Many companies across the country use tractor-trailers to transport materials from place to place. These particular vehicles have numerous capabilities, from the ability to carry heavy loads to the possible capacity of storing and transporting frozen goods. However, there is a possible downside to the size of similar vehicles, with collisions involving a semi often ending in catastrophe. An accident in West Virginia under similar circumstances recently led to the apparent wrongful death of four individuals in a minivan.
Scheduled maintenance for company vehicles can be crucial in avoiding safety issues. Larger vehicles that carry heavy loads can be hard on brakes, and they usually require frequent attention. A man died in a recent accident in West Virginia when he was run over by his truck after the emergency brake failed. If the company is found to be negligent in the maintenance of the truck, a wrongful death claim may be filed by the victim's family.
Television commercials for senior living and care make those types of places look like the perfect home for an aging parent or grandparent. However, the experience one West Virginia woman had was not so idyllic, according to her daughter, who has filed a wrongful death lawsuit after the woman's death. The claim is against several people and corporations involved in the mother's care over the last few years of her life.
A misdiagnosis among medical professionals happens way too often, leaving patients with permanent adverse health conditions or even leading to death. If a death occurs because of carelessness on the part of doctors, a wrongful death lawsuit may be appropriate. One woman filed such a claim against a West Virginia doctor, the hospital in which he practiced as well as the ambulatory service that transported her husband before he died.
A serious crash in Jefferson County left two people dead in the early morning of Oct. 23, according to state police. West Virginia authorities responded to the fatal crash around 2:35 a.m. on W. Va. 51. The driver believed responsible for the crash was among those killed, so no criminal charges will be forthcoming. However, a wrongful death lawsuit may yet be on the horizon against the driver's estate.
When a loved one is killed due to the negligent or reckless actions of another person, West Virginia family members are left with an immense sense of loss and a significant financial burden. If this has happened in your family, you do not have to face the aftermath alone. We know the legal and financial challenges you are facing, and we can help by pursuing wrongful death compensation on your behalf.
When a loved one is killed due to the negligent or reckless actions of another person or party, it can be devastating and overwhelming for those left behind. An unexpected death can change a family forever, and the financial effects can linger for years. From medical bills to the loss of income, a wrongful death is more than just an emotional and physical loss -- it is a financial loss as well.
Anton Yelchin, an actor known for his role in the Star Trek series, was found dead at his Hollywood home pinned between his Jeep Grand Cherokee and his fence. It is believed that the car continued rolling after the actor got out of the vehicle, subsequently resulting in this tragic accident. West Virginia readers may know that this particular vehicle model is currently under recall for a defect, and the circumstances could be grounds for a wrongful death claim.
Morgantown, West Virginia, is mourning the loss of a local fireman after a fatal accident claimed his life. The man was involved in a collision on Route 119, and police have determine that his vehicle was struck by a Ford F-350. Based on the details known at this time about the accident, it is possible the family has grounds to pursue compensation through a wrongful death claim.
A tragic accident in West Virginia involving a motorcycle and a car reminds readers of the potentially deadly consequences that these types of accidents. The deceased was a 19-year-old man, and the driver of the vehicle was only 16. Despite the young age of the driver, the family of the deceased may still have grounds for a wrongful death claim.