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Tag Archives: Judge Thomas J. Wilson IV

Sheriff Must Show Bus Video to School Board (access required)

A video from a public school bus’s sur­veillance system showing conduct by the boys’ basketball teams that school officials termed “appalling” and “violent” is school property and the sheriff’s department is required to show the video for the school board’s ...

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Creditor Liens Attached to Tax Refunds (access required)

Defendant debtors held a fixed property interest in their respective 2015 tax re­funds as of midnight on Dec. 31, 2015, and plaintiffs’ liens of fieri facias attached to those funds; the Rockingham County Cir­cuit Court grants summary judgment for plaintiff ...

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Sheriff Must Show Bus Video to School Board (access required)

A video from a public school bus’s sur­veillance system showing conduct by the boys’ basketball teams that school officials termed “appalling” and “violent” is school property and the sheriff’s department is required to show the video for the school board’s ...

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Plaintiff said foot surgery was unnecessary, led to complications – Defense Verdict (access required)

Defendant diagnosed plaintiff with metatarsalgia, or pain in the ball of her foot. Defendant eventually determined that this excessive pain and pressure on the ball of the plaintiff’s left foot was caused by both positional and structural deformities. The positional ...

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Plaintiff’s Experts Allowed on Spinal Fracture (access required)

A woman injured in a car accident who is suing defendants for medical malpractice in failing to immobilize her unstable spinal fracture and ordering physical therapy without performing CT scans or film studies, may use expert testimony from a board-certified ...

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Jury finds gallbladder surgery complications were not negligence – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff sustained a completely transected common bile duct in a laparoscopic cholecystectomy (lap choly). Plaintiff contended that the defendant general surgeon breached the standard of care in failing to recognize that his observation of what he noted to be an ...

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Bad Driving Record Supports Negligent Hiring Claim (access required)

An auto-accident plaintiff’s allegations about a truck driver’s bad driving record do not support a claim of negligent entrustment, but they do support a claim of negligent hiring and negligent retention, says a Rockingham County Circuit Court. The Supreme Court ...

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