In a unanimous decision, the Virginia Supreme Court agreed with the firm, reversed a trial court’s ruling, and found $500,000 in insurance coverage for a client hit and hurt by another driver who crossed the median on Interstate 295.

In its April 17, 2009 opinion, the state’s high court adopted the core argument offered by the firm to overturn the earlier no coverage decision:  the plain language of the policy required the carrier to provide underinsured motorist coverage to the injured person.

Read the Virginia Supreme Court’s decision here