American Finance Solutions, LLC v. Pro Nurses Inc.; Valerie Bester; and Tangerine K. Hope
This is a confessed judgment of $25,592.
Attorneys: Rachel E. VanHorn of Glasser & Glasser
Filed: April 5, 2018. CL18001073
Quest Diagnostics Incorporated v. Reiter and Hill P.L.L.C. d/b/a Reiter, Hill, Johnson & Nevin
Plaintiff says it provided various laboratory testing services to defendant, but defendant has failed to pay. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $731,505.44.
Attorneys: Shannon J. Posner of the Law Offices of Shannon J. Posner
Filed: April 3, 2018. CL18001046
Tiffany D. Higuchi v. Chippenham & Johnston-Willis Hospitals, Inc.; Johnston Willis Limited d/b/a Johnston Willis Hospital; Capital Division, Inc. d/b/a HCA Virginia; C/HCA, Inc.; and Eric Hendricks, R.N.
Plaintiff says while in the Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit at Johnston Willis, where she was supposed to have an hourly drain of cerebrospinal fluid, it was discovered that Hendricks had left the drain open for several hours on April 6, 2016, causing an excessive amount of fluid to negligently drain, causing pain and discomfort, and she remained in the ICU for two weeks. Following the incident, she was restricted at various times from certain movements and positions, and subsequently developed a blood clot in her leg that traveled to her lung, which eventually collapsed. Blood clot medication caused severe side effects, resulting in an additional two-week hospital stay in July 2016, plaintiff says. Plaintiff alleges failure to comply with applicable standards of care and seeks judgment of $500,000.
Attorneys: Julie S. Palmer of Harman, Claytor, Corrigan & Willman
Filed: April 2, 2018. CL18001033