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Wrong-way driver causes serious car accident


Motor vehicle accidents occur all the time, but some of the worst accidents occur late at night when visibility is reduced and drivers are tired or may have been drinking or using drugs. Speeding is also a common factor -- one particularly common to younger drivers -- and is likely to increase the chances of an accident.

What constitutes driving under the influence in West Virginia?


By applying for a driver's license, passing a driving test and accepting the terms that comes with that privilege, every West Virginian is agreeing to avoid operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.

Related vehicle crashes on Route 50 near Morgantown injure two


Paying attention to the road is always important, but recent winter storms in the eastern half of the country, including those that have blanketed West Virginia with heavy snows, have created road conditions that should make even the most experienced drivers pay extra attention and watch out for accident hazards. Failure to exercise due caution under such conditions is likely to result in a car accident.

3 people injured in 2-car collision near Flemington


Most car accidents are preventable. In most cases, at least one driver was negligent in some way, whether by driving too fast or by not paying attention to weather or traffic conditions. Speeding on slippery winter roads, for example, increases the likelihood of a car accident, which is the leading cause of personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits in the United States, including in West Virginia. These types of lawsuits seek to hold drivers responsible for any reckless action that led to an accident.

Cellphone-related car accidents are common in United States


Car collisions are an epidemic that continues to cause injuries and cost lives in the United States. Because car accidents are one of the leading causes of personal injury claims in the country, researchers spend a lot of time and effort studying them. Researchers determine the main causes of car accidents and find ways to curb them. Drivers should learn more about the common causes of car accidents so they can make sound decisions and protect themselves from harm.

Man files claim seeking compensation against tow truck driver


West Virginia is like most states in that car accidents occur on a daily basis. There are many reasons why these accidents occur, but one of the biggest reasons is driver negligence. Although the law requires all drivers to exercise due caution whenever they operate their vehicles, not all drivers are responsible. Unfortunately, when they disregard the safety of other people, the results are often catastrophic. Car accidents can cause serious injuries as well as kill people.

Drowsy driving a leading cause of car accidents in the U.S.


Car accidents remain at the top of the list of accidents that give rise to personal injury claims in the United States. Various organizations, both government and non-government, continue to study car accident crash data to determine the causes of car accidents and, from there, hopefully create a thorough study to determine ways to curb car accidents.

Understanding the dangers associated with distracted driving


It is clear to drivers in West Virginia that there are numerous risks they may encounter on the roadway. These risks can be anything from weather to traffic to negligent drivers. When a driver fails to uphold the standard duty of care while operating a motor vehicle, they could cause a collision. There is a growing concern for distracted driving, and the rate of accidents involving distracted drivers continues to affect more and more victims.

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