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Conduct of jail’s health care provider belies indifference (access required)

Where a health care provider at the Hampton Roads Regional Jail provided medical treatment to the inmate, its conduct contradicted the inmate’s claims of deliberate indifference to his foot wound. In addition, because there was no underlying constitutional violation, there ...

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Rider not within scope of employment at time of bike accident (access required)

The exclusivity provision in the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act did not apply to a bicycle rider struck by a vehicle while riding to work on the Virginia Tech campus because the injury did not arise out of the course of ...

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Woman thrown from golf cart in sudden turn — $350,000 settlement (access required)

Plaintiff was injured while riding as passenger in a golf cart driven on June 2, 2017. The defendant driver made a sudden, unannounced turn, which caused plaintiff to be thrown from the golf cart while traveling on a path in ...

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Multimillion dollar death verdict cannot be overturned (access required)

Although Overhead Door, in a case involving one of its workers injured on the job, challenged a wrongful death verdict, including attacks on jury instructions, evidentiary challenges and comments by the trial judge, it failed to demonstrate the company was ...

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