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General Assembly gives extra option to compensate jurors

A bill amending Virginia Code § 17.1-619, passed by both houses of the General Assembly during the 2017 session, awaits Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s signature and could give Virginians who serve on juries another option to receive their pay. HB 2324 would ...

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Pedicure leads to infection, then $1M verdict in Henrico (access required)

A Richmond woman who developed an infection in her legs after getting a pedicure won a verdict of just over a million dollars from a Richmond-area salon this month. Richmond lawyers James “Jamie” Kessel and Robert C.T. Reed represented Samantha ...

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Plaintiff claimed he could not return to work as longshoreman – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff longshoreman and defendant truck driver collided at a T-intersection on Norfolk International Terminal. Plaintiff was driving a yard hustler. Each vehicle was driving bobtail. The truck driver was turning left out of a chassis corral and hit plaintiff coming ...

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