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Can I Recover Compensation for Bed Sores?

Posted in Nursing Homes on February 28, 2023

Bedsores are painful and distressing. Sadly, this type of injury is entirely preventable and occurs in our most vulnerable populations, including the elderly and patients suffering from medical conditions that keep them bedridden. When a patient develops bed sores, it’s a serious sign of neglect and shouldn’t occur in nursing homes and medical facilities with… read more

Medication Errors and Nursing Home Abuse

Posted in Nursing Homes on February 17, 2023

With the aging of the baby boomer generation, the United States has a large and growing population of the elderly, including those living out their final years in nursing home facilities. Because nursing home residents almost always have multiple medical conditions and often a degree of cognitive impairment, dementia, or aphasia, they are extremely vulnerable… read more

Signs of Nursing Home Trust Fund Abuse

Posted in Nursing Homes on February 10, 2023

You may have heard of the rampant neglect and abuse cases that occur in a surprising number of nursing homes. If you have a loved one in a nursing home facility, it’s likely that you are watchful and on the lookout for any signs of harm. But did you know that there’s another type of… read more

West Virginia Motorcycle Laws

Posted in Motorcycle collision on October 31, 2022

Learning the law is a must before you ride a motorcycle in West Virginia. Knowing the rules of the road as they apply specifically to motorcyclists will not only keep you on the right side of the law, but also protect you from potential liability in the event of a collision. The more you know… read more

What Road Hazards Are Unique to Motorcycle Riders?

Posted in Motorcycle collision on October 14, 2022

Road hazards often play a role in motorcycle accidents. Motorcycles are small and lightweight – more easily thrown off balance than passenger vehicles. Hazards that may have little effect on a car can lead to serious and debilitating injuries to a motorcycle rider. Motorcycle riders in West Virginia can help protect themselves from road hazards… read more

Do Motorcycles Need Turn Signals in West Virginia?

Posted in Motorcycle collision on September 30, 2022

Yes. All motorcycles that were manufactured after January 1, 1973, must have operating turn signals. The legal team at the Manchin Injury Law Group is supportive of the bikers in West Virginia, both residents and visitors. We support their right to ride the roads, and we are here when those rights are compromised and when… read more

Speaking With Insurance Adjusters After an Accident

Posted in Car accident on September 29, 2022

If you have suffered injuries and damage to your car from an accident, there will be three important conversations. These conversations will be with: the first responders at the scene your doctor if you need medical attention; and a prospective personal injury lawyer to evaluate your claim. Somewhere between the second and the third conversation… read more

What Types of Cases do Personal Injury Lawyers Handle?

Posted in Personal injury on September 20, 2022

It is the goal of the team of legal professionals at the Manchin Injury Law Group to represent our client’s position with the depth of our resources and to enable the general public to recognize their potential claim for a personal injury action. The purpose of this blog is to educate the public about when… read more

Who Is Responsible for Accidents on HOA Property?

Posted in Personal injury on August 31, 2022

If you suffer an injury on a property that belongs to a homeowner’s association, or HOA, in West Virginia, you may have grounds to file a claim against the HOA for failing to maintain a safe premises. Going up against a homeowner’s association, however, is not easy. Like any other business organization, the HOA will… read more

Who Is Responsible for a Slip & Fall Injury When an HOA is Involved?

Posted in Insurance law,Personal injury on August 30, 2022

Slip and fall accidents are a common cause of serious injuries and emergency room visits in West Virginia each year. If a slip and fall takes place on property that is under the care of a homeowner’s association (HOA), the HOA may face liability for the victim’s injuries and medical bills. If you need to… read more