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Before you can file a medical malpractice or negligence case against a medical provider or a medical facility, West Virginia law requires that you first file a certificate of merit. This is essentially an affidavit from a licensed physician who is an expert in the field of medicine for which the lawsuit is based attesting

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If you or a loved one were injured (or worse) in a personal injury case, wrongful death case, or car wreck case and have negotiated a settlement, you may be surprised when your health care or med-pay insurer sends you a notice that they are demanding reimbursement or repayment for the medical expenses they paid

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West Virginia’s workers and employers participate in a statutorily mandated insurance program that provides immunity from civil lawsuits (in most cases) where workplace accidents occur, regardless of the fault of the worker or employer. This is known generally as “Worker’s Compensation” or “worker’s comp” and found in Chapter 23 of the West Virginia Code. In

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