April 16th, 2010
April 14, 2010
A 74-year-old Virginia Beach man is dead after he lit a cigarette in his bedroom and started a fire.
According to an article on FireEngineering.com, a caretaker for the Virginia Beach man found him unconscious and called 911.
Smoke inhalation appeared to be the cause of death, but the Virginia Beach medical examiner will determine the cause of death, the article said.
The article also reported that the home didn’t have working smoke detectors.
How often do you check the smoke detectors in your family’s home to make sure they’re working? Do you also check the smoke detectors of your loved ones?
If your loved one or the loved one of someone you know has been wrongfully killed in Virginia Beach, the Norfolk Personal Injury Attorneys at Lowell Stanley can help.
February 17th, 2010
February 4, 2010
The Washington Post reported the family of a 52-year-old man is unable to file a Virginia wrongful death law suit against the police department or any other type of lawsuit.
The man was shot and killed by a police office last November for suspicious of having a weapon after he was stopped by the police for running a red light. The family wants to file a Virginia wrongful death suit for this incident.
There are special state rulings that allow certain beneficiaries to file a Virginia wrongful death suit, and they were not named in the man’s will, which prevent them from doing so.
The wrongful death lawyers at Lowell Stanley can help if you lost a loved one as the result of another person’s negligence or misconduct.
December 9th, 2009
November 12, 2009
Richmond Times-Dispatch stated a Supreme Court judge reinstated a Virginia wrongful death lawsuit that was filed in December 2006 and sent it back to its County Court to be decided.
The family of a 14-year-old girl filed the Virginia wrongful death lawsuit when their daughter was killed in a car accident.
The parents of the deceased girl filed the $15 million Virginia wrongful death suit against the parents of the girl who was driving and caused the car accident.
The Virginia wrongful death lawsuit is set for trial next year.
The wrongful death lawyers at Lowell Stanley can help if you lost a loved one as a result of another person’s negligence.
March 2nd, 2009
February 26, 2009
According to WVEC, a mother filed a $5 million Virginia wrongful death suit against Correct Care Solutions.
Her 20-year-old son died at Norfolk City Jail last March. It is stated in the Virginia wrongful death suit that he complained of bleeding in his mouth and nose.
The lawyer who is handling the Virginia wrongful death suit said the son requested medical attention, but never received any attention, although a nurse did state he needed to see a doctor.
The wrongful death attorneys at Lowell Stanley can help if you have lost a loved one in an accident.