Charleston Legal Blog

West Virginia Non-Party Liability Statute

When more than one party contributes to the cause of an accident and a plaintiff's injuries, the law allows the parties to apportion fault or you could possibly avoid liability altogether. However, in some cases, the identity of the individual or organization...

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Self-Insurance Defense in WV You Can Count On

Self-insurance is not uncommon for organizations that face significant liability due to the nature of their business or cause. In these situations, it may be more favorable to replace a traditional insurance policy with self-insurance. But what happens when your...

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Police Civil Rights Violations in WV: Your Rights

Civil rights safeguard your freedom from infringement by the government and its representatives. These rights are protected by the US Constitution as well as certain federal statutes. Examples include your right to vote and your right to be free from discrimination....

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