West Virginia Accident and Injury Laws
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Welcome to FindLaw's section on the accident and injury laws and procedures of West Virginia. In this section, you will learn about what to do following a car or truck accident, including limits on damages, how to file a claim for injuries, and how negligence is determined. You'll also learn about the state's workers' compensation laws, which require employers to carry a certain amount of insurance to compensate their employees for workplace injuries. This section also includes articles to help you prepare for civil cases in the city of Charleston, how wrongful death suits are handled in the state, how to file a pain and suffering lawsuit, and more.
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