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Supervisor Not Liable for ‘No-Show’ Worker (access required)

A Norfolk city agency cannot collect contract damages against the supervisor of a “no-show” employee for the money the agency paid the absent employee, a Norfolk Circuit Court says. The court overrules defendant’s demurrer on three grounds: that the contract ...

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Ruptured artery led to amputation of woman’s leg – Defense Verdict (access required)

This case arose after the plaintiff fell while walking down a sidewalk. EMS was called and plaintiff was taken to the hospital. Both the EMS provider and the treating emergency physician noted a normal neurovascular exam and bilateral pulses in ...

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P.I. plaintiff succeeds on second try after mistrial – $200,000 Verdict (access required)

On March 31, 2010, the plaintiff, a 23-year-old resident of Virginia Beach, suffered injuries when his vehicle was forced off the road by an unknown motorist on I-64 and slammed into construction equipment parked on the shoulder. There was no ...

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Doctor’s License Suspension Upheld (access required)

A Norfolk Circuit Court upholds the Virginia Board of Medicine’s decision to indefinitely suspend petitioner’s license to practice medicine. The relatively straightforward issues presented here do not require a detailed discussion of the factual and legal questions of the case ...

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