A plaintiff testifying about his personal injury claim can be impeached by a 30-year-old felony conviction, even though he had his civil rights restored by the governor last year. That’s the ruling by a Fairfax County circuit judge in a ...Read More »
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Plaintiff was injured in a multi-vehicle collision on April 24, 2009, at the intersection of Midlothian Turnpike and Turner Road in Chesterfield County. Her vehicle was struck from three different directions and there was also intrusion into the vehicle. Plaintiff ...
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Two statute of limitations cases, one involving an allegation of legal malpractice, are among the 14 granted appeals the Supreme Court of Virginia has posted on its Web site this month. The SOL cases are Laura Anna Head Kelley v. ...Read More »
On Jan. 4. 2009, the plaintiff was driving south on North Main Street in Emporia when his vehicle was struck by defendant’s vehicle, which was turning from North Main Street onto Commonwealth Boulevard. The local sheriff was an eyewitness to ...Read More »
This personal injury action arose out of an automobile accident that occurred on July 26, 2007, in South Carolina. The plaintiff, Patricia Stewart, and the defendant (also her husband), William Stewart, were driving to a relative’s home to visit. Defendant ...Read More »
On Jan. 20, 2007, the plaintiff injured his left knee when his foot shot out from under him and into an unguarded/uncovered drain hole as he was wheeling a loaded handcart during an early morning delivery to the defendant’s restaurant. ...Read More »