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December 2017 Archives

Misdiagnosis of psychosis in Alzheimer's patients

As West Virginians age, our health concerns often increase. This is because we are no longer young and as active as we once were. Because of this, some elderly individuals are diagnosed with a wide array of conditions, causing them to take a multitude of medications. While they are often accurate and necessary, others might be erroneous and harmful to one's health, if patients are misdiagnosed.

Three injured in multi-vehicle crash

Accidents can happen at any given moment on the roadways. Even when a motorist is attempting to evade an accident up ahead, this could result in an additional accident occurring. Chain reaction collisions can involve multiple vehicles and could be caused by the negligence of one or more drivers. Thus, it is important that victims understand this possibility and what steps they can take to prove cause and liability.

What types of people are likely to be a distracted driver?

We all tend to multi-task at times. While this is fine when we are at home, at school or work, this is an issue when it is behind the wheel of a vehicle. Distracted driving is a known danger; however, motorists across the nation partake in this dangerous activity. While not all drivers are compelled to distractions while they are driving, there are some drivers that are more likely to be a distracted driver than others.

Recovering from a back injury caused in the workplace

We all suffer back pain from time to time. Maybe we slept wrong, worked out too hard or just simply need a massage or readjustment. However, some back pain sufferers are dealing with a major back issue due to a back injury. The workplace is a common culprit of back injuries, and those who have suffered such an injury should take the time to understand their matter, what rights they have and whether they could collect workers' compensation benefits.

Guiding you through a personal injury claim after a car crash

With the holiday months upon us, residents in West Virginia and elsewhere are likely to witness more vehicles on the roadways. Whether it is because of family gatherings, work parties, shopping or large trucks making shipments, more and more individuals are taking to the road. While most drivers comply with the rules of the road and travel safely, others find themselves compelled to driver distractedly. Unfortunately, it only takes a mere second for an accident to happen. And when a driver has their eyes on a phone instead of the road, the lives of motorists and passengers are put at risk.