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Protecting Yourself from Recalled Products

Posted in blog,Injuries on January 10, 2022

A product recall is the process of retrieving and replacing defective goods for consumers. When a company issues a recall, the manufacturer absorbs the cost of replacing/fixing defective products and is responsible for reimbursing affected consumers. Some recalls ban the sale of an item and instruct you to throw away the product. Other recalls may… read more

What Are the Most Dangerous Types of Dogs?

Posted in Injuries on January 7, 2022

There is a great deal of debate over the most dangerous types of dogs – and even what constitutes a dangerous dog. According to dog bite injury data collected by DogsBite.org, certain dog breeds consistently outnumber others in terms of serious and fatal injuries inflicted on dog bite injury victims in the U.S. Their most… read more

West Virginia Crosswalk Laws

Posted in Safety Tips on December 27, 2021

While pedestrians have significant rights throughout West Virginia, crosswalks are provided to give pedestrians safe locations to cross the road. All drivers have a responsibility to know and obey West Virginia’s crosswalk laws and pedestrian rights-of-way. Use this outline of the state’s crosswalk laws to learn more about your rights and responsibilities as a driver… read more

Put a Freeze on Holiday Fires

Posted in blog,Safety Tips on December 20, 2021

The winter holidays are a wonderful time for family get-togethers and celebrations. Unfortunately, this is also the time when fire departments nationwide see a significant increase in preventable home fires. From holiday candles to Christmas trees, dangling garlands and fireplaces, seasonal decor can often be hazardous if not properly put up with care. By taking… read more

Infant Formulas Linked to NEC

Posted in Defective Products on December 15, 2021

Medical professionals often introduce formula to infants born prematurely to maintain proper growth rates and decrease developmental delays. Recent studies indicate that cow’s milk-based formulas, such as Enfamil and Similac, have been linked to premature infants developing a serious, life-threatening disease called necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). Unfortunately, the manufacturers of these formulas have yet to issue… read more

Trucking Accident – Who’s at Fault?

Posted in blog,Car accident,Car collision,Personal injury,Truck Accidents,Trucking accident on December 10, 2021

West Virginia has 549 miles of interstate and 37,277 miles of public roads. Commercial truck drivers from all over the country use these roads. Unfortunately, every year approximately 5,000 trucks are involved in fatal collisions.  Over half of West Virginia’s truck collisions involve carriers who operate out of state, so filing an accident claim becomes… read more

Emergency Preparedness for Children

Posted in blog,Safety Tips on December 8, 2021

Emergencies often happen quickly and without warning. Though it is impossible to predict an emergency, you can always be prepared. Teaching your children their role in an emergency plan will help prepare them mentally and physically. As we move into the winter months, it is the perfect time to discuss emergency plans and fire safety…. read more

Is it Safe to Ride a Motorcycle in the Winter?

Posted in blog,Injuries,Motorcycle collision,Personal injury,Safety Tips,Uncategorized on December 1, 2021

While many motorcyclists enjoy riding during the spring, summer, and fall months, others prefer to continue riding throughout the winter. It is no surprise that the weather in West Virginia can be very unpredictable, especially during the winter, so it is imperative to take the necessary precautions to keep yourself and other drivers safe. Winter… read more

Aggressive Drivers Can be Extremely Dangerous

Posted in Car accident,Car collision,Distracted driving,Injuries,Uncategorized on November 29, 2021

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), aggressive driving is when “an individual commits a combination of moving traffic offenses to endanger other persons or property.” Any unsafe driving behavior, performed deliberately and with ill intention or disregard for safety, can constitute aggressive driving. Examples of aggressive driving behaviors include: Speeding in heavy… read more

How to Stay Safe While Hunting

Posted in blog,Safety Tips on November 18, 2021

With hunting season in full swing, the woods in West Virginia are full of anxious hunters waiting for their perfect opportunity.  While this is an exciting time for outdoor enthusiasts, it is imperative that safety be our highest priority.  Similar to other outdoor activities, there is a risk for injury and even death while hunting. … read more