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Medical Malpractice – Limitations – Test Results – Delayed Disclosure
Where plaintiff alleges defendant physician “concealed” test results showing kidney disease, so that his med-mal cause of action did not accrue until one year from September 1999, when the renal disease was diagnosed in end stage, the point of actionable injury is that point in the natural progression of the disease when it became irreversible…
Hospital Must Produce Medical Record Metadata
A Newport News Circuit Court grants a med-mal plaintiff’s motion to enforce a subpoena duces tecum seeking plaintiff’s hospital medical records, including all audit trails and metadata; although the hospital prefers plaintiff review the records at a hos­pital terminal, the court grants plaintiff’s request to have the files loaded onto USBs, with plaintiff covering the…
Medical Malpractice – Nonsuit – Changed Allegations
Although plaintiff’s first med-mal suit, which she nonsuited, alleged that defendant hospital and physician failed to perform a variety of tests to determine whether plaintiff suffered from appendicitis, her refiled suit will not be dismissed because the allegations have changed to assert that defendant hospital is negligent for the acts or omissions of its employees,…
Med-Mal Verdict For Defense In Hemorrhage Case
Elizabeth Davis was a 37-year-old wife and mother of two when she presented to Danville Regional Medical Center for the delivery of her third child on Sept. 24, 2000. She delivered a 9 lb. 3 oz. baby boy just three minutes after arriving in L&D. Robin Dillard, R.N., C.N.M., delivered the baby in the absence…
Virginia’s Largest Verdicts of 2012
Virginia’s Largest Verdicts of 2012 Virginia Lawyers Weekly is pleased to present “Virginia’s Largest Verdicts of 2012,” our annual compilation of big jury verdicts from across the commonwealth. As in past years, our criteria for the list are simple: 1. The verdict must be for at least $1 million. 2. The verdict was returned by…
Virginia’s Largest Verdicts of 2013
Virginia Lawyers Weekly presents the survey of “Virginia’s Largest Verdicts of 2013,” our annual compilation of big jury verdicts from across the commonwealth. As in past years, our criteria for the list are simple: 1. The verdict must be for at least $1 million. 2. The verdict was returned by a jury in Virginia –…
Review Granted (312282)
Review Granted provides a brief synopsis of recent cases in which the Virginia Supreme Court has granted petitions for appeal. This feature appears in the last issue of Virginia Lawyers Weekly each month. The information provided comes from the successful petition for appeal and, in some instances, from the brief in opposition. Additional information is…
Important Opinions 2011
Important Opinions of 2011 The “Important Opinions” that appear each week on the front page of Virginia Lawyers Weekly are those chosen by our editors as the most likely to impact law practice or a given subject area of law. Below is a listing, arranged alphabetically by subject area, of the most Important Opinions of…
Important Opinions 2012
Important Opinions of 2012 The “Important Opinions” that appear each week on the front page of Virginia Lawyers Weekly are those chosen by our editors as the most likely to impact law practice or a given subject area of law. Below is a listing, arranged by month, of the most Important Opinions of 2012….

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