The Supreme Court of Virginia has agreed to hear an appeal of a Loudoun County case that prompted personal injury lawyers to square off on the issue of asking for more damages when refiling after a nonsuit. On April 1, ...Read More »
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On Aug. 31, 2007, the plaintiff was a 17-year-old front seat passenger in his mother’s car when it was involved in a motor vehicle collision on Route 218 in King George County. The defendant crossed the double solid lines and ...Read More »
A Richmond lawyer has won a $5 million settlement after determining a method to quantify the debilitating effects of chronic pain. The method: Use the same neuropsychological tests used to diagnose traumatic brain injury. W. Coleman Allen Jr. provided a ...Read More »
The plaintiff, a 46-year-old female who worked for a local insurance agency, was involved in a Feb. 9, 2007, motor vehicle collision on Smith Station Road in Spotsylvania County. The defendant crossed the double solid yellow lines and struck the ...Read More »
Fairfax Circuit Judge Jane Marum Roush reminded those at the Virginia Trial Lawyer Association’s annual convention on Saturday, “The Supreme Court has a lof of faith that, if given the opportunity, the jury will get it right.” The court had ...Read More »
This case stemmed from a low-impact motor vehicle accident that caused disk herniation on C6-7. Plaintiff had a severe heart condition and delayed undergoing surgery for two years. After surgery, the plaintiff suffered a pulmonary embolism that required over $90,000 ...
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