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November 2013 Archives

Woman sets out to help others recover from spinal cord injuries

When a person suffers an injury to their back or neck, it can have life-changing consequences. West Virginians who are living with spinal cord injuries might feel resigned to the idea that they will never be able to do many of the things that they once could. Through remarkable advances in technology and medicine, however, people in this situation should have more and more hope for their recovery.

Fatal car crash leaves woman dead and husband grieving

In big cities throughout the country, like Charleston, pedestrians are a common sight on the streets and sidewalks. Under West Virginia law, all drivers must be careful to operate their vehicles so as not to harm other people, including pedestrians. Moreover, pedestrians typically have the right-of-way at marked crosswalks throughout the city.

Man sues Post Office after slip-and-fall accident

As the temperature drops this time of year in West Virginia, the possibility of snow and ice accumulation becomes more likely. With ice and snow comes the risk of slipping and falling. Though most people know they need to walk carefully on icy surfaces, they also rightfully expect sidewalks, parking lots, and driveways to be clear and safe.

Semi truck accident leaves teenager dead

Large trucks are a common sight on the highways that surround the Charleston area and run throughout West Virginia and beyond the state's borders. Big rig trucks are an essential means of transporting goods all across the country. Unfortunately, however, accidents involving these trucks often result in severe injuries or even death. This is especially true where the accident includes a semi truck and a smaller vehicle like a car or SUV.

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