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Testimony of ‘medical certainty’ was issue in med-mal appeal – $1,700,000 Verdict (access required)

This case was previously reported back in March 2015. There were numerous post-trial motions filed, most of which dealing with the issue of whether or not a treating physician was limited in the testimony he could provide at the trial ...

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Nurse failed to tell surgeon that patient called him with post-op complaints – $1,850,000 Verdict (access required)

A 62-year-old female had blood work done to evaluate an inflamed tick bite. Testing showed elevated liver function results. Further investigation lead to a discovery of a large gallstone. Surgery was recommended and was performed in September 2012 in Fredericksburg. ...

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Telecom companies prevail on business tort claims (access required)

World Telecom Exchange Communications LLC, or WTXC, and its parent-company, Tulynet FZ LLC, operated as telecommunications businesses, buying and selling telephone minutes for calls connecting to developing countries. In January 2011, WTXC’s CEO, CFO and other key management left WTXC ...

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Business partner transferred funds to trading account – $2,644,500 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiffs, both Afghani nationals who lived in Kabul, along with the defendant, who lived in Fairfax County, formed Rosta Construction Company. Rosta bid on and won a subcontract to build out seven buildings and the surrounding area at the Kabul ...

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Virginia’s Largest Verdicts of 2015 (access required)

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Virginia Lawyers Weekly presents its compilation of “Virginia’s Largest Verdicts of 2015.” As in past years, the criteria for the list are simple: 1. The verdict must be for at least $1 million. 2. The verdict was returned by a ...

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Patient underwent amputation after failed knee replacement – $1,750,000 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff was a 74-year-old woman with diabetes, previous stroke and cardiac catheterization with stent placement, who underwent a bilateral knee replacement surgery. Her orthopedic surgeon lacerated the popliteal artery on the first knee. Injury was diagnosed in the recovery room, ...

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Med-mal plaintiff prevails in second jury trial – $1,300,000 Verdict (access required)

This case was a re-trial from a jury that hung 5-1 in the plaintiff’s favor. Plaintiff was a single mother and teacher who had a double mastectomy for unilateral breast cancer. She subsequently underwent breast reconstruction, which required multiple surgeries. ...

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