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Tag Archives: Prince William County Circuit Court

Landlord cannot sue for possession despite default (access required)

Even though defendants concede they breached their commercial lease of plaintiff’s property by failing to obtain insurance, plaintiff’s suit for possession is dismissed. The lease specifies a procedure to reclaim the property in the event of a default. Plaintiff did ...

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Jury returns verdict for doctor for alleged injury from hysterectomy — Defense verdict (access required)

Type of action: Medical malpractice Injuries alleged: Alleged rectum injury causing temporary colostomy, two hernias, rectovaginal fistula, three surgeries and physical and mental pain Name of case: Goldstein v. Heritage Court: Prince William County Circuit Court Case no.: CL 19-2503 ...

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Woman injured after defendant driver allegedly ran red light — $1.82M settlement (access required)

Type of action: Auto accident Injuries alleged: Moderate TBI with extensive hospital stay; resultant ADD, cognitive communication disorder, post-traumatic vision syndrome, mid-line shift syndrome, central auditory processing disorder, visuo-vestibular disorder, orbitofrontal changes, dysexecutive disorder and fatigue. Permanent increased risk of ...

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Care facility failed to take man to rescheduled dialysis appointment — $2M verdict (access required)

Type of action: Medical malpractice Injuries alleged: Wrongful death due to admitted failure to take decedent to rescheduled dialysis appointment Name of case: Yvonne Bazil, Administrator of the Estate of Marvin Bazil, deceased v. Envoy of Woodbridge, LLC Court: Prince ...

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Defense verdict reached in case stemming from 2015 auto accident — Defense verdict (access required)

Type of action: Auto accident Injuries alleged: Complex regional pain syndrome, post-traumatic cervical facet arthritis Name of case: Simpson v. Flores Court: Prince William County Circuit Court Case no.: CL 17-4006 Tried before: Jury Name of judge or mediator: Judge ...

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Motorcyclist run over, killed by driver passing accident scene — $500,000 settlement (access required)

Type of action: Wrongful death Name of case: Estate of Daniel Kampe v. Ellen J. Grady, et al. Court: Prince William County Circuit Court Case no.: CL215230 Name of judge or mediator: Judge Angela Horan Date resolved: 11/5/2021 Demand: $500,000 ...

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Man suffered leg amputation after motorcycle accident — $1.3 million settlement (access required)

Type of action: Personal injury motorcycle claim Injuries alleged: Left leg and ankle degloving, left femur fracture, open intra-articulated displaced calmness fracture, open plantar dislocation with extruded talus, dislocated tibiotalar joint, dislocated subtalar joint, dislocated talonavicular joint and abrasions to ...

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Couple injured in rollover crash while avoiding stopped vehicle — $450,000 settlement (access required)

Type of action: Personal injury Injuries alleged: Wife: lumbar fracture, permanent gait impairment and severe bruising. Husband: concussion, subarachnoid hemorrhage, rib fracture, lumbar fracture, facial lacerations and contusions Court: Prince William County Circuit Court Special damages: $148,000 in medicals Verdict ...

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Deputy sued orthopaedist for missed fracture – $1.204 million verdict ($882,000 verdict, plus interest of $322,000) (access required)

A Loudoun County sheriff’s deputy was injured in a car crash, suffering injuries to his right ankle. He was referred to Dr. Cyrus Press of Center for Advanced Orthopaedics in Woodbridge. Dr. Press sent the plaintiff for an MRI, which ...

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Obstetrician prevails in birth injury lawsuit – Defense Verdict (access required)

The plaintiff alleged the defendant, an obstetrician and gynecologist, failed to recognize and manage a shoulder dystocia, which resulted in him suffering a permanent brachial plexus injury with avulsions of the nerve roots at the C5 and C6 levels. The ...

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