Case – Rice v. Charles Court/Case No. – Dickenson County Circuit Court; No. CL97-30 Judge or Jury – Jury Name of Judge – Judge Keary R. Williams Special Damages – $7,283.27 in funeral expenses Awarded or Settled – Jury verdict Amount…
Man struck by vehicle asked for $500K policy-limit settlement – $3,000,000 Verdict
Plaintiff and five other individuals were walking across Virginia Avenue in Henry County when the defendant struck two individuals, including the plaintiff. The road consisted of five lanes with the center lane being a turn-only lane to be used by traffic from both directions. Testimony from several witnesses and a photograph were introduced at trial…
FELTS v. COMMONWEALTH
NOTICE: The opinions posted here are subject to formal revision. If you find a typographical error or other formal error, please notify the Virginia Court of Appeals. FELTS v. COMMONWEALTH OCTOBER 5, 1999 Record No. 1997-98-3 JACOB JACKSON FELTS v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GRAYSON COUNTY J. Colin Campbell, Judge…
JACOB JACKSON FELTS V COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA
No TC error: refusing to suppress analysis cert. & results of BAA…
Insurance – UIM Coverage – John Doe Driver
Where a jury returned a verdict for defendant John Doe vehicle in this suit seeking uninsured motorist coverage and the only evidence supporting the existence or negligence of the John Doe driver was the testimony of plaintiff truck passenger, who admitted having as many as three beers before getting in the truck, the trial court…
Insurance – Auto ‘Accident’ – Decedent’s BAC – Foreseeability
A life insurance company reasonably interpreted “accidental” death to mean an insured whose blood alcohol content was 50-percent higher than the legal limit could have reasonably foreseen what would happen when he crashed his vehicle into the back of a parked tractor-trailer, and the carrier was entitled to deny accidental death benefits to the insured’s…
Drunken biker not at fault; defendant settles for $925K
Plaintiff, a 48-year-old male, was riding a motorcycle borrowed from a used car dealership where he worked as a mechanic. Plaintiff alleged that defendant abruptly changed lanes without signaling, colliding with his motorcycle and causing him to be ejected at approximately 35 miles per hour. Defendant contended that as he changed lanes, the plaintiff abruptly…
Negligence – Auto Accident – Wrongful Death – Drunken Driving
Auto Accident – Wrongful Death – Drunken Driving…
NEGLIGENCE – Auto Accident
Type of Action – Auto accident Type of Injuries – Fractured clavicle with residual brachial plexopathy; bilateral TMJ dislocation; torn medial meniscus – all surgically repaired Name of Case – Talac v. Frazier Court/Case No. – Prince William County Circuit Court, Law No. 43514 Special Damages – $65,069 past medicals; $48,000 past lost wages; $191,000…

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