Suffering injuries to the spinal cord in West Virginia can understandably be both physically and emotionally debilitating. Following a car accident or another type of accident leading to spinal cord injuries, an individual may struggle to operate independently and may also suffer from pain. Regarding pain, a recent study indicated that spinal cord injury patients' pain management should be based on their pain levels and subtypes.
A woman in another state recently claimed that a negligent nursing home caused her to suffer injuries in a fall. She has thus decided to file a lawsuit against the nursing facility, seeking damages. Likewise, nursing home residents in West Virginia who are hurt in falls due to their facility staff's carelessness have the right to seek justice through the civil court system.
Warner Law Offices is pleased to announce that Bobby Warner has been inducted into the West Virginia Lawyers and Leaders Class of 2018 by the West Virginia University College of Law and West Virginia Executive Magazine.
People in West Virginia and elsewhere who have suffered head injuries may be impacted by the physical symptoms of these types of injuries, such as dizziness and memory problems. However, these injuries can also cause psychological problems. A recent research study suggested that traumatic brain injury sufferers have a two-times greater chance of dying by suicide compared with those without a history of brain injury.
Consumers in West Virginia who use sinus nasal sprays may be affected by a current product recall. CVS Health recently reported that it has recalled its 12-hour nasal mists for sinus relief because these are dangerous home products. The problem has to do with microbiological contamination.
When people in West Virginia go shopping, they naturally expect to remain safe during their store visits. However, slip-and-fall accidents can easily happen if store owners fail to keep their premises free of hazards. Here are a few important steps to take following a slip-and-fall accident.