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Fog 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 Fog and the related topic of vehicle accidents. For more information on fog issues see the pages on Wikipedia.

Fog-Cases

1978 Norfolk & W. Ry. v. Greenfield, 219 Va. 122, 244 S.E.2d 781.

Plaintiff’s decedent struck and killed at railway crossing in heavy mist. Decedent had duty to exercise care commensurate with circumstances. Contributory negligence of decedent established as matter of law.

1947 Stuart v. Coates, 186 Va. 227, 42 S.E.2d 311.

Defendant claimed that heavy fog obstructed her view of plaintiff pedestrian.

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Fog Cases Summarized By Injury Attorney

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