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Medical provider correctly denied reimbursement (access required)

Where a medical care provider claimed it was entitled to more compensation for treating an injured worker, the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission correctly denied the provider’s motion to compel unredacted copies of underlying contracts providing access to medical care provider ...

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Conviction for impersonating a police officer affirmed (access required)

The police paraphernalia and equipment discovered in appellant’s Crown Victoria police interceptor model after he was seized was properly admitted at his trial for impersonating a police officer. The evidence was relevant to his intent. His conviction is affirmed. Overview ...

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No claim that COVID order excuses late appeal (access required)

Appellant has not preserved his argument that a COVID-19 emergency judicial order excused his late appeal of a misdemeanor drunken driving conviction. Overview Appellant was convicted in the general district court of misdemeanor DUI. He appealed to the circuit court, ...

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Reasonable notice required for attorney’s fee claim (access required)

The Workers’ Compensation Appellate Commission correctly interpreted its rules to require reasonable notice when requesting attorney’s fees from a health care provider. Although the relevant statute does not have a time requirement for filing a claim for attorney’s fees, the ...

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Trial court lacked jurisdiction to reconsider support rulings (access required)

The trial court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to decide mother’s motions to reconsider child support rulings. Further, mother did not file a timely notice of appeal to challenge the underlying orders. As a result this court lacks jurisdiction to consider ...

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