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Tag Archives: Campbell County Circuit Court

Employer did not prove misconduct (access required)

The court reverses the Virginia Employment Commission’s finding that an unemployment benefits claimant who slept on the job committed misconduct that disqualified him from benefits. The commission concluded that the sleeping incident was “clearly inappropriate and a violation of company ...

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Plaintiff claimed use of soap caused necrosis – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff fell from a ladder at his home on Nov. 14, 2013; several hours later he discovered that a roofing nail had punctured his abdomen during his fall. He presented to the defendants’ urgent care facility for evaluation about two ...

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Trespass Claim Based on Invalid Permit Filed Too Late (access required)

Although plaintiff landowner did not discover until 2011 that VDOT errone­ously issued a permit for defendant tele­phone company to install underground power lines on plaintiff’s property, plain­tiff’s 2015 suit alleging claims for continu­ing trespass and inverse condemnation is time-barred, says ...

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Trespass Claim Based on Invalid Permit Filed Too Late (access required)

Although plaintiff landowner did not discover until 2011 that VDOT errone­ously issued a permit for defendant tele­phone company to install underground power lines on plaintiff’s property, plain­tiff’s 2015 suit alleging claims for continu­ing trespass and inverse condemnation is time-barred, says ...

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