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Fraternity & Sorority Related Injuries: Who’s Liable?

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Tragedy recently struck on the West Virginia University (WVU) campus at the Sigma Nu fraternity house when a student sustained serious injuries after falling two-stories. Unfortunately, fraternity related injuries and deaths are all too common, and that is especially true … Continue reading

Zantac Recall: Are You at Risk?

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The popular heartburn relief medication, Zantac, is being pulled off drugstore shelves nationwide. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ordered that the over-the-counter medication and its generic form, ranitidine, be recalled due to unacceptable levels of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), a … Continue reading

What is a Demand Letter?

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One important part of the personal injury settlement process is called the demand letter. A demand letter is sent to the insurance carrier or other parties involved in an insurance claim or lawsuit to “demand” appropriate compensation for injuries and … Continue reading

Can I File a Claim if I’m Injured in an Uber?

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When a person is injured in a car accident that was caused by the negligent or careless actions of another person, a personal injury claim enables them to recover compensation for their damages. Many people wonder if they are able … Continue reading

What are the Types of Paralysis?

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When a person suffers from paralysis, it dramatically affects their lives. Paralysis happens in different ways and varies in severity. Victims of paralysis often require long-term or lifelong medical care. This can become a tremendous expense for a victim and … Continue reading

Filing a Claim After Surviving a Car Accident Involving a Police Vehicle

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Injury victims and their family members may be able to file personal injury claims or a wrongful death lawsuit if they are struck by a police car. These cases are much more complicated than regular vehicle accident cases, and you … Continue reading

The Dangers of Returning to Work Early

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Many work injuries prevent a victim from returning to work right away. A doctor may order that they take some time off in order to completely heal. If you are injured at work and have been unable to go to … Continue reading

Death in the Ambulance: When is the EMT at Fault?

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Emergency medical technicians are one of the most critical links in the lifesaving chain when someone is experiencing a medical emergency. EMTs and paramedics have tough jobs, and what they do from the time they get to a patient to … Continue reading

Responding to a Low Settlement Offer

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If you or a loved one are injured in an accident that was caused by the careless or negligent actions of another person, you should be entitled to compensation. This process can become incredibly complex and you may need a … Continue reading

Tony O’Dell to be Included in the 2020 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America

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Tony O’Dell of the Charleston-based law firm, Tiano O’Dell PLLC, will be featured in the 26th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America for his high caliber work. O’Dell now ranks among the top five percent of private practice attorneys … Continue reading

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