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August 2013 Archives

Head-crushing injury on the job leads to lawsuit in West Virginia

A Huntington area man is suing a rebuilding company and a product manufacturer for disabling injuries he suffered on the job while operating a Roof Bolter machine. His suit states that when he was operating tasks from the Roof Bolter machine's cabin, the machinery came down on the compartment crushing his head and body. He was severely injured in the accident and left permanently disabled. 

Suit alleges medication error killed West Virginia woman

A widower has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against a West Virginia medical facility after his wife suffered cardiac arrest and died. He asserts that her wrongful death was due to her physicians' errors. He specifically accuses her doctors of "negligence, carelessness and marked deviation from the standard of care."

Day care operator will stand trial for child's death

A day care operator charged in the death of a little girl in his care will stand trial in December in West Virginia. The 64-year-old man was charged with neglect of a child that resulted in death. The 4-year-old girl had been locked in an unattended car on an 89-degree day. The car was parked outside of the day care he owned with his wife; the girl's mother has filed a wrongful death lawsuit as a result of the girl's death.

Oil and gas drilling company under investigation for accidents

As many people in West Virginia know, mining and drilling are dangerous fields of employment. Many safety hazards, however, can be prevented by the corporations that run the fields and the mines. When such employers fail to prevent known hazards and accidents, injuries or deaths ensue, the company should be held accountable for its negligence.

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