The cost of raising children includes many expenses beyond the day-to-day, from summer camp tuition to medical bills to algebra tutors. But between divorcing parents, disputes over incidental costs that fall outside regular child support responsibilities can escalate quickly. An ...Read More »
Attention corporate defendants: Failure to pay heed to internal processes and timely submit that civil complaint and summons to your insurance company can be very expensive. American Bank Holdings Inc. found out the hard way. Due to an eight-month delay ...Read More »
For what may be the first time in Virginia, a judge has ordered a hospital to slash its “balance billing” charges by 75 percent to reflect the hospital’s usual write-off for uninsured patients. The decision is a rare judicial rebuke ...Read More »
There are few things more discouraging than to invest significant time and effort in your career, only to want to quit because you feel burnt out. Burnout is a common yet preventable experience among hardworking professionals. It’s the feeling of ...Read More »
An incapacitated medical malpractice plaintiff whose parents had been appointed as co-guardians lost her chance to sue her doctor because her suit was filed in her name and not that of the guardians. The April 14 ruling by the Supreme ...Read More »
The chief of vascular surgery at INOVA Fairfax Hospital lied in medical records to cover up the fact that he operated on the wrong leg of his patient, according to a lawsuit filed this month. The startling allegations are contained ...Read More »
Virginia Lawyers Weekly presents its annual survey of “Virginia’s Largest Law Firms.” The survey appears in a magazine inserted in this week’s edition. Compiled annually since 1989, the survey gives a snapshot of the commonwealth’s biggest firms. We identify the ...
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