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February 2014 Archives

Two people injured in truck accident at West Virginia state line

Big rigs and other smaller trucks carrying loads of equipment and goods are commonplace on West Virginia's roadways. Many people try to avoid driving near these trucks because they fear the prospects of being involved in an accident with such a massive vehicle.

Injured woman files suit against West Virginia cafeteria

Under West Virginia law, property owners have a duty to their visitors to take reasonable measures to make the area reasonably free of hazardous conditions. When they breach this duty, and a visitor is injured as a result, the property owner may be held liable for the injured person's damages. This is known as the legal theory of premises liability, and it looks pretty simple on the surface. Like so many things in the law however, premises liability can be a lot more complicated than it may at first seem.

Sandwich chain faces lawsuit following deadly car accident

Distracted drivers are the cause of many accidents on the road. West Virginia drivers who divide their attention between driving and doing anything else risk their own lives and the lives of everyone else on the road. Whether the person is texting and driving, eating and driving or doing anything else that diverts their attention from the road, they could be making a fatal choice.

Young victim recovers from spinal cord injury

West Virginia residents, like people all throughout the country, like to get away from their everyday lives from time-to-time. Many of them accomplish this by going on a vacation. Whether a trip involves spending time at a West Virginia vacation spot or traveling out of state, people often like to try new and exciting activities while on vacation. Of course, nobody expects a vacation to end in disaster due to one of these activities.

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