A four-vehicle chain-reaction collision occurred on Nov. 23, 2009, in Farmville. The plaintiff, a 56-year-old male, was the driver of the first vehicle in a line of three vehicles stopped at a red light. The defendant failed to stop and ...Read More »
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Plaintiff was a morbidly obese 37-year-old with chronic pelvic pain thought to be secondary to endometriosis. Extensive conservative measures were attempted but were unsuccessful. Accordingly, the decision was made to perform a laparoscopic hysterectomy. Abdominal insufflation was attempted twice with ...
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Plaintiff, age 16, was a passenger in his cousin’s vehicle. The vehicle went off the road and struck a tree. At the accident scene, the defendant allegedly apologized to the plaintiff, and told him that she had fallen asleep. Plaintiff ...Read More »
Decedent was treated by a family practice group for over 20 years. The case concerns this group’s failure to refer to the decedent to a specialist for chronically elevated liver function test values and/or to advise him that he had ...Read More »
Here’s one for the newest lawyers and for lawyers-to-be. Now you too can figure out if you will have more check than month after you graduate from law school with the new, handy-dandy University of Michigan law school’s Debt Wizard. ...Read More »
Clifton A. “Chip” Woodrum III, a Roanoke lawyer who served in the Virginia House of Delegates for nearly a quarter-century, died Feb. 19 in Naples, Fla. He was 74. Del. Woodrum, a Democrat, served from 1980 to 2003 in the ...Read More »