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  • Woman Killed in Monongalia County Accident Identified by Police
    Woman Killed in Monongalia County Accident Identified by Police

    A woman died in a car accident that occurred on Point Marion Road in Monongalia County on the evening of September 4. According to the Monongalia County Sheriff's Department, Robert Vanluvanee was ...

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  • Drugged Driving - A Rising Epidemic in West Virginia
    Drugged Driving - A Rising Epidemic in West Virginia

    West Virginia has a drug problem. And Harrison County may be as bad as anywhere in the state. Police across the state have noticed one of the consequences of that drug problem – more and more people ...

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  • Ohio Traffic Deaths Increase in 2014
    Ohio Traffic Deaths Increase in 2014

    At Goddard & Wagoner PLLC, we represent injured people throughout West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Our firm has settled wrongful death cases in Ohio and West Virginia, and statistics are not ...

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  • Who Is at Fault in a Car or Truck Crash Involving Snow or Ice?
    Who Is at Fault in a Car or Truck Crash Involving Snow or Ice?

    Winter is coming and with it, car and truck collisions in which the road conditions are a contributing factor to the crash. Clients often ask, who is at fault in one of these car or truck accidents. ...

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  • Tips on Avoiding Winter Car and Truck Accidents
    Tips on Avoiding Winter Car and Truck Accidents

    It is that time of the year again as the season of snow, ice and (hopefully) road salt descends upon us. It seems that every year at this time of the year we see a rash of auto and truck accidents ...

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  • What Types of Money Damages Can a Motorcycle, Truck or Car Crash Victim Recover?
    What Types of Money Damages Can a Motorcycle, Truck or Car Crash Victim Recover?

    We regularly represent individuals injured in truck, motorcycle and serious car accidents. Often, our clients are unaware of the nature and type of compensation available to those injured or killed in ...

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