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Family fight: Seven suits in three different courts (access required)

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Siblings who traded accusations over use of their mother’s money have spent thousands on legal fees, and the legal wrangling is still not over. A son is fighting with two sisters, both sides claiming the other breached duties under a ...

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Photocopy of handwritten will prevails in international dispute (access required)

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A will contest with an international flavor was resolved in a Henrico County courtroom last month when a judge concluded that a formally executed will offered by a widow, backed by two witnesses, was just “an elaborate fake.” Henrico Circuit ...

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Jury: FAA doctor not liable for failure to diagnose prostate cancer – Defense Verdict (access required)

This medical malpractice case involved allegations of delayed diagnosis of prostate cancer. The plaintiff is a successful real estate developer and former state government official. He alleged that the defendant practice group’s physician was negligent in failing to diagnose his ...

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Disabled student thrown from bus wheelchair ramp – $110,000 Settlement (access required)

On Jan. 13, 2012, the 22-year-old plaintiff, who is disabled with cerebral palsy, was injured when two Henrico County Public School bus attendants attempted to remove him from the school’s handicapped bus by utilizing the bus’s lift. The attendants got ...

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Woman died after complications from outpatient procedure – $4,000,000 Verdict (access required)

The decedent was a 42-year-old mother of three boys and the wife of a recently retired Marine drill sergeant. She went to Henrico Doctors Hospital on July 10, 2009, for a tubal ligation. It was to be an outpatient procedure, ...

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Pain and swelling in leg persisted after collision – $41,250 Settlement (access required)

The plaintiff, a 31-year-old manager of a children’s clothing store, was rear-ended on May 14, 2010. Defendant claimed during his deposition to be going 8 mph or under at the time of impact. Plaintiff was transported by ambulance to the ...

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Delivery methods met standard of care, defense experts claim – Defense Verdict (access required)

During the plaintiff mother’s delivery on Jan. 22, 2010, the defendant obstetrician encountered a shoulder dystocia. In response, the defendant obstetrician performed various delivery maneuvers in an effort to safely deliver the infant plaintiff including gentle downward traction, the McRobert’s ...

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