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Tag Archives: Personal Injury

Man suffered brain injury, PTSD after rear-end collision – $1.8 Million Settlement (access required)

The subject accident occurred on Sept. 11, 2014. Stephen Spicer was stopped in a line of traffic when he was struck in the rear by a tractor-trailer operated by the defendant driver. Substantial property damage resulted. [19-T-051] Type of action: ...

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Motorcyclist hurt toe, foot after running into car – $73,935.56 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, 23 at the time of the accident, struck defendant’s vehicle while riding his motorcycle on Roanoke’s Shenandoah Avenue on a clear July afternoon. The accident happened when defendant pulled out from a stop sign on a side street into ...

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Man crushed when car backed into his truck – $800,000 Settlement (access required)

The plaintiff was delivering heating oil to the residence of defendant Catron. While the plaintiff was filling the oil tank with his vehicle parked in the driveway, the homeowner and defendant Catron attempted to leave the property in his vehicle. ...

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Man suffered concussion in head-on collision – $1.4 Million Settlement (access required)

Mr. Dantzler was a front-seat passenger in his girlfriend’s car when they were struck head-on by a work van operated by operated by Gordon on Layfayette Blvd. in Norfolk. Dantzler was unconscious at the scene, transported to Sentara Norfolk General ...

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Jury returns verdict of $30K more than limits $130,000 Verdict (access required)

Linda Neely, the plaintiff in this case, is a 64-year-old, life-long resident of Chesterfield County. She is a widow who lives with her adult son. She spent 32 years as a special education teacher before her retirement. At the time ...

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Woman partially paralyzed after fall down shaftway – $6.5 Million Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff was partially paralyzed when she fell five stories down an open shaftway in a residential apartment building in which she was a guest of a resident. Plaintiff and a companion opened an unlocked closet door, stepped over a 36-inch ...

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