Losing a loved one due to a car accident, medical mishap, defective product or other cases of wrongful death brings immeasurable hardship to the family that is left behind. Assigning a precise monetary value to that loss is impossible. However, survivors deserve the full protection of the law to cushion the financial impact.
A 49-year-old West Virginia man was recently arrested on several criminal charges after leading police on a high speed chase throughout Kanawha County. Numerous witnesses called the Sheriff's department to report that the man was driving erratically near Nitro Marketplace in Charleston. He caused several car accidents while driving a stolen truck, but fortunately nobody was seriously injured.
Many Virginians own dogs and do their best to keep them away from situations in which someone could get harmed. However, sometimes dogs get loose and attack children playing outside. These dog bites can cause serious injuries or in some cases even death. If your child is killed in a dog attack, can you file a wrongful death lawsuit against the owner? Read on to learn about Virginia's dog bite laws and the legal rights you have.
Drivers in West Virginia know they can encounter ice and snow covered roads at this time of year. These winter conditions require extra precautions in driving.