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January 2019 Archives

Motor vehicle accidents: Rear-end crash injures 4

In some cases, a rear-end collision may cause little more than minor damage to each vehicle and put everyone involved slightly behind schedule for the day. However, sometimes, similar motor vehicle accidents can be more dangerous in nature, and they could leave those involved in the hospital with serious injuries. Four individuals were transported to a medical facility following a recent rear-end accident in West Virginia.

Motor vehicle accidents involving impairment may prove deadly

One person was injured and another was killed in a recent accident involving a suspected drunk driver in West Virginia. Impairment can affect a person's ability to drive in a variety of ways. The presence of such negligence increases the risks motor vehicle accidents will occur substantially, and the fallout of similar incidents can have catastrophic consequences for all parties involved.

Motor vehicle accidents: Rage-fueled crash injures 3

Road rage is a major concern for many individuals, as anger can make a drivers do things he or she might otherwise think inconceivable. While in many cases, incidents of road rage may simply involve harsh words or derogatory hand signals, sometimes such behavior could lead to dangerous motor vehicle accidents. A recent rage-fueled crash in West Virginia has injured three individuals and left another facing criminal charges.

Coal mine accidents: 1 dies after being pinned between 2 objects

Coal miners in West Virginia and elsewhere may face a variety of potential hazards every day. In some cases, miners may work alone without anyone else nearby, and when coal mine accidents occur, they may be left without aid for extended periods, and the results of such an incident can be disastrous. A man has died in a recent mining accident that took place in another state.

Motor vehicle accidents: Crash involving garbage truck kills 1

A 35-year-old man has died in a recent accident involving a garbage truck in West Virginia. Due to the substantial increases in size and weight, motor vehicle accidents involving similar vehicles run a higher risk of turning dangerous, or even fatal. Losing a loved one in a collision can be a traumatic experience, and such an incident could leave surviving family members in search of guidance on their options for pursuing legal recourse.

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