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Heating Systems-Cases Summarized By Accident Lawyer

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 Heating Systems-Product Liability. For more information on heating system issues see the pages on Wikipedia. 

Heating Systems-Statutes

 

See Va. Code § 40.1-51.5 et seq.

Heating Systems-Cases

1969 Boiler Brick & Refractory Co. v. Maryland Cas., 210 Va. 50, 168 S.E.2d 100.

Boiler exploded while being installed. Dispute among insurance companies as to coverage.

1959 Willner v. Woodward, 201 Va. 104, 109 S.E.2d 132.

Plaintiff sued defendant architect as to negligence in approving and supervising installation of heating and air condition system. Jury issue created.

1955 Gayle v. Hazelwood, 196 Va. 674, 85 S.E.2d 243.

Heating system exploded due to faulty installation. Verdict for plaintiff.

1950 Esso Std. Oil Co. v. Stewart, 190 Va. 949, 59 S.E.2d 67.

Plaintiff claimed negligence of defendant consisted of misadjustment of air shutter based on circumstantial evidence. Direct evidence of defendant refuted this. Fact cannot be established by circumstantial evidence which is perfectly consistent with direct uncontradicted, reasonable and unimpeached testimony that fact does not exist.

1945 Greenland Corp. v. Allied, 184 Va. 588, 35 S.E.2d 801.

Defective furnace was subject of controversy.

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