Do medical residents learn better when they work 16 hour shifts, hand-off their patients to another doctor and return to work after a good night’s sleep – or is it better for them to work 30 consecutive hours? A research study funded in part by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is looking to answer [...]
West Virginia has a law regarding comparative fault, meaning your compensation is based on what percentage of fault you had in your accident. For example: if you are driving 70mph in a 65mph zone, and a car side-swipes you, you may be held partially responsible for any injuries you sustain during the accident. If the [...]
Two years ago, a West Virginia woman named Elizabeth Crawford went to visit a House of Representatives member at the Cannon House Office Building. While she was waiting, she dropped her pen on the floor. She bent over to pick up the pen when a staffer’s dog bit her right index finger, according to the [...]
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