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Plaintiff remained unaware of blood test results, had heart attack – Defense Verdict (access required)

On Nov. 5, 2008, plaintiff presented to the defendant hospital’s emergency department complaining of chest pain. Blood tests were ordered, which revealed that plaintiff had an elevated troponin, indicating a probable myocardial infarction. The ED staff could not locate plaintiff ...

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Truck wheel explosion left plaintiff with 36 percent impairment – $1,000,000 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff was severely injured when a large truck wheel exploded after it had been recently serviced by the defendant tire service station.  In May 2011, plaintiff and his father brought their 1964 Ford 650 dump truck to defendant Ray Carr ...

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Cop outside home county doesn’t get protections (access required)

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A Charlottesville Circuit judge has refused to apply enhanced penalties to a defendant who allegedly punched an officer, because the Albemarle County officer was acting outside his jurisdiction. Defendant Josue Salinas Valdez allegedly attacked two police officers who appeared at ...

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No ‘Tenant’ Relief Against Owners’ Association (access required)

A Charlottesville Circuit Court dismisses requests by plaintiff against defendant unit owners’ association, as he does not qualify for relief under any of the Code sections cited. Plaintiff’s first document is the Tenant’s Assertion and Complaint form designed for use ...

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Husband to Pay Wife’s $50K Attorney’s Fees (access required)

A couple who is divorcing after a “tumultuous” 21-year marriage will split their marital property 60-40 in favor of wife, and wife receives no current spousal support, but a 10-year reservation of a right to support; the Charlottesville Circuit Court ...

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