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How do you handle a wrongful death?

Being a family member of someone who has passed away as a result of another person’s negligence puts you in a tough position. You may be dealing with the heartbreaking loss of your loved one at the same time and being unsure of how you’ll cover bills or how you’ll...

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Symptoms of Delayed Injuries from a Car Accident

If a person walks away from a car accident with seemingly minor injuries, they often consider themselves lucky. The outcome of high-speed collisions can be devastating. With that said, sustaining only a few scrapes and bruises in an accident of this magnitude clearly...

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Can poor semi-truck maintenance put you at risk?

Truck carrier companies are responsible for keeping the vehicles in their fleet in working order, but not every company upholds that responsibility. When they do not maintain the systems that these large vehicles rely on to operate safely or mechanics provide shoddy...

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The Hidden Dangers of Drowsy Driving

When people think of dangerous driving behaviors, reckless driving, drunk driving, and distracted driving are usually the first few that come to mind. Nearly every state has laws against these three with punishments ranging from small fines to lengthy jail sentences...

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All-Terrain Vehicle Safety is a Major Concern

As summer approaches, more and more people are taking to trails throughout West Virginia to enjoy their All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs). While ATV are a source of enjoyment for many throughout the Mountain State, unauthorized and unsafe use of ATVs can lead to serious...

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The Masters Law Firm in Charleston, West Virginia is solely dedicated to representing persons injured or damaged by wrongful or negligent acts or omissions of others. We are a civil litigation firm, which means we do not represent those charged with crimes. We have exclusively represented the victims of wrongful acts throughout the state of West Virginia since 1974.