Plaintiff, an insurance agent, was hit on her driver’s side door at an intersection by the defendant who ran a red light. Plaintiff suffered neck injuries exacerbating longstanding neck and back injuries and re-injuring prior surgical sites in her cervical ...Read More »
On May 15, 2013, plaintiff, a retired executive police officer, accompanied his wife to a convention at defendant’s hotel. After sunset that evening, at approximately 8:30 p.m., while walking through an un-illuminated outdoor patio adjacent to the hotel swimming pool, ...Read More »
This case involved a rear-end collision in Norfolk. The plaintiff was transported by ambulance and treated in the emergency room. She followed up with an orthopedic surgeon who referred her to physical therapy. Her physical therapy lasted four weeks. The ...Read More »
Plaintiff’s decedent, Donald Namuth, was an 82-year-old male, who despite his age, led a very active lifestyle and lived in Fredericksburg. The defendants, Hands on Trucking LLC, had its principal place of business in Baltimore, Maryland and Roane lived in ...Read More »
Plaintiff was broadsided by defendant who ran a stop sign. He had to be extricated from his vehicle but did not suffer any life-threatening injury. He was taken to the emergency department, evaluated and released. He returned several hours later ...Read More »
Suffering from severe and longstanding peripheral vascular disease, Martha Aughavin, an active 87-year-old who worked until she was 85, underwent a right below-the-knee amputation with vascular surgeon, Stanley Crossland, MD, on March 27, 2011, at Reston Hospital. Crossland had performed ...Read More »
The 55-year-old male patient presented to a local teaching hospital with altered mental status, generalized weakness and shortness of breath. His health history included end stage renal disease requiring hemodialysis, diabetes, tobacco use, obesity, and hypertension, all of which are ...
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