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Who is More Distracted: iPhone Users or Android Users?

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Do you prefer to use an iPhone or a phone that uses the Android operating system? This is an ongoing debate that you have most likely engaged in with others. In fact, very rarely do you ever meet somebody willing … Continue reading

What are the 4 D’s of Medical Malpractice?

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Medical mistakes can lead to significant injuries or illnesses for patients. Unfortunately, we know the medical mistakes are more common than most people realize in this country. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University said a few years back that medical errors … Continue reading

Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Myths

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Medical mistakes can be devastating for victims. Unfortunately, medical errors are more common than most people realize in the US. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University have said that medical mistakes are now the third leading cause of death in this … Continue reading

Can You Multitask While Driving?

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In our lives, we have been told that multitasking is important. In general, people are encouraged to multitask, particularly when they are trying to get work done. However, multitasking while driving can lead to devastating accidents. Yes, when a person … Continue reading

COVID-19 and Nursing Home Negligence – Is There a Connection?

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It’s reported that roughly one in ten Americans over the age of sixty have experienced some form of elder abuse. A common form of elder abuse is nursing home negligence, which is described as the refusal or failure of a … Continue reading

4 Tips to Play it Safe on Spring Break

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As the temperatures heat up and weather conditions become clear, West Virginians are seeking out spring break vacation opportunities to soak up the sun. State park campsites are reopening, COVID-19 restrictions have lessened in many states, and folks are more … Continue reading

Swimming Pool Liability in West Virginia

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Swimming pools present wonderful opportunities for both children and adults to have fun, particularly when the weather is warm. However, swimming pools also pose significant risks that most people do not think about when splashing into the cool water. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

We’ve Got Practice in Medical Malpractice

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Medical malpractice is defined as when a hospital, doctor, or another healthcare professional, through a negligent act or omission, causes an injury to a patient. According to researchers at Johns Hopkins, 400,000 people die each year in the United States … Continue reading

Is It Illegal to Wear Headphones While Driving in West Virginia?

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Distracted driving is a leading cause of vehicle accidents in and around Charleston, West Virginia. A rising trend causing concern among traffic safety experts is drivers wearing headphones while operating on the roadway. With the advances in wireless headphone technology, … Continue reading

The “Eggshell Skull” Rule in Personal Injury Law

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If you or somebody you care about sustained an injury due to the negligent actions of another party, you should be able to recover compensation. However, aggressive insurance carriers and at-fault parties never want to pay out large settlements and … Continue reading

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