A Richmond jury returned a verdict of $300,000 for the plaintiff motorcycle driver who was hurt when an unidentified pickup truck, driven by a “John Doe,” suddenly stopped for no reason in a curved offramp. The motorcyclist had to lay down her bike in a split second to avoid the crash. The pickup driver was […]
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Plaintiff resolved his case with a construction company for $800,000 after a construction vehicle rear-ended him at moderate speed, causing exacerbation of underlying arthritis and requiring a hip replacement that was disputed by the company.
A Richmond city jury returned a verdict for Emroch & Kilduff’s client after a 3-day trial on May 24, 2019. The jury found that the surgeon was negligent and that his negligence caused permanent nerve damage in the plaintiff’s lumbar spine.
On April 24, 2017, the decedent was a passenger in a vehicle driven by a friend that was traveling on an interstate roadway. The driver lost control of the vehicle which caused the vehicle to leave the roadway and crash into a ditch. As a result of the crash, the decedent sustained several cervical bone […]
Plaintiff was struck and run over by a school bus in a crosswalk as plaintiff walked to school. The bus fractured plaintiff’s left tibia and fibia as well as six bones in her right foot. The fractures were treated surgically and plaintiff will live with a fixation device implanted to stabilize the tib-fib fracture. Plaintiff […]
Medical Malpractice The plaintiff lost her left kidney and suffered damage to her gallbladder and spleen as a result of the transection of her left ureter sustained during a colostomy with Hartmann procedure. Plaintiff contended that the general surgeon who performed the colostomy was negligent in transecting the left ureter by mistake. As a consequence […]
By: Virginia Lawyers Weekly May 7, 2018 The patient went to the emergency room with complaints of abdominal pain two days after being discharged following the birth of her first child via C-section. A CT scan was read as possibly showing an abscess on her uterus, and she had an elevated white blood count and […]
The decedent experienced cardiac arrest during an outpatient endoscopy and passed away, leaving behind a wife and three adult children as well as three adult step-children. Plaintiff contended that the anesthetist negligently used large, one-size-fits-all bolus doses of Propofol to sedate the decedent before the procedure. Plaintiff contended that the decedent suffered respiratory arrest which […]
(By: Virginia Lawyers Weekly May 26, 2014) This was a premises liability/wrongful death case, stemming from a drowning that occurred on July 1, 2011. The defendants were the apartment owners, the apartment management company, and the company hired to manage the pool and supply a trained lifeguard. The decedent was a 6-year-old kindergarten student at […]
$2.25 Million Workman fell through roof opening, sustained brain injury Type of case: Premises liability Court: Baltimore City Circuit Court Mediator: Thomas S. Shadrick Attorneys: Walter H. Emroch and Thomas J. McNally, Richmond; Patrick Malone and Daniel Scialpi, Washington Summary: The plaintiff was employed by a Virginia corporation that that been hired to power-wash and […]