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Woman blames dangerous property conditions for her injuries

A woman in another state recently claimed that Walmart's carelessness caused her to suffer an injury at the store a few years ago. She has thus decided to file a personal injury claim against the retail corporation, alleging that dangerous property conditions caused her injuries. Individuals in West Virginia who are hurt on a store's premises due to the property manager's negligence can likewise seek justice through the civil court system.

Dangerous home products include CVS Health nasal sprays

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.

Several steps are wise to take following slip-and-fall accidents

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.

Trip-and-fall, slip-and-fall accidents common at businesses

A woman in another state recently claimed that she was injured in a trip-and-fall accident while at a casino. She has filed a lawsuit against the casino, alleging that its negligence caused her injury. In the same manner, customers in West Virginia who suffer injuries in trip-and-fall or slip-and-fall accidents stemming from business property owners' carelessness have the right to take legal action to right any wrongs that have been committed.

Slip-and-fall accidents may occur on ice outside of businesses

A man in another state recently claimed that he was injured at a McDonald's eatery due to the management's carelessness. He has thus filed a lawsuit against the company's operator. Likewise, if injury-causing slip-and-fall accidents occur at businesses in West Virginia due to the companies' negligence, those injured in the accidents have the right to seek to hold these establishments accountable through the civil court system.

Causes of Pedestrian Accidents - Failure to Check Blind Spots before Backing Up

Visibility is vital when operating any type of vehicle if you want to avoid a collision. However, there are various blind spots that drivers have to deal with every day. Blind spots are particularly dangerous when you are backing up your vehicle - whether you are in a parking lot, your driveway or on the road.

15-Passenger Van Safety

Whether to drive children to daycare, older people to senior citizen events, athletic teams to sporting events, employees in work carpools, congregants to and from their house of worship, or teenagers to youth programs, 15-passenger vans are in high demand and are prevalent on our Nation's roads. However, these cumbersome vehicles can pose a safety risk to inexperienced van drivers and other road users.

Slip-and-fall accidents may occur at malls

A woman in another state recently claimed that she suffered injuries after slipping and falling at a mall. She has thus decided to file a premises liability lawsuit against the mall and associated parties, including a janitorial service company and an insurance company. Those who are hurt in slip\-and\-fall accidents caused by the negligence of property owners in West Virginia and elsewhere have the right to seek justice through the civil court system.

New Study Shows Invokana Increases the Risk of Amputations

Warner Law Offices has recently become aware that the Type 2 diabetes drug, Invokana, puts users at an increased risk for leg, foot and toe amputations. The FDA issued the first safety warning regarding Invokana and amputation based on interim analysis of two clinical trials. Both studies have now been concluded and final results confirm that Invokana may double the amputation risk. Based on these final results, the FDA has issued a more severe, "black box warning" for Invokana.

Alleged dangerous property conditions spark woman's suit

A woman in another state recently claimed that an investment corporation and elevator company were responsible for injuries she suffered while using an elevator. She has thus named them both in a premises liability lawsuit. Those in West Virginia who suffer injuries due to dangerous property conditions have the right to seek justice through the civil court system.

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