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How a West Virginia resident may be able to prove negligence

Like the rest of the United States, West Virginia sees many car accidents every year, in part because the state is prone to inclement weather such as blizzards and freezing rain. However, negligent driving is another leading cause of car crashes. West Virginia residents who have suffered a personal injury as a result of another driver's negligence may want to take the issue to court, but proving negligence can be a complicated issue. First, it must be proven that the driver failed to exercise reasonable care.

Financial inequalities can contribute to divorce

For people in West Virginia who decide to divorce, financial issues and disagreements may be some of the most common factors that lead to the end of a marriage. Disagreements about how to save or spend money or how to plan for the future may lead to long-term rifts, especially when one partner sees the other as controlling or irresponsible. These problems can be magnified when one spouse brings in a significantly higher share of the income as this can exacerbate feelings of inequality. At times, the higher-earning partner may also be more likely to neglect or exclude the input of the lower-earning partner.

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