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How to Request a Car Accident Report

Posted in Car accident on July 29, 2019

A car accident report is an official law enforcement document recounting the details of your crash. In West Virginia, the law requires you to report a car accident if it causes $1,000 or more in damages, personal injuries or deaths. When you report a crash to 911, one or more officers will visit the scene,… read more

West Virginia Gun Laws (2019)

Posted in Safety Tips on July 22, 2019

The right to bear arms comes with rules, regulations and limitations according to federal and state laws. Each state has unique firearm laws governing how, when and why a citizen may own this type of weapon. It is extremely important to understand West Virginia’s current gun laws if you wish to carry in the state…. read more

Lost Wages After Car Accident

Posted in Car accident on July 15, 2019

If you work with an attorney during a car accident claim in West Virginia, he or she will most likely bring up the topic of lost wages. Lost wages are a category of economic damages many crash victims have the right to seek during an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit. Ignoring the topic of… read more

West Virginia Cell Phone Laws

Posted in Car accident,Distracted driving on July 9, 2019

Cell phones evolved from being convenient methods of communication to holding our whole lives in a single device. Schedules, pictures, social media, internet, schoolwork – all are accessible through what we now call smartphones. With all of the features that smartphones tote, it isn’t hard to see that they could pose a huge distraction. This… read more

Moped Laws in West Virginia

Posted in Personal injury on July 9, 2019

Exploring different modes of transit is an exciting process that even young West Virginians can take part in, as their older compatriots search for the perfect vessel. With so many different modes of transport, trying to find the option that works best for you comes with researching not only the pros and cons of each… read more

Fireworks Safety in West Virginia

Posted in Safety Tips on June 30, 2019

Watching fireworks on Independence Day is almost an American rite of passage. It comes with a day of pure celebration and joy, often fostering heartwarming feelings of patriotism and familism amongst those who witness fireworks displays together. Though fireworks are beautiful spectacles that West Virginian residents both young and old can enjoy, the state also… read more

Summer Safety Tips

Posted in Safety Tips on June 10, 2019

Summer is quickly approaching, and for many it will be a time to take advantage of the warm weather with friends and family by cooking out and enjoying each other’s company. However, many favorite summer activities can entail a fair amount of risk of injury. Do not let a day at the pool or a… read more

West Virginia ATV Laws

Posted in ATV accidents,Safety Tips on June 10, 2019

All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are very popular in West Virginia and throughout the U.S. ATV owners who enjoy taking these vehicles off-road should know that as motor vehicles, ATVs are subject to state laws, and West Virginia has several laws that apply to ATV use in the state. If you own an ATV or plan to… read more

West Virginia Helmet Laws

Posted in Safety Tips on June 10, 2019

Every state enforces unique laws pertaining to bicycle and motorcycle helmets as well as helmet use while operating other vehicles, like motorized bikes, mopeds, and electric scooters. West Virginia residents should know these laws to avoid fines and to maintain maximum possible safety while riding wheeled vehicles in West Virginia. Bicycle Helmet Laws in West… read more

Charleston Car Accident Statistics

Posted in Car accident,News on May 14, 2019

In recent years, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported an increase in total traffic fatalities in the state of West Virginia. In 2016, there were 269 fatalities, up from 268 in 2015. In 2017, there was a total of 303 of traffic fatalities. West Virginia saw nearly a 12.64% increase in traffic fatalities… read more