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2 killed, 1 injured in West Virginia crash

Posted On July 1, 2014 I Car Accidents,Firm News

Two people died and another was injured from a car accident that happened in West Virginia on June 27. The wreck occurred at the 3 Mile Curve on Route 10 in Logan County. Police say a 53-year-old woman was driving with her 28-year-old son in the passenger seat northbound on Route 10 when the vehicle…

July 4th: Keep it Fun; Keep it Safe

Independence Day — a Dangerous Day for Drivers As West Virginians plan their travel, picnics, parties, and fireworks, the most essential concern that may be neglected is a focus on safety. It is unfortunate, but the 4th of July is often linked to boat, whitewater rafting and car accidents, drowsy or drunk driving, speeding, and recklessness on our highways. In addition to becoming one of…

Traveling for Memorial Day Weekend? Stay Sober and Buckle Up

Posted On May 23, 2014 I Car Accidents,Firm News

The National Safety Council estimates that 384 people will lose their lives this holiday weekend in fatal car accidents. More than 40,000 more will seek medical attention for injuries suffered in crashes. The NSC is publishing this information as an effort to encourage people to drive responsibly this weekend. Here in West Virginia, many people left…

Is Google Glass the Next Major Distraction for Drivers?

Will Using Google Glass While Driving Cause Collisions? Eight U.S. states including West Virginia are considering regulating the use of Google Glass, a tiny computer screen mounted in the corner of an eyeglass frame, while driving a motor vehicle. Law enforcement agencies, NHTSA, distracted driving sites such as Distraction.gov, and attorneys who specialize in personal injury and car accident litigation resulting…