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When Can You Sue For Negligence in a Car Accident?

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

If you’ve been hit by a negligent or reckless driver, you might have a claim for damages. In order to recover compensation for your medical bills, property damage, pain and suffering, and other harm, you’ll need to file a claim against the other driver—either through their auto insurance company or against the driver directly…. Read More »

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How Fault Is Determined in an Accident Involving a Company/Commercial Vehicle

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After a car accident, it’s important to determine who was at fault. If you’ve been injured, you need to establish who can be held responsible and whose insurance coverage will pay for your medical bills and other damages. When the responsible party is a company, rather than an individual, you may be eligible for… Read More »

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8 Important Questions to Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

If you’re in need of a personal injury lawyer to represent you, don’t just go with the first one that you come across. Finding the right attorney can be the difference between a fair and dismal settlement. Here are eight questions to ask potential personal injury lawyers in order to find one who can… Read More »

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Returning to Work After a Car Accident: What to Know

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

It’s understandable to be anxious about returning to work after a car accident. For some, experiencing a major injury can leave you concerned about whether or not you will be able to perform your job duties. Others might still be riding on adrenaline that pushes them to return to work sooner than they should…. Read More »

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What Are the E-Scooter and E-Bike Laws in West Virginia?

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

E-bikes and e-scooters have made their mark across urban areas all over the nation. What once seemed to be a passing trend appears to be a mode of transportation that is here to stay. E-bikes and e-scooters offer some undeniable advantages as they are rather eco-friendly, affordable to operate, and relatively easy to use…. Read More »

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What Are the Causes of Construction Accidents?

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

Jobs in the construction industry are one of the most dangerous. It’s no surprise that recent data shows this field has an accident rate of 71% or higher. Understanding how to identify deadly and other common accidents on the construction worksite is key to worker safety. Let’s go over what these accident types are… Read More »

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Can an Auto Accident Affect Your Vision?

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

Even minor car accidents can cause significant injury to your eyes. If not assessed or treated properly, these injuries can lead to vision loss. There are many reasons why an auto accident can affect your vision. Most injuries happen because of a direct impact on the eye, abrasions or scratches on the eye, or… Read More »

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Suing Your Landlord for Premises Liability in WV

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

A premises liability claim holds a property owner, such as a landlord, responsible for an individual’s personal injury if they sustained that injury on the landowner’s property. A landlord is expected to put forward a reasonable degree of effort in maintaining and keeping their property safe. Occupants of the property are entitled to an… Read More »

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WV Distracted Driving Law: Is It Legal to Eat While Driving?

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

Distracted driving is a growing danger in the United States. More than a quarter of all traffic accidents in West Virginia are connected to distracted driving. For that reason, West Virginia and other states have passed laws banning distracted driving, and violators can face harsh fines and other penalties. But what do these laws… Read More »

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Martinsburg Man Charged After Fatal Hit-and-Run

By Burke, Schultz, Harman & Jenkinson |

Drivers in West Virginia are required to stop, report the accident, and render aid after a crash that results in damage to a vehicle, injury, or death. Fleeing the scene of an accident is a crime, and the punishments are more severe if the accident involved injury or death. The reasons for the law… Read More »

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