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A paralyzed man owed VCU Health $86,000. VCU’s lawyer asked to be his guardian or have him put on the street.

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A paralyzed man owed VCU Health $86,000. VCU’s lawyer asked to be his guardian or have him put on the street.
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Shawn Majette 

ThompsonMcMullan office for a guardian project

An exterior photo of the Shockoe Slip building where the offices of ThompsonMcMullan are located.

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Richard Richardson with his sister and sons.

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Richelle Richardson-Hayes of Richmond hangs photos of her brother Richard Richardson.

Richard doing rehab

Richard Richardson received rehabilitative services at Sheltering Arms in 2016 while he was living with his family.

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Richard Richardson after the accident that left him paralyzed from the shoulders down.

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Richard with family

Richard Richardson's family visited him on Father's Day in 2017.

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Richardson with his niece.

Richard Richardson

Richard Richardson and his sisters, Richelle, Jennifer and Phyllis, pose for a picture after church in 1991.

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