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Charleston-Huntington, WV Car Accident Lawyer

Charleston and Huntington car accidents cause more injury, death, and economic loss than any other crime or civic issue

Motor vehicle accidents are an hourly occurrence in Charleston, Huntington, and across Kanawha County and Cabell County. Many crashes are completely avoidable, caused by drunk drivers or distracted drivers. Whatever the cause, car accidents are a major safety and economic issue for the communities in this region.

Get information on car crashes from the region's law enforcement agencies

The Charleston Police Department and the Huntington Police Department offer information on accidents. The Kanawha County Sheriff's Department and the Cabell County Sheriff's Department are also useful resources for information.

The West Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles provides information on traffic and safety laws.

These departments are good resources after a car crash.

When someone is injured in a car crash in Charleston or Huntington, what needs to happen next?

In an injury accident, it is crucial to get appropriate medical treatment, regardless of the financial cost.

The major hospitals in the area include:

As soon as possible, an injured person should contact their insurance company to find out if medical treatment is covered under their insurance policy.

Personal injury lawyers offer a no-cost claim evaluation to help you.

Since there is no cost to speak with a lawyer, it is a good idea to learn more about your potential claim. Accident Data Center can connect you with an experienced personal injury lawyer who can provide you with information about your rights and options. 

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Car Accident Reports and News from the Charleston-Huntington, WV Area

Charleston-Huntington, WV
Accident Date: 
Thu, 12/24/2015
Kentucky State Police said in a news release that the accident involving two vehicles occurred Thursday evening. Police said a car driven by 54-year-old Sandra Bauer of Salyersville crossed over into the lane of an oncoming vehicle driven by 52-year-old Roland Patrick, also of Salyersville.