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How Property Owners Can Defend Against Premises Liability Claims

As a commercial or residential property owner in West Virginia, you have a legal duty to keep your property safe for anyone who may be expected to enter. This means Read More

Why Engage a Defense Attorney Early in a Catastrophic Injury Case

A catastrophic injury is one that results in a severe disability or significant disfigurement that is either very long term or permanent. Examples of these injuries include paralysis, loss of Read More

WV Slip and Fall Cases Must Overcome the “Open and Obvious” Defense

Slip and fall accidents result in some of the most common and costly lawsuits faced by commercial property owners and managers in West Virginia. Generally, anyone in charge of a Read More

How Does the “Open and Obvious Hazard” Defense Affect Premises Liability Claims?

Premises liability cases arise when one person is injured while on another person’s property. A classic example is the slip-and-fall case. The law imposes a duty on landowners and/or occupiers Read More

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