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October 2015 Archives

Your loss of a loved one may be compensable under the law

If you are like most people, you have occasionally thought about what the consequences could be to your family if you died in an accident that was caused by someone else. But less often do we contemplate what would happen if it was a loved one who was the victim -- what could you do about it?

Deadly car accident raises reckless driving suspicions

An accident in West Virginia that involved one car has claimed the lives of two young individuals. The man and woman were both just 20 years old, and many in the community dedicated time to remembering their lives after the accident. Both died at the scene of the crash.

Qualifying for social security disability

If you have a medical condition or suffer from a serious injury that has left you unable to work, you might qualify for social security disability benefits. This can be a huge help if you have no other income due to your situation and those who qualify are encouraged to apply. However, not everyone in West Virginia is eligible to receive benefits through social security disability, even if there is a serious condition or injury involved. Continue reading to find out if you might qualify for this federally regulated program.

West Virginia chemical plant violations settled after seven years

It is no surprise that most businesses are driven by the two “P’s”: production and profit. But focusing on those without paying equal attention to safety can result in serious consequences for workers, even death. An incident that happened over seven years ago at a West Virginia chemical facility is a tragic example.

What should you do about unsafe conditions where you work?

In Florida, as in many other states, the death penalty is a legal sanction that can be applied in cases of capital murder. But who gets to make the decision – the jury, or the judge? That is the crux of a Florida death penalty case that the US Supreme Court will be considering during his current term.

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