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New Breathalyzers May Help Prevent Drugged Driving in West Virginia

Detecting Drugged Driving in West Virginia Medical marijuana will become legal in West Virginia, come July 2019. Today, across the nation, recreational marijuana is legal in nine states and pot for medical use is legal in 29 states. And more states are likely to soon join these ranks as public support to legalize and decriminalize…

Hit and Run in WV | Erin’s Law, Proposed Changes

In contrast to the many Senate and House Bills before the West Virginia State Judiciary Committee in this 2017 Legislative Session that threaten to undermine the legal rights of every West Virginian, there are clarifications and additions that we can agree with in House Bill 2099 as introduced by Delegate McGeehan to the Committee on the Judiciary….

The Destruction of Patients’ Rights in West Virginia

Posted On February 20, 2017 I Firm News,Medical malpractice,New Legislation

Proposed Tort Reform Measures in WV Threaten the Quality of Care for All Patients The West Virginia State Code clearly states that the citizens of West Virginia are entitled to the best medical care and facilities available, and generally speaking, we have excellent health care in the larger cities of West Virginia including Charleston and…

New Motorcycle Law in West Virginia: Auxiliary Lighting Allowed on Motorcycles

Posted On September 2, 2014 I Firm News,Motorcycle Accidents,New Legislation

Motorcycles, motor-driven cycles, and mopeds in West Virginia may now have lights that are underneath the body and turned on while the motorcycle, motor-driven cycle or moped is being operated at night to reduce the chance of a motorcycle wreck on our WV roads and highways. Delegate John Overington reported that his HB 2477, to allow auxiliary safety…