It depends on what caused you to fall. In West Virginia a property owner has a responsibility to prevent injuries to invitees by inspecting their properties remedying any known hazards in a timely fashion or otherwise warn visitors of the hazard. I would contact a West Virginia personal injury...View More
Determining whether you have a case after slipping and falling at a friend's house in West Virginia involves considering several factors. These factors include the condition of the property—whether it had any hazardous elements like uneven flooring, loose carpeting, poor lighting, or spills....View More
I'm sorry for your friend's injuries - I hope they can make a healthy recovery with proper medical care. A West Virginia attorney could advise best about local resources. You've probably been searching online and may have already been in touch with local attorneys. In addition to...View More
You, or your friend, should contact a personal injury attorney in Point Pleasant. If you can't find one in Point Pleasant, try Huntington or Charleston. Once you find an attorney who can help your friend, the attorney can analyze and evaluate your friend's case. I am curious, when was...View More
You can bring a premises liability case against the dealership/property owner. In WV, all places open to the public have a duty to keep their premises in a reasonable safe condition. However, if the hole was open and obvious you will not be able to bring a case. If the hazard, which was not open...View More
For starters, get medical treatment/examination. If you can photograph the hole. You are a business invitee, and are owed a higher duty of care than a trespasser (I'm assuming this was during normal business hours.
Your right to recovery will be affected by what you say. Avoid...View More
would be at risk on a daily basis. I’m 63 with no hope of any job of equitable pay and benefits. I’m struggling through every day. I’ve been pushed into a door and had materials thrown at me. I’m mocked and insulted daily by students and parents. Can I sue my university or county for... View More
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. One option for you to learn about your rights and options here could be to reach out to workers' comp attorneys, who generally offer free initial consults. They are...View More
It's caused me a lot of problems that caused pain n damage plus has a side effect that added to a already underlining problem I already have . Even after multiple hospital trips and further test from Dr to determine new issues I was still being prescribed the medicine .after learning the... View More
Yes this is a potential case. Malpractice is where the doctor acts against the standard of care. Another doctor would have to review and give that analysis. The extent of your harm may determine the viability of the case.
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This is actually something that your own attorney(s), if you have them for the malpractice, disability, and bankruptcy actions, should answer, as it could go to the issue of their approach and strategy. This...View More
In 2016, a television commercial for a product flashed rapidly in my darkened bedroom. It was so awful that it gave me a tremendous headache in my temples. I've been having debilitating headaches in my temples, at least once a week, every week since that day in 2016. I had never had headaches... View More
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It sounds like it could be a difficult case to find a law firm on a contingency basis. Aside from the element of foreseeability, damages such as headaches can be hard to argue in court. They are not like...View More
A West Virginia attorney could advise best but your question remains open for four weeks. If you're seeking an attorney, it's going to be difficult for law firms here to reach out to you. This forum is more Q & A format than an attorney referral service. There's a tab above you...View More
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general practice nationwide, in most instances it's simply a matter of asking to see them. I have not had experience with them in settings involving living wills, but in general litigation, I ask...View More
No citations were issued, however, the other driver's insurer accepted liability. The other driver was a 17 year old boy. Now, It appears that my medical costs may exceed the liability portion of the other driver's parents' policy. If my costs do exceed that limit, how do I obtain... View More
Yes, you should contact your own motor vehicle insurance company and discuss with them your underinsured motorist insurance. If there is money under your policy to pay for the amounts beyond the limits of the other driver's policy, then you are fortunate to have those benefits. Although you...View More
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. A law firm would need to investigate further before making an assessment, if they were interested in such a case. You could reach out to local attorneys to discuss. However, with such matters in general,...View More
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. At this point, you could reach out to West Virginia attorneys. If the dismemberment involved loss of an extremity in a work-related setting, it could involve element of workers' comp law. But if it was...View More
Personal injury lawsuits in West Virginia must be filed within two years of the event or accident that caused the injury. It is essential to make sure you get your personal injury lawsuit filed in Virginia's court system before the two-year window closes and your claim is forever barred....View More
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It isn't fully clear from the description what this matter here involves. If you mean you were cut at birth, as in literally cut and injured, and your relatives signed a release regarding your rights to...View More
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