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What Are Common Defenses in Personal Injury Cases?

Posted in Personal injury on October 17, 2018

As a personal injury plaintiff in West Virginia, it’s wise to prepare for potential defenses the other party may use to escape liability. Learning the most common defenses in personal injury cases can help you craft a response strategy that will limit your own liability and maximize results. Working with an experienced West Virginia accident… read more

6 Fire Prevention Tips You Need to Know

Posted in Safety Tips on October 8, 2018

In honor for Fire Prevention Week, the West Virginia personal injury attorneys at Manchin Injury Law Group want to remind the community preventing a fire often takes just a few simple steps and precautions. The more you know about fire prevention in your home, the safer you can keep your family and property. Autumn and winter come… read more

Airbnb Liability

Posted in Uncategorized on September 27, 2018

Airbnb has become an extremely popular alternative to traditional hotels, motels, and hostels all over the world. While Airbnb offers travelers convenient and affordable alternatives to more traditional lodging, it also allows homeowners to make extra income by renting out their properties. While this seems like a fantastic new business model, there are many areas… read more

Assisted Living

Posted in Nursing Homes on September 10, 2018

National Assisted Living Week takes place from September 9 – September 15th. This week was established in 1995 to provide an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the role of assisted living care provides in the United States. Use this week as a time to visit your loved ones and reflect on memories of their past… read more

National Preparedness Month

Posted in Safety Tips on September 5, 2018

National preparedness awareness month occurs during the month of September. We are in the middle of hurricane season and although West Virginia isn’t typically affected by hurricanes, we are still able to experience heavy rainfall, mudslides, and other natural disasters. If you and your family has not taken the time to plan for a disaster,… read more

Drugged Driving in West Virginia

Posted in Car accident,Dangerous Drugs on August 30, 2018

Drugged driving is a serious and deadly problem. In 2016, an estimated 11.8 million people drove while under the influence of illicit substances. The most common drugs in drivers’ systems involved in accidents are marijuana and prescription drugs, specifically painkillers. The role THC (the mind-altering ingredient in marijuana) plays is unclear, because it can remain… read more

Getting to School Safely

Posted in Safety Tips on August 24, 2018

With local students starting the school year this week, drivers need to be more aware when traveling in and around school zones. Family life and schedules can get hectic around the start of the school year. One way to keep your children safe is to discuss getting to and from school safely in different situations…. read more

New Year, New Bus Policies

Posted in Safety Tips on August 22, 2018

A new statewide policy adopted by the West Virginia Board of Education requires parents of students from kindergarten to third grade be present at the bus stop for school pick-up and drop-off. Board Policy 4336 was updated for the 2018-19 school year that extends the policy from kindergarten and first grade students to including second… read more

3 Tips to Avoid a Summer Vacation Accident

Posted in Safety Tips on August 20, 2018

Summer vacation should be a time for exploring new frontiers, spending time with family, and relaxing in your favorite getaway spots. It shouldn’t be spent in an emergency room. Yet every summer, thousands of people must go to hospitals and spend the rest of the sunny days recuperating from serious personal injuries. Keep yourself and… read more

First Responder for July – Chief Raymond Knight

Posted in First Responder of the Month on August 16, 2018

This month, we chose Chief Raymond Knight with the Boothsville Fire Department as the first responder for the month of July. Here’s more with WDTV: BOOTHSVILLE, W.Va. (WDTV) — Through the ups and downs, Chief Raymond Knight has been one of the first on the scene of an emergency. Whether it’s Harrison, Marion, or Taylor County, Knight… read more