5 Habits to Avoid Sedentary Workplace Injuries
Lower Your Risk of Pain and Injury
Most people would not list working in a climate-controlled office all day as one of the most dangerous jobs. They would be wrong. Although full-time sedentary workers aren’t likely to suffer sudden and violent fatalities on the job, the damage to the body can be significant – and may contribute to an earlier death.
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How to Fight for Your Loved One
Catastrophic injuries are costly – and not just financially. The loss of all of the hopes and dreams you had for your loved one, being unable to enjoy life together as you had hoped, and having your entire future ripped from reality can be utterly devastating for the victim, as well as you and your entire family. Learn how to fight to get financial justice and the compensation you will need to provide a lifetime of care for your family member who was catastrophically injured through no fault of their own in West Virginia.
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Why Do Injured Pedestrians Need Legal Representation?
Cranston & Edwards PLLC Protects Your Rights
At some point in the day, everyone is a pedestrian. Shockingly, 17 pedestrians are killed and more than 200 pedestrians are injured every day in motor vehicle accidents in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. If you or a family member were seriously injured as a pedestrian, you might believe the case will be straightforward. Unfortunately, this is rarely true.
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Tragic College Suicide Epidemic Claiming Young Lives in West Virginia
Resources to Support Your Child
Across the nation and right here in West Virginia, the already troubling upward trend in suicide mortality has become epidemic. No one is immune. Suicide can happen to anyone — and it is hitting young adults especially hard.
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Seriously Injured by Physical or Sexual Assault?
The Victim’s Guide to Surviving Abuse & Assault
At Cranston & Edwards PLLC, we care about our clients and the community we serve. If you or a loved one has endured abuse or assault at the hands of another, we invite you to take charge of your future. We are pleased to offer six important steps you can take to empower yourself, along with several valuable resources you may find useful. As a survivor of interpersonal violence, you can pursue justice while getting the support you need to not just survive, but thrive. Read on to learn more.
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The 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was declared a pandemic on March 11, 2020. Since then, cities, states, and entire countries have been put into lockdown, held to stay-at-home orders, and/or practicing self-quarantine and social distancing. As a result, “non-essential” businesses are no longer operating, and many employees are working from home. In West Virginia, we are under Governor Jim Justice’s “Stay at Home Order” until further notice.
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If you are involved in a car accident case, you will most likely be required to partake in a deposition. A deposition is an interview, held outside of a trial, about the details of the accident — it provides your account of the events to interested parties.
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If you have been injured as a result of another person’s negligence, you’ve probably been advised to hire a personal injury attorney. Despite the advice of others, you may still be wondering how a lawyer can actually help in your situation.
At Cranston & Edwards, PLLC, our personal injury attorneys have the legal acumen necessary to build a strong case. We understand what is needed to prove liability in an injury case, and recover the compensation you deserve.
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West Virginia is home to many beautiful lakes that are the perfect summer getaway for residents and visitors alike — there are a few easy steps you can take to make sure your experience is as safe and fun as possible.
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May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month! As warm, sunny days are becoming more frequent and more motorcycles are out as a result, it is the perfect time for all drivers to think about how to safely share the road.
Motorcyclists and drivers behind the wheel of a car (or truck) can follow simple precautions to make the roads safe for all drivers.
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