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West Virginia Nursing Home Arbitration Agreement Signed by Daughter Found Valid

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

A recent opinion from the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals could affect the ability of many nursing home residents around the country to sue for abuse, neglect, negligence, or for any other reason.  Read on to learn about the case and contact an experienced West Virginia nursing home abuse lawyer with any additional… Read More »

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West Virginia Crash Caused by Construction Company With History of Crashes, Violations

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

A water tanker truck recently caused a multiple-vehicle crash leading to the deaths of two Harrison County locals.  According to a report by The Exponent Telegram, the company operating the truck has been involved in a series of accidents since at least November.  Continue reading to learn about the accidents, and contact our experienced… Read More »

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Federal Court Finds Medicare Beneficiary’s Estate Has Standing to Sue Under Medicare Secondary Payer Act

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

Plaintiffs in medical malpractice lawsuits won a recent victory in the federal appellate court that covers West Virginia.  Continue reading to learn about how you can sue for late payments and reimbursements to Medicare under the Medicare Secondary Payer Act and contact an experienced medical malpractice attorney with any questions. Plaintiff wins medical malpractice… Read More »

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Drunk Driver Causes Multiple-Vehicle Crash on I-81

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

A South Carolina man was arrested this week after causing a multiple-vehicle accident on Interstate 81 in West Virginia.  Read on for more about the accident and drunk driving in West Virginia, and contact an experienced car accident lawyer if you are injured in an accident. Drunk driver crashes heading the wrong direction on… Read More »

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Roadway Deaths Related to Speeding Equal to Those Caused by Drunk Driving, Study Shows

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

There are many driving behaviors that can have catastrophic consequences not only for the dangerous drivers themselves, but also for the innocent people with whom they share the road. While some reckless driving behaviors are rightly viewed with social disapproval for being dangerous, others that are equivalently unsafe are given a pass. One example… Read More »

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Deadlines and Damage Caps for West Virginia Medical Malpractice Cases

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

For anyone injured due to medical malpractice in West Virginia, there are several deadlines to keep in mind to avoid missing out on damages rightfully owed.  Read on to learn about these deadlines and other medical malpractice laws specific to West Virginia, and contact a knowledgeable West Virginia medical malpractice attorney if you have… Read More »

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Governor Justice Takes Additional Steps to Ensure Safety in Construction Zones Following Wrecks

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

A recent multiple-vehicle car accident led to the death of a motorist on Interstate 64, the latest in a series of fatal traffic accidents occurring in or near construction zones along the Interstate between Putnam and Cabell counties.  Read on to learn about the accident and Governor Justice’s response, and contact an experienced West… Read More »

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Study Finds Phone Use Behind the Wheel Has Only Increased

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

More and more states are imposing increasingly-strict laws on behind-the-wheel phone use, and many experts argue convincingly that the increase in roadway deaths in recent years is due to inappropriate mobile phone use. Despite these facts, a recent study shows that mobile phone use behind the wheel has only become more common. Read on… Read More »

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Study Uncovers Rate of Drowsy Driving Crashes Higher than Previously Thought

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

Safety researchers have conducted extensive research on the dangers of distractions from smartphones, as well as the lethal mix of intoxicating substances and driving. More and more, these researchers have turned their focus to the subject of the effects of sleep deprivation on driving abilities, and their findings have been troubling. A new study… Read More »

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Senate Considers Requiring Greater Safety Measures on Big Rigs

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

Tractor-trailers, semis, and other large commercial trucks are bigger, heavier, and taller than just about any other vehicle on the road. These machines can do serious damage to smaller passenger vehicles when accidents occur. This makes it critical that truck manufacturers and carrier companies take all possible practical measures to make these mammoth vehicles… Read More »

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