A consumer in a different state recently asserted that she suffered injuries at Walmart store due to the store's negligence. She filed a lawsuit against Walmart, seeking a judgment for monetary damages. Likewise, people in West Virginia who are injured in slip-and-fall accidents stemming from property owners' carelessness have the right to seek justice through the civil court system.
Most of us know what the saying "The acorn doesn't fall from the tree means," and it seems to apply to many things including the habit of buckling a seatbelt. Studies have shown that parents who don't buckle their seatbelts are less likely to encourage their children to buckle up, and as those kids grow up, the habit of not buckling up while driving and riding in a car seems to stick.
A woman's life has been cut short as a result of a tragic motor vehicle wreck in West Virginia. Now, her surviving family members are left to grieve and question how the accident could have happened. A man was also injured in the car accident.
Consumers in West Virginia -- specifically, the parents or grandparents of young children -- may be impacted by a recent recall of toddler boots. Specifically, Target has decided to recall its Cat & Jack Unicorn boots. According to Target, the boots -- specifically known as Chiara boots -- are dangerous products because they can cause young children to choke.
A nursing home in another state has faced accusations during the past couple of years that it caused an elderly female resident to die in a fall. However, the nursing home recently agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by the deceased woman's daughter by paying the deceased woman's estate a million dollars. Likewise, any individuals in West Virginia who lose loved ones due to falls in nursing homes have the right to take legal action if the falls resulted from the nursing facilities' negligence.