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Six Things to Know About Medical Malpractice Cases

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Nov 01, 2018 | 0 Comments

PUT EXPERIENCE ON YOUR SIDE Medical Malpractice occurs when doctors, nurses, or other healthcare providers give, or fail to give, care that falls below that which a reasonably prudent and safe healthcare provider would under the same or similar circumstances, resulting in unnecessarily harm to th...

Free Personal Injury Value Calculator

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Nov 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

When accidents happen, you need answers fast. We've created a Free Personal Injury Value Calculator for your convenience. . . Please note, we are providing this and other calculators on our website for informational purposes...

No Tricks – Because Sharing is a Treat

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Oct 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Whether you are newly divorced or it was a couple of years ago be sure to remember your young children this Halloween. You have the opportunity to make sure they have a great night and create wonderful memories with family and friends. It's all up to you and it's all about sharing. Holidays alway...

Determining Child Custody

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Sep 07, 2017 | 0 Comments

The word “Custody”, as in Child Custody, has become politically incorrect in West Virginia and has been replaced with “Shared Parenting”. In the past one parent had custody and all legal decision-making authority for a child. The other parent had visitation and minimal rights. Under the current s...


Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | May 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Law Offices of G. Wayne VanBibber & Associates is proud to announce the addition of yet another valuable Family Law Free Resource to our website. As always, we offer our Family Law Calculators for free. Our first Free Resource was an on-line Child Support ...

Who Will Pay for Your Personal Injury

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Jul 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

It is the legal duty of property owners to keep their premises safe from foreseeable dangers which could cause personal injury. When that responsibility is neglected it can lead to slip and fall accidents and serious injuries. In some of these instances, owners are aware or at least should be awa...

Free: Pocket Guide to Divorce in West Virginia

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | May 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

I have spent the last 20 years helping people through one of the most painful experiences known to mankind. Divorce. Click to Download During that time I have handled thousands of divorces and witnessed the pain and fear that everyone experiences during the process. As a person who has experienc...

Protecting Your Family from Automobile Accidents

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Mar 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

Responsible drivers, like yourself, carry sufficient auto insurance to protect themselves and others in the event of an accident. Sadly, even though West Virginia law has mandatory minimum coverage requirements, these minimums are insufficient to cover a serious accident. If you are seriously inj...

Personal Injury: Documentation is Important

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Jan 31, 2016 | 0 Comments

Although accidents can happen any time of year, winter weather presents increased risks of personal injury. Whether you were injured in an auto-accident on snowy roads or you fell on an icy parking lot or wet floor, there are things you can do to protect yourself from further harm or hardship. DO...

Avoiding a DUI this New Year’s Eve

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Dec 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Law Offices of G. Wayne Van Bibber & Associates appreciate the trust you have granted us in 2015 in allowing us to protect you and your family. We hope you have a safe and happy New Year's Eve as you spend time with friends and family reflecting on the many blessings in your life.  However, b...

Christmas Custody Schedules in Divorce

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Dec 01, 2015 | 0 Comments

How do divorcing parents handle the issue of Christmas and other holiday periods in custody disputes? What kind of schedules do West Virginia Family Courts order in Child Custody Cases?  In a perfect world, every child would have the benefit of waking up to two loving parents every Christmas morn...

Important Financial Consideration During a Divorce

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Nov 01, 2015 | 0 Comments

When dealing with the reality of Divorce, one of the questions that often keep people up at night is what will happen to my finances? Think of your financial life in 3 parts – Former, Current, and Future. The Former is the money you have saved or assets you have amassed. Current is income that yo...

Avoiding Co-Parenting Conflict after Divorce

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Oct 01, 2015 | 0 Comments

Divorced and separated parents frequently struggle with issues around communication with each other. Your child's other parent is often the only other person who is interested in all the details of your child's life. Though these communications were often handled casually when you were together, ...

DUI – The Less you Say, The Better

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Sep 02, 2015 | 0 Comments

I hope none of you ever have this problem, but if you ever get pulled over for a DUI you need to remember that you do not have to take the road side field sobriety test.  This includes the horizontal gaze nystagmis test (follow the pen with your eyes) the walk and turn test and the one legged sta...

It’s Time To Begin Again After a Divorce

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | Sep 01, 2015 | 0 Comments

BREATH Your new life begins at separation and this is a time to look forward to new beginnings. During the separation process, whether you have moved out or are staying in your home, it is time to establish new traditions that accommodate your living situation and to retain any old traditions tha...

Insurance Adjusters are not your friend

Posted by G. Wayne Van Bibber | May 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Just remember if you are in an auto accident the insurance adjuster is not your friend.  Their sole mission is to get rid of your claim as cheaply as possible.  They will want you to give a recorded statement and will attempt to get you to say things that will limit or destroy your claim. You are...

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