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Bicyclist hust ankle, wrist when struck at intersection (access required)

Plaintiff was a bicyclist who was riding her bike on a sidewalk and exited the sidewalk at an intersection where she was struck by the defendant, who had been at a stop sign at the same intersection. Defendant claimed that ...

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Driver ran red light, then t-boned passenger’s car – $80,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff and her husband, a retired minister, were travelling in Virginia Beach after visiting a friend who had just returned from missionary work in Latin America. The defendant ran a red light while looking at her phone and t-boned the ...

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Truck turned against red light, striking plaintiff’s pickup truck – $1,750,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff was driving home from dinner in a small, half-ton pickup. She was on a major roadway approaching a major intersection and had a green light. Defendant was driving a large, U-Haul type truck, traveling the opposite direction from plaintiff ...

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Plaintiff’s Mild TBI injuries were caused by rearender accident (access required)

Plaintiff was rear ended while stopped for a turning vehicle. [15-T-192]   Type of action: Personal injury Injuries alleged: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury headaches, neck pain and shoulder pain Name of case: Griffin v. Lomely Court: York County Circuit Court ...

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Woman suffered multiple injuries in motorcycle accident – $2,175,000 Settlement (access required)

The plaintiff was injured in a motor vehicle/motorcycle collision in Middlesex County. The collision occurred on Oct. 6, 2012, at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Old Virginia Street approximately one-half mile north of its intersection with Route 691. The plaintiff was ...

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Shopper struck by falling Christmas tree boxes at Big Lots – Defendant’s motion for summary judgment granted (access required)

Plaintiff claimed boxed artificial Christmas trees were improperly stacked, fell from a shelf and struck her in the head at the Big Lots store in Fredericksburg on Dec. 8, 2012. Plaintiff, who was 25 years old and five months pregnant ...

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Boating accident leads to spoliation dispute over screws (access required)


A screw-up over a screw that may have been used in a boat’s gear shift mechanism threatened to complicate a trial over liability for a 2011 boating accident. A Norfolk judge denied defense motions to dismiss a $30-million lawsuit based ...

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Plaintiff fell near cooking oil drums on restaurant premises – $450,000 Settlement (access required)

On April 15, 2011, plaintiff went to dinner for her birthday at The Isaacs Restaurant (owned and operated by Memorial Holdings, LLC). She and her companion used the rear customer entrance to enter and exit. Leaving the restaurant, plaintiff took ...

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