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Six Things to Know About Medical Malpractice Cases

PUT EXPERIENCE ON YOUR SIDE Medical Malpractice occurs when doctors, nurses, or other healthcare providers give, or fail to give, care that falls below that which a reasonably prudent and safe healthcare provider would under the same or similar circumstances, resulting in unnecessarily harm to their patient. Examples of medical negligence include performing surgery on …

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Experienced and Knowledgeable Medical Malpractice Representation

PUT EXPERIENCE ON YOUR SIDE Medical errors and mistakes needlessly kill hundreds of thousands of people every year. What’s more, medical malpractice can occur when hospitals and doctors are more concerned with “business as usual” rather than improving patient care by taking steps to ensure preventable medical mistakes are not repeated. Medical Malpractice occurs when …

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Free Personal Injury Value Calculator

When accidents happen, you need answers fast. We’ve created a Free Personal Injury Value Calculator for your convenience. . http://personalinjury.vanbibberlaw.com/personal-injury-value-calculator/ . Please note, we are providing this and other calculators on our website for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. Please call The Law Offices of G. Wayne Van Bibber & …

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Protecting Your Family from Automobile Accidents

Responsible drivers, like yourself, carry sufficient auto insurance to protect themselves and others in the event of an accident. Sadly, even though West Virginia law has mandatory minimum coverage requirements, these minimums are insufficient to cover a serious accident. If you are seriously injured by someone carrying one of these $20,000.00 policies (or no insurance …

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Avoiding Co-Parenting Conflict after Divorce

Divorced and separated parents frequently struggle with issues around communication with each other. Your child’s other parent is often the only other person who is interested in all the details of your child’s life. Though these communications were often handled casually when you were together, the interactions change after the relationship ends. Some parents complain …

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