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Tag Archives: Judge Patrick R. Johnson

VDOT can condemn land for stream mitigation

Where the Virginia Department of Transportation seeks to condemn respondents’ property for stream mitigation in connection with a highway construction project, respondents’ demurrer based on VDOT’s alleged lack of authority to do so is denied. Background Respondents in these consolidated ...

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Court has jurisdiction to hear wetlands mitigation case

Where the Virginia Department of Transportation seeks to condemn respondents’ property for wetlands mitigation in connection with a highway construction project, the court has subject matter jurisdiction over the case. VDOT is proceeding under its eminent domain power. Overview A ...

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Woman’s colon was perforated during colonoscopy – $1,057,500 Verdict

Ava Blackburn was 64-years-old when she was referred to Dr. Timothy Klepper for a colonoscopy after one episode of unexplained bleeding. Blackburn walked five miles a day and gardened at the time of the procedure. Klepper is a general surgeon ...

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