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February 2017 Archives

Understanding the risk of serious injuries involved with ATVs

As a previous post on this blog highlighted, ATVs can present some risks and dangers. While these small vehicles are often used for both work and play, they can also generate problems when driven on and near roadways. If a motorist is not paying attention, or riders on the ATV have not taken safety precautions while riding, it is possible to suffer serious injuries in the event of an ATV-car accident.

Two Injured in ATV-car crash in West Virginia

In West Virginia, it is not uncommon to see more than just automobile traveling on or near the roadways. Many residents enjoy riding dirt bikes, motorcycles and ATVs throughout the state. While these vehicles are a great way to enjoy the outdoors, there are some risks associated with them. Smaller vehicles traveling on roads in residential areas are not always expected or seen. If a negligent driver fails to use caution around these vehicles, a serious and even fatal car accident could ensue.

What damages are available from a wrongful death claim?

Death can be untimely and unexpected. The loss of a loved one may not be due to old age or disease but rather because of the negligence of another person. A fatal accident can never be predicted, and individuals are likely to suffer tremendously from the accidental death of a family member.

The treatment process for spinal cord injuries

No one ever expects to be an accident victim in a serious collision. Not only is the event shocking, but the aftermath of the crash can be difficult to process. The life of victims in West Virginia and elsewhere can be significantly altered as they have likely suffered serious injuries. One injury that is difficult to recuperate from is a spinal cord injury. Such an injury can make it difficult to recover and return to your daily routine and previous life.

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