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#5 – $3.5 million (access required)

Franklin v. Feeny Type of Case: Bunion surgery Court: Roanoke Circuit Court Attorney: Patrick T. Fennell, Roanoke Summary: Plaintiff contended that a podiatrist was negligent in performing bunion surgery. After the surgery, the woman had such severe pain that an ...

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#4 – $4.39 million (access required)

Koonce v. John Crane Inc. Type of Case: Asbestos, mesothelioma Court: Newport News Circuit Court Attorneys: Robert R. Hatten, J. Conrad Metcalf, Hugh B. McCormick III, William W.C. Harty, Erin E. Heironoimus, Newport News Summary: Plaintiff was diagnosed with mesothelioma, ...

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#3 – $4.75 million (access required)

Meng v. The Drees Company Type of Case: Toxic mold injuries from negligently constructed home Court: Loudoun County Circuit Court Attorneys: David Hilton Wise, James P. Lukes, Fairfax Summary: A couple contended that mold in their new $900,000 home sickened ...

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#2 – $10.2 million (access required)

Zoll v. Werner Enterprises Inc. Type of Case: Traumatic brain injury Court: Norfolk Circuit Court Attorneys: Stephen M. Smith, Hampton; Edward E. Scher, Richmond; Carlton F. Bennett, Virginia Beach Summary: A woman who had been disabled by a brain injury ...

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#1 – 15.2 Million (access required)

Worldwide Network Services LLC v. DynCorp Int’l LLC Type of Case: Racial discrimination Court: U.S. District Court, Alexandria Attorneys: Michele A. Roberts, Anthony T. Pierce, Debra A. Drake, Washington Summary: An all-white jury found that DynCorp International LLC was motivated ...

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You can now follow Virginia Lawyers Weekly on Twitter. For those who are unfamiliar, Twitter is a social-networking site, often called a micro-blog, which poses a simple question: “what are you doing?” Responses, known as “tweets,” are limited to 140 ...

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