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June 2019 Archives

Man's death in nursing home blamed on malnutrition, bed sores

A man in another state was recently accused of dying due to receiving inadequate care at a nursing home. In fact, his family has decided to file a lawsuit against the nursing facility, alleging that malnutrition and bed sores, among other issues, contributed to his demise. In the same manner, anyone in West Virginia who loses a loved one due to the negligence of a nursing facility has the right to seek justice through the civil court system.

Alleged surgical errors spark lawsuit related to wire in body

A man located in a different state recently asserted that a surgeon had failed to remove a wire from his body before sending him home from his procedure more than a decade ago. The man is now seeking to hold the surgeon accountable at a civil court trial. In the same way, individuals in West Virginia who suffer harm as a result of surgical errors can pursue monetary damages for their injuries.

Slip-and-fall accidents may occur at fast-food eateries

A woman in another state recently claimed that she suffered injuries at a McDonald's restaurant due to the staff's carelessness. She has thus filed a lawsuit against the fast-food eatery, seeking damages. In the same way, customers in West Virginia who suffer injuries in slip-and-fall accidents or other types of accidents at businesses due to property owners' carelessness have the right to seek damages in civil court.

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