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Personal injury: Driver killed in West Virginia crash

Millions of people across the country use motor vehicles every day to get from point to point. Perhaps because of how commonplace such travel is, it may become easy to overlook the potential consequences of even a single moment of inattention or distraction. Unfortunately, many using West Virginia roadways are left suffering a personal injury as a result of negligent drivers. In fact, a recent fatal crash likely remains under investigation.

West Virginia pedestrian suffers personal injury in crosswalk

Many college campuses are filled with pedestrians as they bustle to and from classes. As a result, those who drive in or near campuses must remain vigilant. Unfortunately, some people are questioning the safety of the crosswalks at West Virginia University after a student suffered a personal injury.

Personal injury: West Virginia University pedestrian killed

Anyone who has spent time on or near a college campus is likely aware that there are typically multiple pedestrians in the area. As a result, caution and vigilance is especially necessary to help ensure that no one is injured. Unfortunately, authorities are currently investigating an accident in which a West Virginia University student suffered a personal injury that ultimately proved fatal.

Personal injury: Woman sues USDA following slip-and-fall accident

Those who own or manage properties in West Virginia have certain responsibilities to maintain that property in such a way that conditions do not cause harm. This includes removing snow and ice from properties during the winter. Unfortunately, a woman has recently claimed she suffered a personal injury in a slip-and-fall accident resulting in a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Personal injury: Man indicted for fatal West Virginia crash

To protect those who use the roadways of the United States, the dangers of drinking and driving are well publicized. Unfortunately, people continue to get behind the wheel of a vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. In fact, police say that a West Virginia accident that resulted in a personal injury was caused by an individual who was driving under the influence.

Personal injury lawsuit could follow West Virginia crash

Drivers in West Virginia often go to great lengths in an attempt to avoid an accident. Unfortunately, even the safest drivers are often unable to avoid those who may be distracted or fail to follow traffic laws and safety recommendation. The exact cause of a recent crash is unclear, but victims could choose to file a personal injury lawsuit.

Personal injury results from impaired driving

In some areas of West Virginia, pedestrians take great chances crossing the road in ideal conditions. Drivers who are not alert for pedestrians place them at risk of personal injury. Recently, the odds were against a 29-year-old man as he was walking along the shoulder of a local road.

Prescription medications make you a less-safe driver

West Virginia is home to many beautiful, scenic cities and mountains. It has fresh air, clean roadways and highway access to Interstates 64 and 77. With easy access to surrounding cities and states, it's no wonder that so many tourists come to the area. The problem with having a busy highway environment is that people may not be familiar with the way the roads are laid out in the state.

Personal injury accident involves 5 victims

Driving on many West Virginia roads requires cautions and patience, especially at night. Because the narrow, often winding roads often intersect heavily wooded areas, drivers may know to remain alert for wildlife after the sun goes down. Above all, what they may hope to avoid is a collision with another vehicle, making them victims of personal injury accidents.

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