A Virginia county school system did not have to provide a one-on-one aide to a second-grade student who suffered from a seizure disorder and other disabilities, the 4th Circuit says; despite amendments to the statute requiring public schools to provide ...Read More »
On March 28, 2013, the 59-year-old plaintiff was traveling north on Pennsylvania Avenue in Prince George’s County, Maryland, when the defendant failed to stop his vehicle and rear-ended another vehicle. That vehicle then rear-ended the plaintiff, causing the plaintiff’s vehicle ...
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Plaintiff is a 63-year-old female who was crossing the street when she was struck by a vehicle. She fractured her tibia and underwent a successful surgery. Defendant driver claimed the sun was in her eyes and that she did not ...Read More »
On Nov. 26, 2013, the plaintiffs’ vehicle was T-boned by the defendant’s vehicle. The accident resulted in two companion cases: the son who was driving the vehicle and his 82-year-old mother, who was a front seat passenger. The son sustained ...Read More »
This was a rear-end accident that occurred on I-64. The defendant’s insurance carrier initially denied liability based on their insured driver stating that the plaintiff had cut in front of him from the center lane to avoid a box on ...Read More »
As plaintiff was stepping off an elevator into the marble foyer of her office building, she slipped on a recently mopped wet floor. There were no wet floor or other caution signs placed at that time. As a result of ...Read More »