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Personal Injury Actions Against Convicts

Sometimes in the course of personal injury litigation it’s necessary to sue someone who is in jail. That person may have been the at-fault party in a crash and subsequently is in prison. On the other hand it may be … Continue reading

Sealing Personal Injury Files

Sometimes in a lawsuit, one party may want the file sealed. On the other hand they may want part of the file sealed. Whether or not that can happen is governed by the case law and statutes of Virginia. In Shenandoah … Continue reading

Consumer Protection Act in Virginia

The Virginia Consumer Protection Act was initially passed in 1977. It was passed as remedial legislation to promote fair and ethical standards between suppliers and the consuming public. It protects in particular a consumer transaction. A consumer transaction involves the … Continue reading

Fraud in Medical Malpractice

Fraudulent behavior in the context of a medical malpractice case is not unheard of. However it is unusual. The court addressed such an issue in the case of Dell v. French, 38 Va. Cir. 91 (1995) On December 21, 1991 … Continue reading

Insurance Contract Law

Insurance policies are contracts. They are simply agreements. No different than most other contracts. What follows is an explanation of contract law and some incorporation of insurance contract law. First, some general definitions. A contract is an agreement between two … Continue reading

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