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Car Wrecks: The 9 Steps Of Treating & Proving Your Soft Tissue Injury

One of the most challenging aspects of any car wreck, truck wreck, or motor vehicle accident is proving damages. Quite often, car wrecks do not result in broken bones, stitches, or deep lacerations, but the injuries sustained can and are real. The violent jolt and change in velocity (crash) that your body is subjected too […]

The Importance of Having a Last Will and Testament

Most people have heard that they should have a Will drawn up once they have children, are planning on a trip abroad or facing a serious surgical procedure. But any adult should have one since putting it off can be too late. Accidents or unforeseen events happen everyday and believe it or not, you are […]

Personal Injury and Car Wreck Settlements Sometimes Require Subrogation or Repayment to Your Health Insurer

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 […]

Truck Wreck or Car Wreck–Do I Even Need an Attorney?

Negotiating a settlement for an injury you received in a motor vehicle accident or car wreck seems easy enough on the surface. After all, someone ran a red light and t-boned your car, breaking some of your ribs and causing you severe neck and back pain. All you have to do is call the liable […]

Three Common Questions After A Car Or Truck Wreck

Car and truck wrecks can be life altering events. If you have been in a car wreck, you may be entitled to receive compensation for the injuries and lost wages that the negligent driver caused you. Here are three common questions we get from car wreck victims: 1) I was hit from behind and didn’t […]

Supreme Court Upholds Housing Discrimination Protections

On June 25, 2015, The Supreme Court ruled that housing policies and practices with discriminatory outcomes can be challenged under the Fair Housing Act, even when there is no intent to discriminate. The key issue in the case was the validity of the cause of action known as disparate impact under the Fair Housing Act […]

Constitutional Carry: What West Virginia’s Need to Know

Earlier this year, much ado was made about House Bill 4145 in the West Virginia Legislature that would make it legal to carry a handgun, either openly or concealed, without a government permit. Supporters of the bill saw it as an exercise of their Second Amendment rights, while detractors saw the bill as dangerous step […]

Kids Dancing In the Streets = Jail Bird Blues

Be careful the next time you make your child prodigy (Little Johnny) perform his jazz flute solo in the local music hall, festival, or even the next homecoming parade, as you may be in violation of the W.Va. Code 61-8-25. Take a look for yourself:  §61-8-25. Requiring children to beg, sing or play musical instruments in […]

Keep Your Past From Jeopardizing Your Future By Getting An Expungement!

If you can relate to the new hit show Orange Is The New Black, CSI, Law & Order, or Cops, then you need to know about expungements. In West Virginia, there exists a process that allows those individuals that have been convicted of a range of misdemeanors to seal and remove their arrests/convictions from their criminal record. […]

WV Consumer Credit and Protetion Act – Credit Debt Collector calls

Most people know that if they decide to use credit cards or some other form of credit to purchase consumer goods (TV’s, cameras, cars, electronics, bikes, etc.) then they are well aware they will be charged interest. But the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act also covers medical debt. Have you found yourself with […]