Lynch v. Minor & Cox Transportation Services

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Location: Circuit Court of the City of Richmond
Injuries: Catastrophic Injuries
Jury Verdict: $1,000,000

Mr. Lynch sustained severe injuries to his knee when a vehicle which had been rear ended by a tractor trailer crossed the median on U.S. 1 south of Ashland and then crashed almost head-on into Mr. Lynch’s automobile. Even after knee reconstruction surgery, the plaintiff’s knee injury seriously affected his ability to work as a painter.