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October 2012 Archives

Legal options for West Virginians injured by a defective drug

Those injured by a product have options when seeking compensation. Cabell County readers may know that the CDC and FDA recently advised medical professionals not to use any medical products produced by the New England Compounding Center due to an outbreak of fungal meningitis that has been linked to some medications produced by the company.

How do you determine liability in a commercial truck accident?

A string of truck accidents along the West Virginia turnpike has prompted authorities to increase safety measures on that roadway. State officials said that a new flashing light will be added to warn tractor-trailer drivers of a sharp curve between two of the exits. Some areas have also received improved pavement to provide better tire traction.

West Virginia car crash causes suit against highway department

Our West Virginia readers may not know that government entities can be sued for negligence that leads to an injury, provided specific procedures are followed. A public entity may also be held liable for negligent acts of their employees, again, so long as certain requirements are met.

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