Warmer weather and longer days mean more West Virginia motorcyclists on the roads. As excited as you may be at the thought of bringing your chopper out of the garage, it is important for you to understand the dangers you face when riding.
Auto accidents occur every day, and people sustain a variety of injuries. One of the most prevalent types is brain injury. In cases where the injured party is not responsible for the auto accident, it may be possible to seek restitution.
Can a robot be negligent? A suit out of California may find an answer.
Auto accidents can be traumatic experiences, both during and after the incident. To aid in relieving the stress, it is important that those affected understand the process, especially those who seek compensation for injuries from the accident.
If you have elderly parents in the Charleston area who are not quite ready to give up their keys, you might be wondering if it is time for them to do so. Your parents may still be very active, in good health and enjoy their independence. There is also the possibility that they will live longer than expected. You are not alone. The number of senior drivers on the roads is much higher than it has been, and it is expected to continue increasing.
It is no surprise that auto accidents with tractor-trailers are dangerous for those in passenger vehicles. Commercial trucks are huge, heavy and often full of cargo, leading to serious injuries for crash victims. Injuries often include traumatic brain injuries, organ damage, lacerations and broken bones.
Motorcycle season is by no means over. But with the changing weather conditions, bikers will soon have to contend with colder weather, shorter days and slippery conditions when they ride.
Charleston Residents may wonder whether their eyes were damaged while viewing yesterday’s solar eclipse. According to The Charleston Gazette-Mail, damage could occur from looking directly into the sun, but damage could also occur if someone was wearing glasses that did not meet proper specifications.
Carmakers have been packing cars with smart driving features that supposedly make driving safer.
Mining has been described as the backbone of West Virginia's economy, but we know miners pay a terrible price in injuries, disease, and deaths.