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Christopher Stoops v. Prudential Insurance Company of America
Alexandria, Virginia employment law lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an E.R.I.S.A.-Employee Benefits theory. ยง 1132(a)(1)(B), which provides that a civil action may be brought by a participant or beneficiary of an ERISA plan "to recover benefits due to him under the terms of his plan, to enforce his rights under the terms of the plan, or to clarify his rig...
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( 07-02-2024 - VA)

United States of America v. Mark Joseph Rodriguez
Alexandria, Virginia criminal defense lawyer represented the Defendant charged with engaging in a dogfighting conspiracy in violation of 18 U.S.C. 371. 18 U.S.C. 371: If two or more persons conspire either to commit any offense against the United States, or to defraud the United States, or any agency thereof in any manner or for any purpose, and one or more of ...
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( 07-02-2024 - VA)

Commonwealth of Virginia v. Cola Beale
Virginia Beach, Virginia criminal defense lawyer represented the Defendant charged with first-degree murder. On March 22, 2022,Cola Beale killed his girlfriend, Czavier Hill. Police later found his father figure, Clifton Baxter, dead on March 25. Then in Norfolk, on March 28, he killed his cousin Downing McLean. He was arrested in Hampton on March 31. ...
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( 07-02-2024 - VA)

Saanford Jones v. Kroger Limited Partnership
Norfolk, Virginia personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability theory claiming $2.4 million in damages. If the property owner fails to exercise reasonable care to maintain the premises, which results in injury to the invitee, they could be held liable for damages. Under Virginia law, if the property owner has invited you to visit their premises, you ar...
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( 04-16-2024 - VA)

Powell J. Bernhardt, IV v. Carolina Supreme Trucking LLC, et al.
Alexandra, Virginia personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory. Virginia uses the pure contributory negligence rule. This is the harshest legal doctrine in personal injury cases involving negligence. The defendant must be 100% at fault for the accident that caused the plaintiff's injuries....
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( 04-16-2024 - VA)

Michael Bryant, et al. v. MW Manufacturers, Inc.
Roanoke, Virginia employment law lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Minimum wage or overtime compensation theory under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and youth employment standards affecting employees in the private sector and in Federal, State, and local governments. ...
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( 04-16-2024 - VA)

Keith Singleton v. International Business Sales & Services Corporation
Harrisonburg, Virginia civil rights lawyer presented the Plaintiff on a job discrimination theory. This case was filed in the Frederick Circuit Court, 069CL22000687-00, and was removed to federal court by International Business Sales & Services Corporation. Singleton, a Virginia resident, worked as a cybersecurity coach for IBSS, a Maryland corporation, from December 16, 2021, u...
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( 04-16-2024 - VA)

Gudrun M. Freeman v. John A. Kulits, M.D.
Roanoke, Virginia personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a medical malpractice negligence theory. ...
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( 04-16-2024 - VA)

Kristen A. White v. Flagship Facility Services, Inc.
Roanoke, Virginia personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a negligence theory. This case was filed in the Pulaski County Circuit Court, CL23000187-00, and was removed to federal court by Flagship Facility Services, Inc.. Once it is establish the defendant had a duty of care towards plaintiff, plaintiff must then prove defendant breached that duty of care to...
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( 04-16-2024 - VA)

M.R. v. Dyaln McCloy
Roanoke, Virginia personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory claiming $350,000 in damages and/or injuries. Virginia uses the pure contributory negligence rule. This is the harshest legal doctrine in personal injury cases involving negligence. The defendant must be 100% at fault for the accident that caused the plaintiff's injuries. ...
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( 04-16-2024 - VA)

Nancy L. Johnson v. Lowes Home Centers, LLC
Abingdon, Virginia personal injury slip and fall lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability negligence theory. This case was filed in the Tazewell County Circuit Court, CL21-291, and was removed to federal court by the Defendant. Virginia law is clear that owners and/or occupants of a premises may be held liable for injuries caused to other people by the co...
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( 03-09-2024 - VA)

Julius E. Williams v. Douglas R. Shed
Richmond, Virginia personal injury truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendant on auto negligence theories. This case was filed in the General District Court for the City of Richmond, GV23004707-00, and was removed to federal court by the Defendants. Some states follow a more enlightened version of the fault law called "comparative negligence." Alas, Virgi...
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( 03-08-2024 - VA)

