The case stemmed from a motor vehicle accident that occurred in Loudoun County. The defendant sideswiped the plaintiff’s vehicle. At the scene, the plaintiff felt a little disoriented but did not seek immediate medical treatment. She later sought treatment after ...Read More »
Phoenix Consulting Group was bought by DynCorp in October 2009. The owner of Phoenix Consulting Group wanted to give a large bonus from the proceeds of the sale to the president of Phoenix, Col. Gerald York. DynCorp required the owner ...Read More »
Plaintiff was a 56-year-old heavy equipment operator. He had approximately 30 years of experience operating large bulldozers. On the night of the incident, plaintiff was pushing shot at a coal mine with a Caterpillar D10T bulldozer, when the bulldozer caught ...Read More »
In 2004, plaintiff began receiving prenatal care. During the course of prenatal care, the history, physical examinations, and tests showed the plaintiff had an increased risk for encountering shoulder dystocia during a vaginal delivery, including but not limited to, excessive ...
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This lawsuit arose from the alleged breach of a contract by defendant Gilbert Arenas, a professional basketball player, to move the contents of Arenas’ home in Fairfax County to California. In November 2010, Arenas and his girlfriend, Laura Mendoza-Govan, separated. ...Read More »
The Portsmouth Police Department received reliable information that Antujuan Marshall, a convicted felon with a record of violence, had been dealing heroin. They executed a planned roadblock “takedown” as he was driving to an anticipated drug sale. Marshall rammed his ...Read More »
Plaintiff was a 3-year-old child seated in the back of her family’s automobile at a stoplight on a four-lane highway in Virginia Beach. The family was stopped waiting for the light to turn green. The defendant was operating a tractor-trailer ...Read More »