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August 2014 Archives

Mother files wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of her son

Some jobs involve more danger than others, but nobody in West Virginia goes to work expecting to die while on the job. When this does happen, the family members of the deceased are left to deal with the emotional reality of unexpectedly losing their loved one. People in this awful position usually seek answers to the many questions surrounding their loss.

Car accidents take huge economic toll on W. Virginians

Most people understand that motor vehicles are an important means of transportation but that they come with some risks. However, many West Virginians are probably not aware of the enormous economic costs of motor vehicle accidents.

What causes spinal cord injuries?

Many people across the country are eagerly anticipating the upcoming football season. Both high school and college football are traditions in West Virginia. For many fans, football involves more than just the game on the field. Mascots, marching bands and cheerleaders are also an entertaining component of most high school and college football games.

Fatal building collapse leads to wrongful death filing

When people in West Virginia go to places like grocery stores, restaurants or retail stores, they do not expect that their lives will be endangered. Most of these businesses are in buildings that are safe and do not pose any immediate safety threats. However, when a property owner fails to properly care for the building, hazardous conditions in and around it can lead to serious injuries or even fatalities.

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