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February 2017 Archives

Response time crucial for coal mine accidents in West Virginia

Certain professions are considered to be more hazardous than others, often requiring strict safety protocols to reduce the chance of a workplace injury. For companies in West Virginia, properly training employees in these procedures is imperative, especially for coal miners. Unfortunately, coal mine accidents still occur, often resulting in serious injury to anyone involved. A miner suffered several broken bones in a recent accident in another state.

Motor vehicle accidents on interstates can end in serious injury

When an accident occurs on an interstate, the results are often catastrophic. With many drivers traveling at high rates of speed, motor vehicle accidents of this nature can end in serious injury to anyone involved. Even if a person is aware of surroundings, reacting to a fast moving car can be difficult. Eight people were injured in a recent collision on Interstate 81 in West Virginia.

First death of the year re coal mine accidents in West Virginia

Coal mining was once known as one of the more dangerous career choices a person could make. Companies in West Virginia have taken steps to reduce the risk of coal mine accidents, with injury reports in the last year being the lowest ever. Even with extra safety procedures in place, injuries may still occur. A recent accident in a neighboring state resulted in the death of a 43-year-old man.

Negligent driver leads to personal injury in West Virginia

Many car accidents occur as a result of one driver's failure to obey a traffic light. With so many people in a hurry to reach their destinations, this has become a common occurrence. While many of these traffic violations are uneventful, there is always the potential for disaster. If someone in West Virginia is hurt in a collision involving a negligent driver, a personal injury claim may be filed against the party believed to have been at fault.

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