Goods in West Virginia and elsewhere may unfortunately have defects that can cause consumers serious injuries. Fortunately, though, technology may make it easier to spot issues with products in the future. According to experts, artificial intelligence (AI) in particular may help with identifying dangerous products.
A doctor in another state has been accused of botching a patient's operation. In light of the alleged surgical errors, the patient has decided to sue the doctor for about $3.9 million. Likewise, patients in West Virginia who are harmed due to a surgeon's negligence have the right to seek financial damages through the civil court system.
Injury to the spine can unfortunately have a negative impact on a person's quality of life in West Virginia. However, a new university research study recently revealed that nanoparticle treatments may help to reduce the damage caused by a spinal cord injury. This may be exciting news for many victims of car crashes and other accidents leading to spinal cord injuries.