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Bike Safety Back in the News after Recent Events

Bike safety has been an issue for years, but after a recent rash of biking incidents, the concern for the well-being of cyclists is once again generating attention. Despite decades of sharing the road with bikers, drivers still struggle to observe safety measures and be aware of those on two wheels. Cyclists Take to the […]

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Smith Quantum Ski and Snowboard Helmet Recall

Smith Optics has issued a voluntary recall for several of its ski and snowboard helmets. The recall was issued because the buckle on the helmet is at risk for disengaging, which would leave wearers at risk for head injury. The company is offering to repair the malfunctioning buckles. The recall involves all ski and snowboard […]

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Lawsuit Filed by Family of Boy Scout Killed While Hiking

A lawsuit was recently filed by the family of a Boy Scouts of America member in Dallas who was killed during a hike. The lawsuit alleges negligence by the organization and claims the organization is responsible for the Reid Comita’s death. The lawsuit includes a number of allegations concerning the boy’s death, one of which […]

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Civil Lawsuit Filed against Charleston Teacher

The Heavens Law Offices in Charleston has filed a civil lawsuit against a West Virginia teacher accused of molesting several underage students. Former middle school teacher Toni Woods, 37, pled guilty to charges of having sex with three underage students in December. A civil lawsuit was filed in March by our firm against Woods. Also […]

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Mining Deaths on the Rise

Mining is one of the most dangerous professions in the world and a recent increase in miner deaths indicate there is no improvement in sight. Following several recent coal mining accidents throughout the Ohio Valley, the current total of 12 miner deaths this year has surpassed 2016 and already reached 2015 levels. Eight mining deaths […]

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You Could Have a Third Party Claim from Your Work Injury

The recent incident at the Bruce Mansfield Power Plant located on Ferry Hill Road resulted in the death of two employees, as well as the injury of four others. According to a FirstEnergy spokesperson, the workers were in the midst of maintenance work in an enclosed underground area when a pipe ruptured and sludge entered […]

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Miner Identified as Survivor of Sago Mine Tragedy

A coal miner who recently died in an incident in a West Virginia mine had previously survived the Sago Mine disaster that occurred in 2006. Owen Mark Jones, a fire boss at the Pleasant Hill Mine located near Mill Creek, was killed while on the job, according to The Charlestown Gazette-Mail. The mine is approximately […]

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Court Finds in Favor of Plaintiff in Baby Powder Cancer Case

Early last week, a Los Angeles jury found in favor of Eva Echeverria, a California woman who claimed to have developed cancer after years of using talcum powder. The court ordered manufacturer Johnson & Johnson to pay a record $417 million in compensation to Echeverria. Echeverria, like many women, used Johnson & Johnson talcum powder […]

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Crash Investigation Begins on the Norristown High Speed Line

The investigation into the cause of a crash on the Norristown High Speed Line has begun after a one-car train carrying 41 passengers and an operator struck a parked, empty train car. The crash occurred at the 69th Street Transportation Center. According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), more than 30 passengers, including the […]

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Lawsuit Filed after Man Falls in Hole

Our firm is currently representing a Charleston man who filed a complaint in Kanawha Circuit Court against the West Virginia-American Water Co., after falling seven feet into a hole located near his home. Ryan Gibson alleges the company breached its duty to maintain a safe space and that the company did nothing to prevent injuries […]

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2312 Chichester Ave Boothwyn, PA 19061

Phone: 610-485-7989

Fax: 610-485-7872

West Virginia Office

2438 Kanawha Blvd East Charleston, WV 25311

Phone: 304-346-0464

Fax: 304-345-5775