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If you have been injured in a car accident, you may be wondering what recourse you have. In each case, there are certain facts that must be proven, both on how the accident happened and on what injuries you may or may not have. One of the first facts that must be established in a… read more
On June 18, 2014, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals issued its opinion in the case of Manor Care, Inc. v. Douglas. The facts of this case surrounded a woman named Dorthy Douglas, an elderly Alzheimer’s patient who as admitted to a nursing home in September 2009. After a few weeks of being in… read more
The United States Food and Drug Administration has issued a new warning about the potential life-threatening side effects of prescription testosterone treatments. The FDA has informed the manufactures of prescription testosterone treatments for men that a warning needs to be added to the drug label warning patients about a heightened risk of blood clots in… read more
In the summer months, people enjoy traveling to the nearest body of water to boat for recreation. Did you know that in 2013, there were 4,062 boating accidents reported to the National Guard? Of those accidents, 2,620 involved injuries and 560 involved fatalities. The top 3 contributing factors of these accidents were operator inattention, operator… read more