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Tag Archives: Judge Diane McQuade Strick­land

Man suffered broken jaw during tooth extraction – $875,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff developed ORN following a difficult tooth extraction by the defendant. During the extraction, the plaintiff’s jaw was fractured but this was not discovered until many weeks thereafter, at which time he was also diagnosed with Stage III ORN disease. ...

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Truck hit guardrail, left debris on highway, two killed – $845,000 Settlement (access required)

On April 1, 2014, a Nova Express tractor-trailer driven by Phillip Emiabata d/b/a Nova Express drove off the northbound travel lanes of I-81 in Wythe, crashed through the guardrail and came to rest on its side in the left southbound ...

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Man attacked by heifer, thrown 30 feet into air – $1.2M Settlement (access required)

Client, a 60-year-old licensed plumber, arrived at defendant’s farm to estimate the cost of installing water lines for cattle. When he arrived, the farmer was extracting a dead calf from a first-calf heifer with a rope attached to a farm ...

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Heart procedures left woman with decreased function – $1.1 Million Settlement (access required)

At the time of the events in question in 2013, plaintiff was 52 and had been totally and permanently disabled for approximately a decade from multiple health conditions including a cardiac condition. After multiple cardiac catherizations and stenting, plaintiff presented ...

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Woman sustained TBI, concussion in rearender – $500,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff was stopped in a left hand turn lane on Richmond Road in Albe­marle County when defendant struck the rear of her vehicle without warning. Although plaintiff did not lose conscious­ness and refused medical care at the ac­cident scene, plaintiff ...

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Baby died at childbirth, with conflicting testimony on status – $1,250,000 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff, age 39, had an uncomplicat­ed pregnancy with a total weight gain of 31 pounds and a prior successful vaginal birth. At 36 weeks and 4 days, plaintiff was admitted due to regular reported con­tractions to the care of defendant’s ...

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