An accident involving a church van and a box truck on Interstate 79 in Harrison County, West Virginia, claimed the lives of three people and sent another five people to the hospital.
We've come a long way since the "Mad Men" days when sexual harassment was rampant in many workplaces, and women (and men) had little if any recourse if they were being hit on or worse in the office.
Imagine this scenario: You're driving down the road in a cautious manner. And then something happens. Another driver makes a mistake and you're suddenly involved in a car accident. Regardless of the details surrounding the accident, there are a few key steps you need to take.
Many West Virginia families depend on nursing homes to provide care and nurturing for elderly loved ones. Learning to trust that the staff of these facilities will take proper care of a family member is not always easy. Media reports of nursing home neglect and abuse can exacerbate this already difficult process. One way that you can ease your mind about the nursing home you have chosen is to learn about a common sign of abuse or neglect: bedsores.
In many states, the most common form of employment is what is called "at-will" employment. This means that an employee can be terminated at the employer's will. The employer doesn't need to provide the employee with a reason for the termination, and he or she doesn't need to provide any type of advance warning or notification. Montana is the only state that doesn't recognize at-will employment.
From the outside looking in, it's easy to believe that truck accidents and car wrecks are one and the same. However, as you learn more, you'll find that nothing could be further from the truth.
A traumatic brain injury can arise from several kinds of traumatic events, such as a car accident or a serious fall. Most people expect the physical damage that comes with a brain injury, but few are prepared for the emotional, mental and psychological damage that may accompany such an injury. Depression, often accompanied by anxiety, is one of the most common, yet unexpected, consequences of brain injuries.