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Insurance – UM Coverage – Rental Vehicle – Shooting Incident (access required)

Where each of three insurance companies defending this declaratory judgment action has a policy which provides that the company will pay uninsured motor vehicle coverage where an “owner’s or driver’s liability” for the damages results from the “ownership, maintenance or ...

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Civil Practice – Sanctions Under Va. Statute – Delay In Producing Medical Records – Deposition Misrepresentation (access required)

Where plaintiff, who brought a FELA action against defendant railroad for injury to his right shoulder, denied during a deposition that he had ever had any other injury to that shoulder, despite medical records showing numerous complaints to a physician ...

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Domestic Relations – Child Support – Imputed Income (307204) (access required)

Where both mother and father have relocated to the west coast, where father is employed as a consultant at an annual salary of $80,500 and the mother is employed at a hospital as an on-call medical social worker, the court ...

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Contract – Mechanic's Lien – Quantum Meruit – Trim Installation (access required)

Where the subcontractor agreed to install interior trim on the homeowner’s house, carriage house and storage shed, labor and materials to be supplied to complete the job in 18 weeks for the sum of $50,000, but the subcontractor did not ...

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Domestic Relations – Pendente Lite Support – Paternity Tests (access required)

The trial court orders the putative father to pay temporary child support, subject to his question as to paternity and the blood tests which will be ordered by the court, with the costs to be borne by the father. Until ...

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Insurance – Auto Accident – Permissive User – Daughter's Detour (access required)

Where the auto owner gave her 18-year-old daughter permission to use the mother’s car in order to leave school early to relieve a substitute babysitter for the daughter’s child, but instead, the daughter traveled some ten miles from her home ...

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Contract – Real Estate – Mobile Home Park – Fraud – Septic System (access required)

Where the seller of the mobile home park advised buyer that seller had constructed, improved and pumped the septic system for the park, and seller and buyer twice walked over the park together, with seller pointing out features of the ...

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