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Woman developed scars after vein treatment – $250,000 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, a 61-year-old female, developed multiple scars on both lower extremities following sclerotherapy (spider vein treatment) performed by a local podiatrist. Plaintiff underwent multiple scar revision procedures which improved the appearance of the scars. The defense admitted liability several weeks ...

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Legal aid office receives $100k grant

The Virginia Legal Aid Society has received a grant of $100,000 from the Obici Healthcare Foundation for VLAS’ Medical Access Project in the cities of Suffolk and Franklin and Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties, the VLAS reported. With the ...

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Wise named deputy commissioner

The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission has appointed D. Edward Wise Jr. as deputy commissioner at its Lebanon regional office, the commission said. Deputy Commissioner Wise will serve as an administrative law judge for evidentiary and on-the-record hearings under the Virginia ...

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Comp ADR program honored

The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission has received the inaugural “Innovation Award” by the International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions for an ADR project. The commission was recognized for “Innovation and Automation of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Virginia,” an ...

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Roundtable: Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Cover FEA

Virginia Lawyers Weekly held a roundtable on Aug. 30 on cybersecurity, sponsored by the Fairfax law firm of Berenzweig Leonard. The participants included a lawyer, a risk assessment manager, an insurance specialist, a cybersecurity strategist and a public relations professional. ...

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