By Jim Hurley, Virginia Beach Pedestrian Injury Lawyer
My colleague John Cooper has written a new article on the Norfolk Accident Injury Lawyers website about a wrongful death suit brought over the death of Chesapeake crossing guard Lovette Person in 2011. While a $6 million suit has been filed the driver responsible for Lovette Person’s death was fined just $250 in a criminal court.
The Virginia Beach and Norfolk, VA personal injury law firm, Cooper Hurley, handles car, truck, and motorcycle injuries as well as brain injury, wrongful death, railroad workers’ injuries (FELA) mesothelioma and medical malpractice cases.
John Cooper grew up and was educated in Virginia Beach and handles many cases from the city. John Cooper and his partner Jim Hurley have more than 40 years of combined experience in handling personal injury claims.
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