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Safety Tips for Long Distance Night Driving

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Driving at night poses many safety hazards. While most people do not prefer driving in the dark, there are times when it is unavoidable. Long-distance nighttime driving can be particularly hazardous. Is Night Driving Really More Dangerous Than Daytime Driving? … Continue reading

How is Fault Determined in Accidents Involving Company Vehicles?

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There are plenty of vehicles on the roadway, and many of them are commercial vehicles. This means that they belong to companies, not individuals. Many people think buses and semi-trucks are the only types of commercial vehicles on the roadway. … Continue reading

Insights and Tips from December 2019 Uber Safety Report

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For the first time, rideshare giant Uber has released a comprehensive study of passenger safety. While rideshare services offer many benefits to the public, there are safety concerns that need to be discussed in depth. Uber Safety Concerns (Car Accidents, … Continue reading

When Is The State Liable For A Crash Due To Unsafe Road Conditions?

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The majority of car accidents are caused by the careless or negligent actions of another driver. However, there are times when unsafe road conditions cause serious accidents. It is not uncommon for a car accident to be caused by potholes, … Continue reading

What Are Non-Economic Damages In A Personal Injury Case?

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If a victim in a personal injury case can prove the defendant’s liability, there are two main types of compensation they can recover – economic and non-economic damages. Most people know about and understand economic damages in these cases. These … Continue reading

Teen Driving Laws In West Virginia

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Driving is a big responsibility, which is why it is so important for teenagers to learn the laws of the roadway over extended periods of time. No state simply issues a teenager a driver’s license. In West Virginia, those between … Continue reading

Is It Dangerous To Eat And Drive?

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Most people understand that distracted driving is dangerous driving. More and more, we hear of serious car accidents happening due to drivers that are distracted for one reason or another. Many people only think of electronic devices such as cell … Continue reading

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

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