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Can Doctors Legally Lie to Patients?

Patients trust in the words and recommendations of their doctors. After all, patients seek medical attention for injuries and illnesses because they believe the medical professionals will give them honest opinions and prescribe treatments that will be in their best … Continue reading

What to Expect Physically After a Car Accident

While car insurance and medical billing companies contact you about the future of your claim and financial situation, something more pressing may consume your attention: the physical pain and suffering you’re experiencing after your car accident. Surviving the gravitational forces … Continue reading

Is West Virginia a No Fault State?

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Every state in the U.S. follows fault-based insurance laws, no-fault insurance laws, or a combination of the two. Most states, including West Virginia, abide by fault laws. Only 12 states have no-fault insurance statutes in place. As drivers in a … Continue reading

Can Brain Injury Cause ADHD?

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Brain injuries can occur in many different accidents, from car crashes to drowning. If you sustained a brain injury caused by the negligence of another party, be sure to learn your legal options by speaking with a West Virginia brain … Continue reading

What Are Punitive Damages in a Lawsuit?

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When you discuss the types of damages potentially available in a personal injury lawsuit with your injury attorney in West Virginia, you’ll hear the following two categories: compensatory and punitive. Compensatory damages reimburse plaintiffs, or injured parties, for everything they … Continue reading

Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident Changing Lanes?

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Lane changes can be dangerous, and if you recently suffered an injury from an accident that occurred while changing lanes, you may wonder who is liable and a skilled West Virginia car accident lawyer can help. Ultimately, the driver changing … Continue reading

Can I Sue My Dentist for Bad Work?

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If you underwent a dental procedure and required corrective dental work to repair damage from an incompetently performed procedure, then you have every right to file a claim against the first dentist. However, your success with such a claim hinges … Continue reading

Can You Sue Kaiser Permanente?

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Kaiser Permanente is a managed health care organization or HMO. It offers patients care at Kaiser-owned-and-operated facilities and hospitals with membership but accepting a Kaiser Permanente membership means agreeing to its terms of service. Kaiser Permanente members sign away their … Continue reading

What Are the Chances of Winning a Medical Malpractice Suit?

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A medical malpractice claim, in many ways, functions like a personal injury claim against a medical professional, such as a doctor, nurse, surgeon, or anesthesiologist. While the process of filing and pursuing a medical malpractice claim may seem straightforward at … Continue reading

Can You Sue a Doctor for Pain and Suffering?

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If you recently suffered an injury due to medical negligence, you may wonder what type of compensation you can expect from your injury if you pursue a medical malpractice claim. Plaintiffs in medical malpractice lawsuits generally receive economic and non-economic … Continue reading

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