Can I file a lawsuit over a workplace injury?

If you are injured at work, you may be eligible for Workers’ Compensation benefits which provides for lost wages, medical benefits, and, in some cases, disability benefits. While the workers’ compensation program is designed to protect injured workers, it also protects employers from personal injury lawsuits. This is because neither the employer...
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What you Need to Know About Bike Accidents

When a car and a bicyclist collide, the results are often devastating. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that 840 bicyclists were killed in motor vehicle crashes in 2016 alone. The roads are all too often unsafe for bike riders which are unfortunate considering bicyclists are supposed to have the...
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In Focus: Distracted Driving in West Virginia

Distracted driving has become a dangerous habit across the United States. People remain tied to their phones and electronic devices even when behind the wheel and it is putting everyone else on the road at risk. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) reported 3,477 fatalities caused by distracted driving...
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West Virginia Personal Injury Attorney

The National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) data shows that rear-end collisions account for over 30 percent of all car accidents. Many are caused by dangerous driving behaviors such as tailgating or texting while driving. Most happen at low speed, but can still cause significant injuries. With rear-end collisions fault is usually clear,...
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Who is at fault in a pedestrian accident?

West Virginia Pedestrian Accident Attorney Pedestrian accidents involve some of the most serious injuries. The National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) estimates that close to five thousand pedestrians are killed by motor vehicles each year. In addition to these fatalities, NHTSA estimates that more than 75,000 pedestrians are injured by motor vehicles each...
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