Virginia & Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers Discuss Recent Personal Injury Case Verdict Against a Drunk Driver, Including Punitive Damages

My colleague Rick Shapiro has posted a full article discussing how juries do not have sympathy for drunk drivers who cause serious personal injuries, whether in Virginia (VA), North Carolina (NC) or elsewhere. Even in a case of very small medical bills, a recent Virginia jury in a conservative state court jurisdiction granted a $281,000 verdict for…

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Personal Injury Lawsuits: Hospitals and Clinics Adjust To Increase in Infection Injury Malpractice Cases

Personal Injury Lawsuits: According to an article in Lawyers USA in December 2008, medical malpractice lawsuits are on the rise against hospital and other clinics for serious or life-threatening infections that personal injury victims are claiming could have been prevented. Most importantly, juries are holding the hospitals responsible for failing to prevent the resulting personal injuries/infections.

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Slip, Trip and Fall Cases: When Is a Hole or Condition That Causes Personal Injuries Open and Obvious?

My colleague Rick Shapiro wrote an article about a recent federal court decision out of Richmond, Virginia (VA) — which also has jurisdiction in West Virginia (WV), North Carolina (NC), and South Carolina (SC) — in which the federal judge denied a motion to dismiss a delivery driver’s personal injury lawsuit against a Firestone Tire…

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