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Car Accident Victims Often Suffer Serious Facial Injuries

Personal injury lawyers serving West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania explain Some of the most common injuries people sustain in car accidents are facial injuries. One recent study found that 51 percent of injuries involving motor vehicle accidents included some form of facial trauma. Injuries to the face can be very serious and life-threatening in certain...

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Car Accident Medical Expenses Are a Common Cause of Debt

Medical bills due to a bad car accident can quickly add up to thousands of dollars or significantly more. Whether it’s emergency surgery or long-term medical care, all those bills might also explain why medical debt has become so common for so many Americans. Medical debt in the United States has skyrocketed to $140 billion,...

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Defying the odds: Trucker, 79, recognized for immaculate driving record

Pennsylvania trucker Don Cook defies the odds. At age 79, he recently reached a major milestone in his career: Cook has driven 4 million miles without an accident. As experienced trucking accident lawyers who have handled a multitude of cases involving trucker negligence, we know full well Cook's stellar driving record is the exception, not...

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Prevent work zone car accidents with these tips

On highways, main streets, and back roads, work zones are everywhere this time of year. Although necessary for the sake of smooth, safe roads, the temporary construction sites change traffic patterns, create congestion, and increase the risk of bad car accidents. Work zones separate construction and maintenance workers from traffic. Orange cones, jersey barriers, workers...

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Distracted drivers still an issue in Northern Panhandle

It may not be obvious, but the number of car accidents caused by distracted drivers is continuing to rise despite the advent of new hands-free devices and anti-texting laws. The AAA of West Virginia says that many people in the field suspect the number of distracted driving accidents is being severely underreported. People rarely want...

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Report: Speeding Deadlier Among Teens

Among teen drivers, speeding-related fatalities have been rising in recent years. Between 2015 and 2019, 43% of the 4,930 roadway deaths of teen drivers and passengers were due to speeding, according to a new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA). In contrast, speeding was a factor in 30% of fatal car accidents among...

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