Brenna Lee Trejo Morales v. Chipotle Services, LLC
Alexandria, Virginia personal injury slip and fall lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability negligence theory. This case was filed in the Fairfax County Circuit Court, CL-22-0013195, and was removed to federal court by the Defendant. Virginia law is clear that owners and/or occupants of a premises may be held liable for injuries caused to other people by ...
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( 03-07-2024 - VA)

Heidi Berin v. Minnesota Life Insurance Company
Alexandria, Virginia insurance law lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a bad faith breach of insurance contract theory. ...
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( 03-06-2024 - VA)

Michael Eden, et al.v. Joseph Car Transport, LLC, et al.
Bluefield, West Virginia personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendant on a negligence theory. The elements of a personal injury claim in West Virginia are: Duty of care, breach of duty of care, damages and a direct casual relationship between the two. West Virginia is a modified comparative negligence state. Plaintiffs can be no more than 50% responsibl...
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( 03-05-2024 - VA)

Yolanda Alvarado v. Dollar Tree, Inc.
Norfolk, Virginia personal injury slip and fall lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability negligence theory. Virginia law makes it clear that owners and/or occupants of a premises may be held liable for injuries caused to other people by the conditions on that premises. However, establishing the duty a property owner or occupant owes to an injured person requires a...
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( 03-01-2024 - VA)

Valerie DeVille v. Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance Co.
Lynchburg, Virginia insurance law lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a bad faith breach of insurance contract theory. A. No person shall commit or perform with such frequency as to indicate a general business practice any of the following: 1. Misrepresenting pertinent facts or insurance policy provisions relating to coverages at issue; 2. Failing to acknowledge...
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( 02-26-2024 - VA)

Meagan R. Brown v. Wal-Mart Stores East, LLP
Richmond, Virginia personal injury slip and fall lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability negligence theory. This case was filed in the Henrico County Circuit Court, CL23-5112, and was removed to federal court by the Defendant. Virginia is clear that owners and/or occupants of a premises may be held liable for injuries caused to other people by the condit...
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( 02-21-2024 - VA)

Glenda N. Jaswal v. Wal-Mart Stores East, L.P.
Roanoke, Virginia personal injury slip and fall lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability theory. This case was filed in the Roanoke City Circuit Court, CL22-1091, and was removed to federal court by the Defendant. Virginia law is clear that owners and/or occupants of a premises may be held liable for injuries caused to other people by the conditions on th...
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( 02-12-2024 - VA)

Jerome Wade v. Aizhan Kadnbaeva and GTS Transportation Corporation
Roanoke, Virginia personal injury truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on auto negligence theories. This case was filed in the Montgomery County Circuit Court, CL-22002004-00, and was removed to federal court by the Dfendant. Some states follow a more enlightened version of the fault law called "comparative negligence." Alas, Virginia still chooses what is known ...
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( 02-12-2024 - VA)

Evelyn M. Baker v. Wawa, Inc.
Norfolk, Virginia personal injury slip and fall lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendant on a premises liability theory negligence theory. Virginia premises liability law dictates the legal obligations of property owners and occupiers to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition and to avoid foreseeable injuries to visitors. Here's a breakdown of the key points...
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( 01-10-2024 - VA)

Cassandra Scott v. Accordius Health at Lynchburg, L.L.C.. et al
Lynchburg, Virginia personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a medical malpractice theory. This case was filed in the Circuit Court for the City of Lynchburg, CL23000054, and was removed to federal court by Accordius Health at Lynchburg, LLC et al 'Malpractice' means any tort action or breach of contract action for personal injuries or wrongful death, based ...
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( 01-09-2024 - VA)

Christian E. Gibson v. David Lee Burkett and Wynne Transport Service, Inc.
Roanoke, Virginia personal injury truck wreck lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendants on auto negligence theories. Virginia's auto negligence law holds drivers accountable for their actions on the road and aims to compensate victims for injuries caused by another driver's carelessness. Here's a breakdown of key aspects: Duty of care: All drivers in Virginia have...
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( 01-08-2024 - VA)

Alphonso F. Brown v. United States of America
Norfolk, Virginia personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendant on a Federal Tort Claims act negligence theory. The Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) is a United States law that allows citizens to sue the federal government for certain kinds of torts (civil wrongs) committed by its employees. This is a significant exception to the principle of sovereign immunity, wh...
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( 01-04-2024 - VA)

Kevin Correa v. Caliber Bodyworks of Virginia, LLC, d/b/a Caliber Collision Center
Richmond, Virginia personal injury slip and fall lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendant on a premises liablity negligence theory...
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( 01-03-2024 - VA)

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