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Do you know how to safely drive on steep mountain roads?

The "Mountain State" of West Virginia is both rugged and beautiful, but residents are often challenged by driving on winding, narrow roads that snake down the ridge. As winter weather is only weeks away in most parts of the Appalachians, it's a good time to review some tips for driving in mountainous regions.

In a multi-car pileup, who is at fault?

After a multi-car accident, it may seem impossible to sort out the mess and figure out who was at fault. Typically, when several cars are involved in a wreck, insurance companies will point the finger at the car in the rear. This is because drivers are supposed to maintain a safe distance behind the vehicle in front them. However, when a multi-vehicle crash occurs, it ca be a bit more difficult to determine which driver is responsible.

Do your part to avoid truck accidents

Most of us know, somewhere in the back of our minds at least, that large trucks pose a very real threat to other drivers on the road. In a state such West Virginia, which features many mountain roads, that danger is even more pronounced.

How an attorney can help you after a serious car accident

When you experience a serious car wreck, a lawyer is likely the last thing on your mind. You're busy assessing injuries you and your passengers sustained and trying to determine if you need to move your vehicle. You're probably calling for emergency responders, trying to ensure everyone gets the medical attention they need.

How a cellphone can help after a serious car accident

Many people are aware of the dangers cellphones can create in vehicle. People talk on their phone and become distracted. In cases of surfing the web, looking at social media or texting, they may be staring at their phone instead of the road. The National Safety Council believes that cellphone use while driving is actually under-reported and poses a more serious risk than law enforcement or the government actually realize. Some estimates indicate that as many of half of all fatal crashes may involve the use of a cellphone. That doesn't mean a cellphone in the car is inherently an issue.

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