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Fatal Two Vehicle Accident on Route 250 Sends Four Marion County Ambulance Rescue Squad Employees to Local Hospitals

Fatal Ambulance Crash in Marion County Ambulance and Emergency Rescue squad medical personnel are some of the hardest working individuals in West Virginia, witnessing scenarios no one wants to see and helping injured people in Monongalia and Marion Counties in the aftermath of horrific situations and collisions. These situations require immediate skilled medical assistance; at times rescue…

Which U.S. state is the most dangerous for workers?

Posted On June 6, 2014 I Firm News,Workplace Injuries

Although the U.S. has made strides in workplace safety over recent decades, thousands of people still lose their lives in workplace accidents every year. In fact, an average of 150 people died due to workplace injuries or job-related diseases every single day. Many of these injuries and fatalities are preventable. Last month, the AFL-CIO released…

WV State Troopers use New Strategy to Reduce Work Zone Injuries, Accidents, and Collisions

Posted On June 2, 2014 I Firm News,Workplace Injuries

Roadway and highway construction work zones are hazardous both for motorists who drive through the complex array of lane changes, signs, and barrels and also for workers who build, repair, and maintain our streets, bridges, and highways. Road construction workers place their lives in the hands of other workers on site, as well as equipment manufacturers and the drivers…

West Virginia Car Accident or Work Injury: Coping with Chronic Pain

“The aim of the wise is not to secure pleasure, but to avoid pain.” ~ Aristotle The types of injuries which can occur as a result of a car accident or workplace accident are varied, but the one factor which affects every injury victim is the problem of pain. People spend their lives seeking to avoid pain.  When a…