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Tag Archives: Loudoun County Circuit Court

Girl’s claim against health club for injury in tractor tire fails – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, a 6-year-old girl, sued a national health club facility for injuries alleged­ly suffered after she fell from a tractor tire maintained on the fa­cility’s turf field. During early eve­ning hours while wait­ing for a swim lesson, plaintiff, her younger ...

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Tournament ban is fair play for golf prodigy (access required)

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A Virginia custody case drew nation­al attention when a Loudoun County judge said a 10-year-old golf “phe­nom” should take a year-long break from competition. Last month, the Court of Appeals of Virginia upheld that restriction, as well as a ban ...

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Owners Have VCPA, Fraud Claims Against Contractor (access required)

Owners who hired defendant contractor to build a recreational facility with a bat­ting cage, swimming pool, exercise area and bathroom may sue the contractor for fraud in the inducement and violation of the Virginia Consumer Protection Act, based on allegations ...

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Doctor sued over handling of post-surgery complications – Defense Verdict (access required)

The defendant doc­tor performed a ro­botic-assisted ventral hernia repair, without apparent complication. Five days post-op, the patient presented to the emergency depart­ment with complaints of nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and bloating. A CT scan showed a small bowel obstruction, with ...

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