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Navigating the insurance process when not at fault in a crash

West Virginia drivers may be interested in some information on what to do when they are involved in a car accident. There may be additional steps to take when they are not at fault.

Effects of spinal cord injuries

Spinal cord injuries are often incurred by people in West Virginia who have been involved in car accidents. After sustaining a spinal cord injury in a car accident, a victim's chances of dying prematurely are significantly greater than that of people who have not had such an injury.

Trench collapse accident prevention in West Virginia

Many people work in fields that require trenching or excavation work, including excavation for the construction of power and communications lines and for laying sewer and other types of pipes. One of the risks involved with such work is the danger posed by sudden cave-ins of the trench. Cave-ins may cause catastrophic injury or death to workers caught in the collapse.

Sternum fractures caused by car accidents

When West Virginia motorists become involved in a car accident, they are at serious risk for suffering a sternum fracture. Approximately 60 to 90 percent of all sternum fractures are caused by car accidents. In many cases, these injuries occur when the victim fails to wear a seat belt or the vehicle does not have airbags, causing the person's chest to strike the steering wheel.

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