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Commonwealth v. Duck (2016)

Greensville County

Criminal Case

Bench Trial Verdict of Not Guilty

Attorneys: Andrew R. Page

Defendants were charged with Class 4 Felony Child Neglect. No offers were made prior to trial. Andrew Page tried the case and at the conclusion of the evidence, the Defendants were found not guilty.

Copeland v. Whitaker (2016)

City of Suffolk

Personal Injury Case

Settlement: $75,000.00

Attorneys: Andrew R. Page & Jack T. Randall

Plaintiff was driving down Highway 58 when he was blind-sided by another vehicle. Plaintiff suffered extensive personal injuries and mental anguish and was out of work for a period of time. 

Burton v. Burton (2016)

City of Chesapeake

Personal Injury Case

Jury Verdict: $86,000.00

Attorneys: Andrew R. Page

Plaintiff was shot in the leg by a family member. Plaintiff made claims of assault and battery, gross negligence, and simple negligence. Defense argued self-defense and contributory negligence. Plaintiff and Defendant entered into a high/low agreement to guarantee some compensation for the client. After a two-day jury trial argued by Andrew R. Page, the jury returned a verdict in favor of Plaintiff.

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Commonwealth v. Rawls (2015)

Greensville County

Criminal Case

Plea Agreement

Attorneys: Andrew R. Page & J. Daniel Vinson

Defendant was charged with first degree murder, possession of a firearm by a violent felon, and use of a firearm in the commission of murder, facing a potential incarceration of life plus eight years. After performing some research regarding the alleged prior conviction, Andrew Page negotiated a plea agreement allowing the Defendant to plead to a reduced charge of voluntary manslaughter and was sentenced to and active incarceration of two and one-half years.

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Cannady et al. v. Modern Oil (2014 – pending appeal)

Southampton County Circuit Court

Fraud

Jury Verdict: More than $220,000

Attorneys: Jack T. Randall & J. Daniel Vinson

Plaintiffs were found liable for defrauding by their common employer.

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Edwards v. Hume (2014)

Southampton County

Personal Injury

Settlement: $43,500.00

Attorneys: Andrew R. Page

Plaintiff was travelling on General Mahone Boulevard in Southampton County, Virginia when the Defendant, driving in the opposite direction, attempted a left turn, causing the vehicles to collide. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff suffered injuries and experienced lost wages.

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Myrick v. LTD Management Co., LLC (2014)

City of Chesapeake

Premises Liability

Settlement: $65,000.00

Attorneys: Andrew R. Page

This premises liability slip-and-fall case occurred at a hotel in Chesapeake. The hotel failed to clean up a large amount of water on the floor which caused the Plaintiff to slip and failed to put out “Wet Floor” signs. As a result of the fall, Plaintiff had to go through knee surgery and extensive physical therapy.

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Mulvihill v. Smith (2013)

Sussex County Circuit Court

Personal Injury

Settlement: $250,000

Attorneys: Jack T. Randall & J. Daniel Vinson 

Plaintiffs were involved in an automobile accident where the Defendant in a tractor trailer sideswiped Plaintiffs’ car and ran them into the median.

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Confidential A (2013)

Confidential Location

Premises Liability

Settlement: $50,000.00

Attorneys: Andrew R. Page & Jack T. Randall

Plaintiff, while a patron in a business, suffered damages from a defective ceiling that collapsed. The business had prior notice of the defective ceiling but failed to correct the problem. Plaintiff suffered injuries to the back and neck. Plaintiff also had lost wages as a result of missing employment.

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Confidential B(2013)

Confidential Location

Personal Injury

Settlement: $185,000.00

Attorneys: Andrew R. Page & Jack T. Randall

Plaintiffs were traveling on a major highway, preparing to make a proper left turn into a business. Before the turn was made, a tractor-trailer driver rear-ended their vehicle. The impact was so severe that the driver of the tractor-trailer died and the major highway was closed for over 20 hours to repair the roadway. Plaintiffs survived the crash but suffered serious injuries.

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Lankford v. Robinson, et al (2013)

Southampton County Circuit Court

Personal Injury

Trial of Declaratory Judgment & Settlement: $175,000.00

Attorneys: Andrew R. Page & Jack T. Randall

Plaintiff was driving a motorcycle on Ivor Road in Southampton County when Defendant attempted a left turn, causing a collision of the two vehicles. Plaintiff was airlifted to the hospital and suffered serious injuries, including surgeries and screws being implanted.

The Defendant was employed as a medical examiner for a company. The company denied that Defendant was an employee, stating that she was instead an independent contractor. The company instituted a declaratory judgment regarding that issue, so as to avoid the jury having that as an issue to decide. Drew Page tried the declaratory judgment, which resulted in the judge reserving the issue of scope of employment for the jury. After that hearing, the parties reached settlement.

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