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Tag Archives: Judge Dennis M. Martin

Va. Cir.: GDC limit no bar to high ad damnum (access required)

A personal-injury plaintiff could claim $200,000 in ad damnum even though the circuit court was exercising only its appellate jurisdiction. The court acknowledged contrary precedent from the Supreme Court of Virginia, but sought to avoid retrial in the event of ...

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Trespass Claims Barred by Earlier Suit (access required)

Landowners suing VEPCO and T-Mobile for trespass, unjust enrichment and ejectment for installation of cellular telephone equipment, property damage and overburdening of VEPCO’s easement cannot pursue most of their claims, says a Norfolk Circuit Court, as the claims are barred ...

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Plaintiff’s Damages Experts Challenged (access required)

In this personal injury suit, a Norfolk Circuit Court will exclude testimony from one of plaintiff’s nine expert witnesses proffered on the “last possible day” of the court’s scheduling order, but will allow testimony from plaintiff’s other five experts on ...

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Man suffered neck and back injuries after rolling car hit him – $200,775 Verdict (access required)

On the evening of Sept. 23, 2014, Roo­sevelt Washington was on his way home from watching his son practice karate. On his way home, Washington stopped at a stop sign at the intersection of Fort Mahone Street and E. South ...

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