From driver's education manuals to public safety announcements, the message is clear: drugs and driving don't mix. Now statistics paint an even grimmer picture of West Virginia roads.
You've awoken from surgery and your surgeon says there's been a complication. You suspect the complication might be due to medical error. What do you do?
Many people are involved in a car accident at some point in life. Few know the meaning of the term "subrogation."
Thousands of patients undergo medical procedures every day in West Virginia. Most occur without a hitch, but sadly, not all of them are as problem free. Some involve medical errors. Not every medical error, however, amounts to medical malpractice. So what exactly is medical malpractice?