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Defendant trucker had been on duty for 37 hours before rear-ender – $6,500,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff was traveling to Northern Virginia from North Carolina on I-95 at night when his vehi­cle sustained a flat tire. After changing the tire, the plaintiff merged back into the right travel lane where he was struck by the defendants’ ...

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Extent of shoulder injuries was issue in rear-ender suit – $25,000 Verdict (access required)

This was a rear-end collision that resulted in minimal damage to both vehicles. The defendant stipulated to liability. The defendant was un­able to appear at trial because of age-related health problems and testified by deposition that she was travel­ing about ...

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Family saw daughter trapped in car after double rear-ender on I-77 – $1,500,000 Settlement (access required)

This case involved two collisions, sec­onds apart, caused by two commercial vehicles. Plaintiffs were a family of four (two adults and two teenage children) travelling in their sedan on Interstate 77 in Wythe County when they were struck in the ...

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Hit-and-run victim limited in ability to put facts before jury – $75,000 Verdict (access required)

This was a normal rear-end collision if it wasn’t for the fact that the defendant was in­toxicated and fled the scene. Unfortunately, those latter two facts never were in front of the jury due to the current state of Vir­ginia ...

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Defense: Delay in surgery meant it was unnecessary – $103,500 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, 59, passenger and her husband were on way home from church on a Sun­day afternoon with intentions to run through Target on their way for lunch at Arby’s when they were rear-ended. Defen­dant was driving a large Hummer; plaintiff ...

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Counsel could say plaintiff was priest, but wearing habit and rosary nixed – $585,000 Verdict (access required)

Liability was admit­ted in this 2012 auto­mobile accident case. Plaintiff was 29 years old and studying to be a priest. Plaintiff was able to complete his studies on time to become a Catholic priest. His last treat­ment was in early ...

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