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December 2013 Archives

Semi truck accident leaves one man dead

Large trucks carrying massive loads of goods, and sometimes even fuel or chemicals, roll through the country's vast network of interstate highways at all times of the year. Even at times when most other people are not working, like Christmas Eve, truckers are still on the road trying to get their cargo from one place to another.

Couple blames Charleston shopping mall for their injuries

The holiday shopping season is coming to a close. But, many of West Virginia's shoppers may still be planning to go to shopping malls and other retail stores in the Charleston area to partake in post-Christmas or end-of-year sales. In addition, some might go to return merchandise that they bought or received as gifts during the season.

Deceased patient's estate sues W.Va. doctor for wrongful death

Anytime a person is sick, they trust that medical professionals will properly treat them. Doctors, nurses and all other medical staff are highly trained to do all that they can to care for their patients appropriately. Sometimes, however, these people fail to properly care for their patients. All too often, this results in serious consequences for the patient, including death in some cases.

Truck accident leaves two women with serious injuries

Any time an accident involves a truck and a smaller vehicle, the smaller vehicle is more likely to take the brunt of the damage from the accident. This is for the simple reason that trucks are much bigger and heavier than other vehicles like cars or SUVs. Because trucks can be so dangerous, drivers of large trucks like 18-wheelers must have appropriate training and get a specialized driver's license.

Car accident victim sues West Virginia asphalt company

Any time a person is operating a moving vehicle, they must be aware of their surrounding at all times. This is true not only on a highway or busy street, but also in a driveway or parking lot. Recently, a woman filed a lawsuit, in West Virginia state court, following an accident that she says was caused by a truck that was backing out of a parking lot.

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