2016 West Virginia Code
CHAPTER 55. ACTIONS, SUITS AND ARBITRATION
ARTICLE 7. ACTIONS FOR INJURIES.
- §55-7-1. Seduction.
- §55-7-2. Insulting words.
- §55-7-3. Unlawful seizure or attachment.
- §55-7-4. Action of replevin abolished.
- §55-7-5. Action for death by wrongful act.
- §55-7-6. By whom action for wrongful death to be brought; amount and distribution of damages; period of limitation.
- §55-7-7. Compromise of claim for death by wrongful act.
- §55-7-8. Personal injury action where injuries result in death.
- §55-7-8a. Actions which survive; limitations; law governing such actions.
- §55-7-9. Violation of statutes.
- §55-7-10. Trespass abolished; trespass on the case to lie in lieu thereof.
- §55-7-11. Suits against unincorporated common carriers.
- §55-7-11a. Settlement, release or statement within twenty days after personal injury; disavowal; certain expressions of sympathy inadmissible as evidence.
- §55-7-12. Liability of one joint tort-feasor not affected by release to, or accord and satisfaction with, another.
- §55-7-13a. Modified comparative fault standard established.
- §55-7-13b. Definitions.
- §55-7-14. Liability of visual or sound broadcasting stations for defamatory statements.
- §55-7-15. Aid to victim of accident and victim of crime; immunity from civil liability.
- §55-7-16. Immunity from liability for ski patrol rendering emergency care.
- §55-7-17. Aid by trained hazardous substance response personnel; immunity from civil liability; definitions.
- §55-7-18. Limiting liability of home care service providers, daycare centers and residential care facilities disclosing certain employment information.
- §55-7-18a. Employer immunity from liability; disclosure of information regarding former employees.
- §55-7-19. Liability of physicians who render services at school athletic events; limiting liability; exceptions.
- §55-7-20. Limiting civil liability of nonprofits for arranging passage on excursion trains.
- §55-7-21. Creating presumption of good faith for court-appointed licensed psychologists and psychiatrists conducting a child custody evaluation; method for assigning court and legal fees.
- §55-7-22. Civil relief for persons resisting certain criminal activities.
- §55-7-25. Personal injury and wrongful death actions; complaint; specific amount of damages not to be stated.
- §55-7-26. First responders who use forced entry in response to 911 call; limited immunity from civil and criminal liability.
- §55-7-27. Liability of possessor of real property for harm to a trespasser.
- §55-7-28. Limiting civil liability of a possessor of real property for injuries caused by open and obvious hazards.
- §55-7-29. Limitations on punitive damages.
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