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Coal Truck Crash in Mingo County, WV Injures Three

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A head-on crash on U.S. 52 in Mingo County, West Virginia (WV) between a pickup truck and a coal truck left three people suffering from injuries. Two Mingo Central High School students and the coal truck driver suffered injuries.

According to WSAZ, the two students were taken to a nearby hospital inLoganCounty while the coal truck driver was transported to a hospital located inWilliamson, WV.

The wreck was reportedly caused by the students crossing over the yellow line and slamming into the coal truck.

The coal truck driver should consider speaking with a personal injury lawyer who is licensed in West Virginia (WV) to examine their legal options. If the driver misses a significant amount of time from work and/or accrues a large amount of medical expenses, they may be entitled to pursue damages through a personal injury claim.

To learn about what other types of damages may be available, take a moment to read this article which was written by an experienced injury attorney.  


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Richard N. Shapiro
Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Lawyer Serving Va Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake & all of Virginia
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