An Aug. 9 accident on I-79 North in West Virginia involving a black Toyota Corolla and a tractor-trailer caused two women and minor to suffer injuries. According to emergency dispatchers, the afternoon collision in Kanawha County closed all lanes near the Mile 3 marker for approximately four hours.
Two people died and another was injured from a car accident that happened in West Virginia on June 27. The wreck occurred at the 3 Mile Curve on Route 10 in Logan County. Police say a 53-year-old woman was driving with her 28-year-old son in the passenger seat northbound on Route 10 when the vehicle crossed over the centerline and collided head-on with a pickup truck traveling in the opposite direction.
If you or someone you love has suffered a head injury in a car crash or another type of accident, it may be critical to see a doctor as soon as possible. Evidence of brain injuries may not be noticeable right away, but it is important to seek medical care after sustaining a blow to the head because these injuries can result in lifelong consequences. When the injury is caused by someone else's negligence, that party may be responsible for shouldering the burden of medical expenses and other costs.
If your vehicle has ever been subjected to a recall, you know how frustrating this process can be. Motor vehicle recalls may be initiated by an automaker or mandated by the government, and they typically require car owners to bring their vehicles into dealers for repairs. While the repairs should be free, this is still a time-consuming to-do item, particularly for those who spent a lot of money to buy a new car -- likely assuming it would be low-maintenance.