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December 2013 Archives

Department of Transportation reaches wrongful death settlement

When a worker is killed while on the job, surviving family members can seek compensation. If the worker was killed in a way that could have been prevented, the surviving family can seek damages that are both compensatory and punitive in nature. Sometimes the cases go to court for a jury to decide, but other times, a settlement can be reached between the employer and the family members. Cabell County readers may be interested to learn about a recent wrongful death case that was settled out of court.

Injured in accident, man sues company, equipment manufacturer

Cabell County residents are no strangers to oil and gas workers and the jobs they perform. Some of the jobs are quite dangerous, and getting hurt on the job is a real possibility. So, readers will not be shocked to learn a man is suing a company for which he worked, as well as the manufacturer of a piece of equipment that led to his workplace injuries. Those injuries have severely impacted his life.

Victim of collision with tractor-trailer seeking damages

Tractor-trailers are a common site on the road in some parts of West Virginia and elsewhere across the country. However, they are large, heavy vehicles that take skill and care to maneuver. If a driver of one of these vehicles is not careful, he or she can cause serious injury to others on the road. In a car accident involving a tractor-trailer, the occupants of the car usually fare much worse than the driver of the semi-truck.


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