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February 2016 Archives

Study shows benefit of rehabilitation after spinal cord injury

When a West Virginia resident is involved in an accident and suffers a spinal cord injury, they may have to deal with the effects of that injury for the rest of their life. Regardless of whether a spinal cord injury results from a car accident, workplace accident or during some kind of physical activity, the injury can have a major impact on how that person lives their daily life.

How common are drunk driving accidents in West Virginia?

All drivers in Charleston should be aware that consuming alcohol and then getting behind the wheel of a motor vehicle is not a good mix. Although most people learn about the dangers of drunk driving before even getting a license, some drivers fail to adhere to West Virginia law when it comes to drinking and driving. Hence, it is not uncommon for news stories to cover car accidents involving drunk driving, but just how big of a problem is drinking and driving?

Electricity can cause a dangerous property condition

For most people in West Virginia, electricity plays an integral role in everyday life. In addition to the obvious importance of electric light, electricity powers people's refrigerators, computers, and now even some cars. Modern society could not function as it does without electricity. But electricity also comes with one major drawback: it can be very dangerous.

Who can file a wrongful death claim in West Virginia?

Accidents of one type or another happen every day in and around Charleston. Nobody is perfect, and accidents are a part of life. For many people, an accident might amount to something relatively harmless, like a minor slip-and-fall that causes no injuries. In other cases, however, an accident can result in serious injuries and death.

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