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July 2014 Archives

Man files suit following truck accident

Anytime that a truck is involved in an accident with a car or SUV, the people in that smaller vehicle are likely to suffer serious injuries and damage to their vehicle. This is especially true if the accident is a head-on collision. However, any type of collision with such a large, heavy, vehicle is bound to cause substantial damages.

W.Va. women settle coal mining negligence claims

In January 206, a fire at a West Virginia coal mine killed two of the mine's workers, and another 10 men narrowly escaped with their lives. When the fire broke out in the mine, the workers struggled to flee through a smoke-filled escape route. In addition to the mine having a defective ventilation system and unmarked escape doors, the men did not have proper training on activating their breathing devices. As a result, the two victims died of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Negligent drivers are dangerous, even at unexpected locations

Fast food restaurant chains are a staple of almost every city across the country. While their food is not always the healthiest choice, millions of Americans enjoy these restaurants for their inexpensive food and reliably quick service. The "drive-thru" line, for example, allows customers to get their food within minutes and without even getting out of their vehicle.

Olympic champion takes on spinal cord injury

People in West Virginia who have suffered a spinal cord injury know that it can be a devastating experience that changes the victim's life. Whether it stems from a vehicular crash, a workplace injury, or any other kind of accident, a spinal cord injury can cause permanent disability.

W.Va. premises liability lawsuit involves rap star

Most people who attend concerts or other live shows do not expect to suffer any kind of injury while at the performance venue. Sometimes, however, hazardous conditions on the property may lead to injuries. Likewise, if the property owner does not provide security at the venue, it can also lead to a variety of problems.

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