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Foot injury limited plaintiff’s employment opportunities – $300,000 Settlement (access required)

This case arose out of a motor vehicle accident which occurred on July 9, 2010, on Route 33 in Louisa County. The intersection was controlled by a stop sign which the defendant ran, thereby causing the collision. Liability was admitted. ...

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No expert fees when a nonsuit is taken at trial (access required)

When a plaintiff takes a nonsuit during trial, the defendant is not entitled to fees and costs for its expert witnesses, according to a Richmond Circuit judge. The nonsuit statute, Virginia Code § 8.01-380(C), permits the assessment of expert witness ...

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Venue Requires ‘Substantial’ Business (access required)

A Richmond Circuit Court grants defendant’s motion to change venue in this case, as the controlling venue statute now prescribes “substantial” business activity in order to sustain venue, which is not demonstrated here. Evan’s Adm’r v. Haddad v. St. Mary’s ...

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Landlord Denied Possession of Apartment (access required)

Although bail bondsmen appeared at landlord’s premises to arrest a person at defendant tenant’s apartment, who the landlord says was banned from the property, a Richmond Circuit Court denies landlord’s suit for possession of tenant’s apartment for her alleged violation ...

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