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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 2019

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

Best West Virginia Nursing Homes 2018-2019

Posted in Nursing Homes on April 29, 2019

The quality of the nursing home matters to the overall health, safety, and well-being of the residents. Each year, U.S. News and World Report, the self-proclaimed authority on the United States health care rankings, releases a list of the best nursing homes in the country. For 2018-2019, West Virginia is home to eleven of the… read more

What Do Car Insurance Adjusters Look for?

Posted in Car accident,Insurance law on April 15, 2019

After a car accident, you will have multiple conversations with a representative from your insurance company. Most of the conversations will involve an insurance adjuster. However, many people are unaware of the function of an insurance adjuster, and still more are unsure regarding what to say to the adjuster. Before speaking with your insurance company,… read more

What Should You Do After a Minor Car Accident in West Virginia?

Posted in Car accident on April 1, 2019

The moments after a car accident in West Virginia can be confusing, stressful, and even full of panic. You likely just experienced a physically jarring experience that caused damage to one of the most valuable possessions you own. It can be difficult to determine what actions you should take after a minor car accident. Minor… read more

Who Is at Fault in a Left-Hand Turn Accident?

Posted in Car accident,Car collision on March 29, 2019

After a car accident involving a driver making a left turn, most people tend to assume the driver making the left turn is always at fault. However, determining fault in a car accident is complex and often not straightforward. This discussion of left-hand turn accidents will outline some instances in which the turning driver bears… read more

Opioid Makers Face Lawsuits in 2019

Posted in Dangerous Drugs on March 15, 2019

Scientists intended prescription pain medications containing opioids to help patients reduce pain levels after accidents, surgeries, and debilitating diseases. Opioids achieve this purpose, perhaps too well. Opioids are highly addictive, leading to what many experts refer to as the current opioid epidemic in the United States. What Led to Opioid Problems? Patients prescribed with opioids… read more