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Identifying the signs of traumatic brain injuries

Whether people have been involved in a fender bender or a catastrophic collision, they may have acquired a traumatic brain injury as a result of the accident. Traumatic brain injuries may go undetected for several days, as the signs and symptoms could be mistaken for other illnesses. However, the sooner brain injuries are treated, the better chance patients have at achieving a full recovery. 

Protecting your children by using car seats the right way

If you have children, chances are you own a car seat or two. Even though they are bulky, may be difficult to secure in your vehicle and inconvenient at times, their use is imperative to the safety and well-being of your children while traveling in a vehicle. At Gellner Law Offices, we are committed to helping people who have been victims of automobile accidents in West Virginia. 

Study highlights age-related distracted driving risks

For most people in West Virginia, Ohio, or anywhere in the United States, the thought of leaving home every day without their mobile phone in their hand, a pocket, a purse or other bag is all but nonexistent. Phones today are a part of everyday life but they can can cause dangerous situations problems for people while driving. Certainly, texting and driving is only one of a myriad of things that can be identified as distracted driving but it continues to be a problem across the nation.

Two fatal crashes occur within hours at same location

It is strange enough that two car crashes took place at the same Interstate 64 interchange in Newport News, Virginia, within hours of each other, but the other coincidences involved in the two unrelated accidents become eerie. Each vehicle was traveling in the same direction, each crash resulted in the death of the driver and each involved the same make and model of vehicle. 

Head-on collision in West Virginia kills 2

A head-on collision can be the scariest type. The drivers of the vehicles may see that the danger is imminent but be unable to prevent the crash from happening. A two-vehicle accident in Malden, West Virginia last week killed two occupants and sent three others to the hospital with critical injuries. Authorities have not released any information as to the cause of the crash. It is unclear whether the investigation is still ongoing at this time. 

Traffic fatalities in U.S. top 40,000 for third year in a row

Driving in the United States is quite dangerous - likely the most dangerous thing the average person will do on a daily basis. And recent trends indicate that the United States is going in the wrong direction when it comes to driving safety.

Vehicle strikes pedestrian at intersection near hospital

When a vehicle strikes a pedestrian in West Virginia, the hospital is often the next stop for the pedestrian. In an ironic turn of events, an intersection near a hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia was recently the scene of an accident in which a vehicle hit a pedestrian. Responders did not take the woman to the nearby hospital for treatment; due to the extent of her injuries, they instead took her to the trauma center of another facility where she remains in serious condition.

Proper use of child restraints may reduce injuries in an accident

For parents of young children, there is always something begging their attention and driving in the car is no exception. Often, parents are doing their best to stay focused on the road while answering questions, negotiating arguments and trying to hand food or toys back to their children to keep them content on the drive. While car seats may seem like just another monotonous item on the to-do list, protecting children from debilitating injuries in a car accident in West Virginia can be more doable with the proper application of child restraints designed to keep children safe. 

Preventing your children from causing distractions while driving

You are on your way to the grocery store and your toddler drops his toy onto the floor of the car. He asks you to get it and you inform him that you will when you arrive at the store. He begins wailing and is eventually screaming so loud that you cannot even hear yourself thinking. At Gellner Law Offices, we have helped many parents in West Virginia who have been involved in automobile accidents. 

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