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Driver claimed punitives against defendant with BAC of .191 – $205,000 Settlement (access required)

Mrs. Rosenblatt was injured when her car was struck in an inter­section after the defen­dant ran a red light. Defendant was arrested and charged with DWI with a BAC of .191. Mrs. Rosenblatt was knocked unconscious in the collision, and ...

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No Immunity in Suit Alleging Patient Infection (access required)

An obstetrical practice sued after its staff member allegedly infected a newmother with a streptococcus infection is not immune from a medical malpractice suit under a statute that grants immu­nity from claims related to disclosure of confidential information involving an ...

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No Immunity in Suit Alleging Patient Infection (access required)

An obstetrical practice sued after its staff member allegedly infected a newmother with a streptococcus infection is not immune from a medical malpractice suit under a statute that grants immu­nity from claims related to disclosure of confidential information involving an ...

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Suit over title to property relied on motions practice – $6,240 Settlement (access required)

This is a complex title related lawsuit in­volving several parties. The parties engaged in heavy motions practice before Fair­fax Circuit Judges Robert Smith and John Tran. The case centered on a lien pri­ority dispute involv­ing several parties over a $3.2M ...

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Fairfax crossing guard struck by car, foot was run over – Settlement (access required)

In February 2012, plaintiff was working as a Fairfax County school crossing guard at Flint Hill Ele­mentary School in Vienna, Virgin­ia, when she was struck, knocked down and her foot run over by a vehicle driven by the defendant. Plaintiff ...

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Staff infection: Patient claims medical worker spread illness (access required)

Delivery Room FEA

A new mother can sue an obstetrical practice for allegedly infecting her with streptococcus during treatment by an infected staff member, a Fairfax Circuit Court has ruled. In May 2013, the mother fell ill after her discharge from the hospital. ...

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