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Defense tried to hold car-wreck plaintiff’s excellent recovery against him – $1,800,000 Settlement (access required)

Tractor-trailer ver­sus motor vehicle ac­cident along I-95 in Virginia. Case was vigorously defended on grounds that none of plaintiff ’s injuries required surgical in­tervention, despite bad injuries plaintiff made an excellent recovery with limited medical care after one year, and ...

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Women suffered brain injury from rear-ender – $100,000 Settlement (access required)

The plain­tiff suffered a mild traumatic brain injury when she was rear-ended while waiting to merge onto a busy road during the morning rush hour in Vir­ginia Beach. The defendant claimed that the impact was a low-speed tap which was ...

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Driver claimed punitives against defendant with BAC of .191 – $205,000 Settlement (access required)

Mrs. Rosenblatt was injured when her car was struck in an inter­section after the defen­dant ran a red light. Defendant was arrested and charged with DWI with a BAC of .191. Mrs. Rosenblatt was knocked unconscious in the collision, and ...

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Trusts and Estates Practice 2016 (access required)


This special section focuses on Trusts & Estates Practice. It contains stories that hit on some of the current issues in this field, including: Elective share. A Northern Virginia firm will be trying a malpractice suit this fall relating to ...

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App Finder: Vacation Planning (access required)

  Getting ready to get out of town this summer? Wherever your travels will take you, get a start on planning your getaway with some help from these handy apps. From cheaper flights to top tourist spots to hotel picks, ...

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