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Insurance – Auto 'Accident' – Decedent's BAC – Foreseeability
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2006-11-27
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…
Category(s): Opinion Digests
Negligence – Automobile Accident
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2000-10-09
Automobile Accident…
Category(s): Verdicts & Settlements
Negligence – Motorcycle Accident – Left Turn
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 1999-05-17
Type of Action – Personal Injury Type of Injuries – Fracture of right femur Name of Case – Elliott v. Becker Court/Case No. – Charlotte-Mecklenburg, NC Special Damages – The plaintiff underwent surgical repair of the fracture and subsequent surgical removal of the pin and plate. The medical expenses totaled $39,375.40. The wage loss…
Category(s): Verdicts & Settlements
NEGLIGENCE – Auto Accident – Wrongful Death
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 1997-11-24
Type of Action – Automobile Accident Type of Injuries – Death of husband and wife Name of Case – Barnes v. Sirk Court/Case Number – Frederick County Circuit Court, At Law No. 96-216 and At Law No. 96-217. Judge or Jury – Jury Name of Judge – Arthur Sinclair Special Damages – Funeral expenses…
Category(s): Verdicts & Settlements
Negligence – Auto/Pedestrian Accident
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 1998-02-02
Type of Action – Auto Accident Type of Injuries – Right shoulder, chest and abdominal contusions Name of Case – Day v. Burnette Court/Case No. – Roanoke Circuit Court Judge or Jury – Jury Name of Judge – Judge Jonathan Apgar Special Damages – $2,874.01 Awarded or Settled – Awarded Amount – Defense verdict…
Category(s): Verdicts & Settlements
Car crashes with alcohol settling for more money?
Posted by: Robert Smithmidford on 1995-03-27
The case started out as an unremarkable car-crash claim. The plaintiff was injured in a head-on collision. He had run up $48,000 in medicals, but he was expected to make a complete recovery, according to his attorney. The plaintiff had no employment history to track lost earnings. Before the suit was filed, the plaintiff…
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Trial Report No. 93-T234 Negligence
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 1993-01-01
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….
Category(s): Verdicts & Settlements
NEGLIGENCE – Auto Accident – Hit and Run
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 1998-02-23
Type of Action – Personal Injury Type of Injuries – Soft tissue injuries to hip and knee, cervical sprain/strain, lumbar strain/sprain Name of Case – Peebles v. Ward and Allstate Insurance Company Court/Case No. – Henrico County Circuit Court, CL 96-1267 Judge or Jury – Jury Name of Judge – Judge Buford Parsons Special…
Category(s): Verdicts & Settlements
Man struck by vehicle asked for $500K policy-limit settlement – $3,000,000 Verdict
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2014-01-03
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…
Trip-and-fall settles for $150K
Posted by: Virginia Lawyers Weekly on 2006-12-25
This case was previously tried to a defense verdict but was successfully appealed to the Supreme Court of Virginia, which reversed the verdict based upon introduction into evidence of prior alcohol use by plaintiff, which was irrelevant and prejudicial. Plaintiff tripped and fell on a dislodged metal grate that was supposed to be flush with…
Category(s): Verdicts & Settlements

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