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Jury finds police shooting wasn’t gross negligence – Defense Verdict (access required)

The Portsmouth Police Department received reliable information that Antujuan Marshall, a convicted felon with a record of violence, had been dealing heroin. They executed a planned roadblock “takedown” as he was driving to an anticipated drug sale. Marshall rammed his ...

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Structured settlement for child’s brain injury totals $21M – $5,500,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff was a 3-year-old child seated in the back of her family’s automobile at a stoplight on a four-lane highway in Virginia Beach. The family was stopped waiting for the light to turn green. The defendant was operating a tractor-trailer ...

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Head-on collision caused strokes, moderate TBI – $2,250,000 Settlement (access required)

This case grew out of a motor vehicle collision that occurred on June 10, 2009, in Lancaster County. The plaintiff was traveling eastbound on Route 3 and the defendant driver was traveling westbound. The defendant was distracted by his radio, ...

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Alleghany jury awards record verdict in personal injury case – $1,959,171 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, Michael D. Boguess Sr., was helping his brother, Todd Boguess, pour concrete for a mutual friend on May 18, 2006, in Covington. The concrete was delivered by a concrete truck owned and operated by Construction Materials Company, based in ...

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Plaintiff denied recovery for negligence of John Doe motorist – Motion to Dismiss Granted (access required)

Plaintiff was driving a motorcycle on I-66 when he came upon a truck bumper in the road. He struck the bumper, which caused him to fall and be injured. He did not see how the bumper came to be in ...

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Jury determines plaintiff’s back condition aggravated by crash – $113,522 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff experienced neck and back pain after an automobile accident on May 14, 2008. Defense admitted liability. The plaintiff had a history of prior back complaints and a chronic condition of scoliosis. It was stipulated that the plaintiff had not ...

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