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June 2015 Archives

Personal injury claims after dog bites or attacks

If you were attacked by a vicious dog or your child was bitten, you have certain rights as a victim. You may have valid grounds for a personal injury claim, and you could be owed compensation for your pain and suffering. West Virginia dog bite victims should be careful to fully understand all legal options and where to turn for support after an animal attack. 

Reducing numbers of personal injury claims related to malpractice

West Virginia readers know that medical malpractice or hospital errors can have grave consequences. Patients can suffer needlessly from a mistake that could have easily been prevented with more vigilance and less distraction. Experts in the medical field have noted the high numbers of personal injury claims related to medical errors and have identified practices that could reduce these numbers overall. 

New laws adopted to prevent future coal mine accidents

West Virginia authorities have adopted new laws in order to protect the safety of those who work in the many mines throughout the state. This new rule pertains to how equipment is moved within underground mines and is hoped will prevent future coal mine accidents. Many of the risks faced by miners are actually related to how heavy equipment and machinery is used. 

Should you file a personal injury claim? Know your rights.

If you have been harmed as a result of the reckless, dangerous or negligent actions of another person, it is not your fault. Many West Virginia residents fail to take action after a personal injury incident, believing that they do not have grounds for a civil claim. When a defective product, negligent doctor or reckless driver causes harm, it is important to know your rights as a victim. 

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