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Does your loved one need a guardian?

If your West Virginia loved one is unable to care for himself or herself, you may have serious concerns about the well-being and safety of that individual in the future. However, there are legal options available to you as a concerned family member. You may be able to secure guardianship in order to ensure that the person has the care and support that he or she needs.

Is a hotel liable for the injuries you suffered?

When you choose to spend the night in a West Virginia hotel, you likely do so presuming that you will be safe from any unnecessary hazards and threats to your personal well-being. While most hotels work hard to ensure a positive customer experience, there are times when accidents happen and hotel guests suffer injuries. If this happened to you, you might be wondering what you should do next.

Could social media hurt your personal injury claim?

It seems almost everything we do today potentially ends up in front of millions of eyes. Posting things on social media has become as common as brushing your teeth — whether that's the dinner you're about to eat at that fancy new restaurant in your West Virginia neighborhood to adding a new puppy to your family.

With a complex estate, DIY planning may not be the way to go

Estate planning can offer West Virginia residents numerous benefits. Not only can these plans help address the distribution of your assets after death, but you can also use your plan to address needs you may have while still alive. Because the decisions you make with these plans can have considerable impacts on your life and the lives of your surviving loved ones, you may want to ensure that you take the best approach in creating your estate plan.

Focusing on the task at hand could prevent a catastrophe

There are a multitude of circumstances in which a motor vehicle accident can occur. However, the result is often the same, with many collisions ending in disaster for those involved. If you have been in a collision and suffered serious injuries in the process, you may be wondering what to do from here.

Overcoming hesitation with facts regarding estate planning

There may be numerous reasons why a person might hesitate to plan for certain life events. While the idea of planning for the end of the road might seem somewhat intimidating, chances are, you may have wishes regarding what happens to your assets after you are gone.

Could a personal injury defense use social media against you?

In today's society, social media plays a significant role in most West Virginia residents' lives. You may love keeping your friends and family updated on your daily doings and checking to see what activities your loved ones have recently participated in. While these actions can help you and many other people keep in contact, it could have negative repercussions as well.

A low-speed impact can leave you with a high amount of pain

A car accident can change your life in an instant, even if it is a low-speed collision. Low-speed collisions may seem like minor incidents, but in reality, these events can cause significant damage and leave a victim with serious pain and long-term injuries.

Too tired to drive: the dangers of fatigued driving

At some point, every driver has gotten behind the while he or she was tired. Driving while sleepy or a bit groggy is a very normal behavior, but what most people do not realize is that it is quite dangerous. Fatigued driving may be one of the leading causes of car accidents, but most drivers fail to consider the potentially serious consequences of getting behind the wheel when tired.

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201 N. Kanawha St.
Beckley, WV 25801

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Charleston, WV 25301

Phone: 304-345-4611
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106 N. Jefferson St.
Lewisburg, WV 24901

Phone: 304-992-9711
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