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Five Steps to Take Immediately After Learning Your Infant Is Injured in Delivery

The devastation of learning that your newborn was harmed during birth or in the womb can be all- encompassing, making it difficult to know what to do next. But whether Read More

Failure to Order Colonoscopies Increases Risks of Misdiagnosing Colon Cancer

According to the West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources, colorectal cancer is the state’s second leading cause of cancer-related death. This type of cancer can be easily treated Read More

Alcohol and Drug Withdrawal in Custody Can Be Deadly

A person who is dependent on alcohol or drugs should never be forced to go "cold turkey" while in jail or prison without close medical supervision, monitoring, and treatment by Read More

The Cost of the Opioid Crisis on West Virginia Grandparents

The national opioid epidemic has taken a harsh and unexpected toll on older adults with grown children — especially in West Virginia, where the overdose rate is higher than it Read More

Who Can Be Held Responsible in Medical Malpractice Claims?

If you or a loved one has suffered injury or illness due to negligence on the part of doctors, nurses or other hospital staff, you may pursue a case seeking Read More

Hepatitis and HIV Testing Urged for Beckley Clinic’s Stress-Test Subjects

Several viral hepatitis cases appear to be linked to cardiac stress tests administered in Beckley’s Raleigh Heart Clinic. Accordingly, state health commissioner Rahul Gupta recommended hepatitis B, hepatitis C and Read More

What Can I Do If I Contract An Illness While In The Hospital?

Going to a hospital is never a pleasant experience. We hope to receive the treatment we need from competent and caring healthcare professionals, heal from our injuries, and leave as Read More

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