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OSHA Cites the Most Common Violations in 2021

OSHA Cites the Most Common Violations in 2021

Federal law authorizes the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to enforce workplace safety standards to ensure that working men and women have safe workplaces. OSHA conducts on-site inspections of worksites to enforce federal laws that are intended to prevent workplace...

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Seatbelt Laws in West Virginia

Seatbelt Laws in West Virginia

West Virginia adopted its seatbelt law in 1983. Under this law, the driver and any occupant younger than 18 years old must wear a seatbelt in a vehicle designed for 15 or fewer passengers. There are exceptions for Postal Service...

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Eating and Drinking While Driving in West Virginia

Eating and Drinking While Driving in West Virginia

If you live or travel in West Virginia, you probably know that state law prohibits texting or using handheld phones while driving. But do you know whether the state’s distracted driving laws prohibit eating behind the wheel, too? No, it’s...

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Can You Still Make A Car Accident Injury Claim If You Weren’t Wearing A Seat Belt?

Can You Still Make A Car Accident Injury Claim If You Weren’t Wearing A Seat Belt?

If you were injured in a car accident in West Virginia, you could be entitled to file a claim against the driver who caused the accident. A successful claim could provide you with compensation for losses like medical expenses, lost...

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How Social Media Can Hurt Your Personal Injury Claim

How Social Media Can Hurt Your Personal Injury Claim

Social media has become so much a part of our lives that many people are comfortable sharing personal information and photographs on the internet. When it comes to personal injury cases, your social media posts and online updates can come...

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How to Obtain an Accident Report in West Virginia

How to Obtain an Accident Report in West Virginia

If you are ever in a car accident, you should immediately report it to the police if you are able to do so. When police respond to a car accident, they conduct a preliminary investigation and file a report that...

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Street Lighting and Car Accidents

Street Lighting and Car Accidents

Street lighting plays a critical role in helping prevent car accidents, even if it’s something most drivers don’t usually think about. Without adequate lighting, it’s much more difficult for drivers to see potential hazards on the road, road signs, other...

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How Hard Is It to Prove Medical Malpractice?

How Hard Is It to Prove Medical Malpractice?

Many doctors in West Virginia provide attentive care to their patients. But even good doctors can make mistakes such as failing to order the proper diagnostic tests and as a result cause preventable harm to a patient. Sometimes, doctors commit...

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Six Questions to Ask When Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer

Six Questions to Ask When Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer

Serious accidents disrupt lives and give rise to many questions. You may wonder how you’ll pay your medical bills if you are injured and out of work after a car wreck or other accident. You may have questions about whether...

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West Virginia Negligence Guide for 2022

West Virginia Negligence Guide for 2022

If you have been injured in an accident in West Virginia, it’s important to familiarize yourself with West Virginia’s negligence laws to understand your legal options for recovering compensation for the losses you have incurred. An experienced personal injury attorney...

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