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Altercation with security guard sends resident to jail – $8,000,000 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff Lamont Pompey alleged that on June 29, 2012, while grilling food following a power outage in the Lincoln Mews Townhomes, he was approached by Sean Palla, who told him to stop grilling and to go inside of his townhome. ...

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Family fight: Seven suits in three different courts (access required)

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Siblings who traded accusations over use of their mother’s money have spent thousands on legal fees, and the legal wrangling is still not over. A son is fighting with two sisters, both sides claiming the other breached duties under a ...

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Pedestrian crossed intersection against “don’t walk” signal – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff claimed that as he was crossing the street he was struck by defendant’s pick-up truck, which was making a left turn at the intersection of Cary Street and Auburn Avenue in Richmond’s Carytown. Plaintiff alleged that the pedestrian had ...

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Agreement reached in auto accident case after challenging mediation – $1,550,000 Settlement (access required)

While driving a large king cab pick-up for his employer, the plaintiff was struck from behind by a van operated by an employee of an HVAC service company. Photos taken at the scene revealed minimal property damage to either vehicle, ...

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Defendant admits she was distracted, may have run red light – $78,000 Settlement (access required)

On July 14, 2011, plaintiff, a member of the U.S. Coast Guard investigative services, was a rear-seat passenger in a vehicle occupied by fellow agents, traveling southbound at the intersection of E. Broad Street and 8th Street in Richmond. The ...

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‘Actual Knowledge’ is Standard for Gas Utility (access required)

In this personal injury suit arising from a carbon monoxide incident at an apartment in Blacksburg, a Richmond Circuit Court denies summary judgment to defendant utility that supplied the natural gas hot water heating equipment in the apartment. Defendant Atmos ...

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