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Reasons for Insurance Claim Denials in West Virginia

Posted in Insurance law on November 30, 2020

You may not expect any roadblocks to obtaining insurance benefits for an accident or injury in West Virginia. Filing an insurance claim and following the agent’s directions should lead to a positive outcome. Unfortunately, insurance companies primarily want to save money. This can mean finding any reason to deny an insurance claim. Learn the most… read more

Signs of Truck Driver Fatigue

Posted in Safety Tips,Truck Accidents on November 20, 2020

Every year, trucking accidents injure and kill thousands of victims. Truck driver fatigue is one of the most common causes of trucking accidents in West Virginia. With long hours alone on the road and grueling work schedules, truck driver fatigue is a common problem among long-haul truckers. If you are a victim of truck driver… read more

7 Safety Tips When Driving with a Baby on Board

Posted in Safety Tips,Uncategorized on November 18, 2020

It is not uncommon to worry about the safety of your baby when driving, especially with new parents. However, the inevitable anxiety can quickly interfere with your driving skills. To help make sure your baby is as safe and protected as possible, here are 7 safety tips that will help your drive safely and worry… read more

West Virginia Informed Consent Laws

Posted in Medical Malpractice on November 9, 2020

When you have a health condition, you have the legal right as a patient to give or withhold your consent to undergo treatment. It is your right to carefully weigh all of the treatment options available with a physician before making your decision. If a doctor fails to provide all the information necessary for you… read more

Don’t Wreck Your Case on Social Media

Posted in Personal injury on November 2, 2020

There is one thing you must understand about social media; anything you post is now public record. Almost anyone can use social media for anything, and if you can understand the privacy settings, you can limit the reach, but you can’t stop it if someone is determined to find out more about you.  Here are… read more

What to Do If You Didn’t Get the Insurance Information of the Other Driver at the Car Accident Scene

Posted in Car accident on October 29, 2020

Auto insurance is proof that a driver can afford to pay for the costs of an injured victim’s medical bills and property repairs after causing a crash. In West Virginia, all drivers must carry minimum amounts of liability insurance for bodily injuries, property damages and uninsured/underinsured motorist accidents. If the other driver did not give… read more

7 Reasons Why You Need A Personal Injury Lawyer

Posted in Personal injury on October 27, 2020

For People Who Have Been Injured In Car Accidents, Truck Wrecks, Motorcycle Crashes And Other Types Of Accidents In West Virginia, There Are Often A Few Common Questions: How Will I Pay For My Medical Bills? Am I Entitled To Compensation And If So, How Much? Do I Need A Lawyer To Handle My Case?… read more

What Is Gross Negligence?

Posted in blog on October 1, 2020

Negligence is the primary question personal injury claims ask in West Virginia. Was the defendant negligent, and did this cause the plaintiff’s injuries? To have grounds to file a personal injury lawsuit, the injured party must have proof of the defendant’s fault. There is ordinary negligence and gross negligence. From a legal standpoint, the two… read more

West Virginia Trucking Regulations

Posted in Trucking accident on September 7, 2020

Trucking regulations are what keep the transportation industry safe and sustainable for truckers and surrounding drivers. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is in charge of regulating commercial trucking on a nationwide scale. The FMCSA has hundreds of rules trucking companies and their employees must follow. When companies break these rules, West Virginia trucking… read more

Can I Be Compensated If I Was Partly at Fault for My Car Accident?

Posted in Car accident,Personal injury on August 26, 2020

Many car accidents are not as simple as one driver being 100% at fault for the crash. The average crash could involve the shared fault of two or more drivers, as well as third parties such as employers or vehicle owners. You are not alone if you believe you were partly at fault for your… read more