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March 2014 Archives

West Virginia truck accident sends three to the hospital

Distracted driving is a problem in West Virginia, just like it is in every other part of the country. When someone behind the wheel of a vehicle is not devoting their full attention to the road, accidents can result. Regardless of whether the driver is talking on their cell phone, playing with the radio or eating while driving, people risk the safety of everyone on the road when they divert any attention away from driving.

Slip-and-fall accident leads to lawsuit

Slip-and-fall accidents are all too common and they can lead to debilitating injuries. Many people may assume that these kinds of accidents only happen to older people. While it is true that older people are more prone to suffering serious injuries from a slip-and-fall, anyone can have this kind of accident, no matter their age. This is especially true when a person is walking through hazardous conditions like a wet floor or icy sidewalk.

Victim suffers brain injury in car accident

Americans are so accustomed to driving around from place to place in their cars that they can easily forget just how dangerous that driving can be. Car accidents are often a result of a negligent driver. Whether a driver is distracted, driving too fast or failing to obey traffic signs and signals, negligence behind the wheel of an automobile can be deadly. In addition, cars themselves can malfunction or cause other problems that lead to serious car accidents.

Victims' families push forward in fatal workplace accident case

When an employer violates state or federal workplace regulations, it endangers the safety of its employees. Thus, if an accident results from the violation, the employer can face fines and penalties from the government. Furthermore, any injured workers may have a legal cause of action against the employer.

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