Tag Archives: Judge V. Thomas Forehand Jr.

Dentist cut patient’s lip during crown removal – Defense Verdict (access required)

The plaintiff’s lip was cut during the removal of a temporary crown. Plaintiff alleged that the defendant used a dangerous dental tool and excessive force while attempting to remove the temporary crown, instead of using safer alternatives. Plaintiff alleged that ...

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Agency Must Pay Hospital’s Legal Fees (access required)

A Chesapeake Circuit Court orders the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance to pay a hospital’s legal fees in the parties’ dispute over reimbursement for medical services provided by the hospital to Medicaid patients. A party has substantially prevailed on the ...

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Insurance – UIM – Stacking – Motorcycle-Car Accident (access required)

A Chesapeake Circuit Court says a man injured in a motorcycle accident cannot “stack” UM/UIM coverage from his policy that covered two separate vehicles he owned, neither of which was involved in the accident with a driver of another vehicle. ...

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