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Lawyers’ runner gets two years in prison

A 20-year career connecting accident victims to lawyers, which included helping fabricate and exaggerate claims, has ended with a 26-month prison sentence for a Maryland man. Kenny Williams was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis for his role ...

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Asperger’s syndrome, liens are factors in traffic case – $800,000 Settlement (access required)

Defendant’s trash truck pulled from a stop sign into the path of plaintiff’s vehicle and caused a T-bone crash. Plaintiff suffered from Asperger’s syndrome, and the defense contended that he failed to pay full time and attention at the time ...

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25-foot-wide load in 22-foot roadway causes collision in Newport News – $1,750,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff, a young unlicensed male driver was struck by a “wide load truck” transporting equipment from a shipyard. The existing roadway was under construction for widening. Two lanes were available in each direction, and each lane was 11 feet wide. ...

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Insurance coverage limits recovery in brain injury case – $340,000 Arbitration Award (access required)

On Nov. 11, 2008, the 44-year-old plaintiff was operating his Volvo in Fairfax County after having dropped his wife off at her job at the local Walmart. He was traveling to his gas station cashier job through the intersection of ...

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