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The family of a patient severely burned when hospital staffers allegedly used a coffee maker to fill hot water compresses has recovered a half million dollars from the University of Virginia Health System. The burn case was settled in May ...

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Negligence claim against prosecutor dismissed (access required)

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A federal judge acted swiftly this week to kick out negligence claims against a Virginia prosecutor accused of wrongfully pursuing prescription fraud charges against a Walmart customer. U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson Monday dismissed the claims against Spotsylvania County ...

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College/Student Not ‘Special Relationship’ (access required)

A college student’s allegations that she was sexually assaulted in a dorm room by a fellow student after consuming drugged alcohol at an on-campus party “sponsored” by a college orientation peer advisor, during which college security officers observed underage drinking ...

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Property Owners’ Claim Preempted (access required)

As the Surface Transportation Board previously determined that claims raised by the current plaintiffs and other property owners near a railroad line operated by defendant Norfolk Southern Railway Company are federally preempted, the Roanoke City Circuit Court incorporates the prior ...

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