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Woman brings slip and fall claim against major retailer

Being unexpectedly injured or otherwise harmed while conducting an everyday activity such as grocery shopping can have a significant impact on the life of the victim. A woman in West Virginia has brought a claim for damages against a major national retailer after she was injured while shopping in one of its grocery stores.

Legal resources are available to victims of asbestos exposure

Mesothelioma can have devastating consequences for victims years following exposure. Mesothelioma is a deadly disease that is caused by exposure to asbestos fibers. Exposure to asbestos can result in painful illnesses including Mesothelioma and death. Legal protections are available to victims and their families when a loved one has died from Mesothelioma.

Woman brings slip and fall lawsuit against major retailer

Victims who are harmed by an unsafe property condition have legal options to consider. A woman has brought a premises liability claim in West Virginia against a major national retailer, asserting that she slipped and fell in one of its stores. The victim asserts that she was shopping in the store as a customer when she slipped and fell on a wet and slippery substance on the floor. As a result of falling on the liquid substance left on the floor, the woman further asserts in her lawsuit that she slipped and fell and injured her shoulder.

Recognizing the dangers of asbestos

Since the late 1800's and during a boom in the World War II era, asbestos was used throughout the United States in a variety of industries. Its fibers are thin and durable, and the material is resistant to heat, fire and chemicals, and the material does not conduct electricity.

Can I file a lawsuit after a slip and fall accident?

When you walk onto someone else's property, you expect that the owner of the property has properly maintained the premises. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Many negligent property owners in West Virginia fail to make their property safe for visitors or ignore dangerous conditions until it's too late.

Plaintiffs allege premises liability in recent filing

Asbestos is a type of fiber that comes from certain rocks and soil, and it has properties that make it ideal for use in construction material, as insulation, and for many other commercial purposes. However, as many people in the Charleston area probably know, exposure to asbestos can result in people developing certain deadly diseases such as lung cancer and mesothelioma.

Retailers can't overlook dangerous property conditions

The holiday season is in full swing, and during the coming days, many people in West Virginia will be scrambling to buy holiday gifts for their friends and family. Going to retail stores and shopping malls is undoubtedly a ritual for people all over the country during this time of the year. The only kind of injury that these shopping trips typically result in is in the form of credit card debt or a reduced bank account balance. Occasionally, however, a person can end up with physical injuries while shopping at a store.

Woman files personal injury lawsuit in West Virginia

Going to a place of business, like a grocery store or strip mall, should not result in a person suffering injuries. Many people go to Charleston-area businesses all the time without even considering the possibility that they would be harmed. However, if a property owner fails to take care of dangerous conditions on the premises, injuries can result.

West Virginia attorneys who know premises liability law

Property owners in West Virginia who don't maintain their premises can see the value of their property decline. Moreover, they could face economic losses through other means. For instance, if someone gets injured while on the property, the victim could pursue compensation for their injury-related damages by filing a premises liability lawsuit against the property owner. This is true for homeowners as well as for people and companies that own commercial properties.

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