Tag Archives: Portsmouth Circuit Court

Limits, comp lien complicated resolution of wreck case – $862,500 Settlement (access required)

Plaintiff, an on-duty truck driver, was struck head-on by a wrong-way speeding driver. Plaintiff suffered cervical injuries overlayed on pre-existing stenosis. Acute stress symptoms were present immediately at the scene. The PTSD and claimed TBI persisted. The combination of physical ...

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Passenger gets one driver’s limits, gets defense verdict from other – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff was a passenger involved in a two-car collision. One driver settled for her policy limits. The remaining driver and defendant denied liability and brought the case to trial. Following the presentation of testimony and evidence, the jury returned a ...

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Long-time business deal unravels, ends in fraud lawsuit – $657,434.80 verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, Multi Textiles Inc. (“Multi Textiles”), is an importer, wholesaler, and distributor of textiles. For over 30 years, Multi Textiles supplied defendant, Tidewater Area Central Laundry, Inc. d/b/a Share Hospital Services (“SHS”), a cooperative laundry servicing multiple hospitals in the ...

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Va. Cir.: Terminal owner struggles to prove property values (access required)

The owner of a tract of land housing a marine container terminal challenged municipal tax assessments on both real and personal property. Neither party presented credible expert testimony on real property value, and the court rejected the owner’s calculation of ...

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Man suffered hurt leg in wreck caused by drunk – $1,600,000 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, a 19-year-old at the time of the incident, was driving home from a friend’s house on the Eastern Shore to his home where he lived with his mother at about 11:00 pm on the main shore highway U.S. Route ...

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