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April 2016 Archives

Mental challenges often follow a spinal cord injury

When people think of spinal cord injuries, they likely conjure up images of the physical problems, like paralysis, that can result from such an injury. To be sure, a spinal cord injury can have severe physical consequences. At the same time, many people who suffer a spinal cord injury must also deal with emotional and mental problems.

West Virginia couple brings premises liability injury claim

Premises liability law seeks to compensate victims who have been injured by unsafe or dangerous property conditions. A West Virginia couple recently brought a lawsuit against a discount grocery store, asserting that the wife of the couple suffered injuries while shopping there. The claim brought by the couple's lawsuit alleges premises liability and negligence. The woman suffered a fall while shopping in the store and claims she fell because the store failed to make the premises safe for customers.

Proving your case after a car accident

Motor vehicle accidents tend to happen suddenly and unexpectedly. In the immediate aftermath of a car accident, those involved may be in some degree of shock and unsure what to do next. It may be difficult to articulate exactly how the accident unfolded. When a West Virginia resident is injured in an accident it is important that they figure out who might have been legally responsible for the accident.

Man alleges serious injury from fall at W. Va. State University

Dangerous property conditions can manifest themselves in a variety of ways. While slippery flooring and inadequate lighting are two of the more common hazards, many other dangers can result in a person suffering an injury while on someone else's property.

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