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Conduct of Others: Cases Summarized By Injury Attorney

This page within Virginia Tort Case Law is a compilation of cases reported by the Virginia Supreme Court and summarized by Brien Roche dealing with the topic of Conduct of Others and the related topic of personal injury.    

Conduct of Others-Cases

1976 Bassett Furn. v. McReynolds, 216 Va. 897, 224 S.E.2d 323.

Plaintiff was properly allowed to present evidence of fact that other construction workers, working near plaintiff, did not see hole that plaintiff fell through. This was relevant to issue of whether hole was open and obvious.

1972 Tazewell Supply Co. v. Turner, 213 Va. 93, 189 S.E.2d 347.

Plaintiff tripped and fell on box in grocery store. Plaintiff’s sister saw box and easily avoided it. Contributory negligence as matter of law.

1968 White v. Hunt, 209 Va. 11, 161 S.E.2d 809.

Jury could have found that driver negligent for not seeing defendant’s vehicle which was in plain view and seen by passenger.

1942 Richmond v. Best, 180 Va. 429, 23 S.E.2d 224.

Fact that several cars had skidded on ice and fact that part of street was sanded, warranted factual determination that ice was not open and obvious.

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