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Virginia: Car Accidents – a Lawyer’s Millions

Virginia: Car Accidents – a Lawyer’s Millions

Trial is the monthly journal of the American Association for Justice (“AAJ”) formerly American Trial Lawyers Association (“ATLA”). Its issue for April, 2015, covers “BUSINESS TORTS,” and features 5 articles: “Halliburton II: A Net Positive for Plaintiff Investors,” id. at 16-21; “SECURING DATA-BREACH CLAIMS,” id. at 22-27; “A HOSTILE TAKEOVER of Shareholder Litigation,” id. at 28-31 and 34-36; “KNOW YOUR CLIENT’S RIGHTS IN WAGE AND HOUR CASES,” id. at 38-45; and “Understanding Securities ARBITRATION.” Id. at 46-52.

In its “Verdicts & Settlements,” Trial in April, 2015, also reports multi-million dollar jury verdicts for Plaintiffs for brain injury, vehicle accident, and wrongful death cases: “Woman Poisoned by Lead Paint in Rental Home” is a 2014 $1,450,000.00 Maryland award, id. at 8; “Improper U-turn” is a 2014 $1,500,000.00 Colorado award on only $26,400.00 medical expenses and less than $10,000.00 lost wages, id. at 8, 10; and “Inadequate Monitoring Leads to Inmate’s Fatal Asthma Attack” is a 2014 $3,000,000.00 California award. Id. at 10.

Mr. Waterman has been an AAJ/ATLA member for over two decades. His practice focuses on vehicle crashes, medical malpractice, brain injuries, and other cases of wrongful death and serious personal injuries.