Fighting To Recover Compensation After A Car Accident

For most West Virginians, seeking legal representation for a car accident can be a stressful time in their lives. After dealing with the injuries, medical bills, and the physical and mental pain and suffering that come after a car accident, having to retain a personal injury attorney might be the furthest thing from your mind.

However, at the Manchin Injury Law Group in Fairmont, our goal is to provide our clients with the most stress-free legal experience possible. We tell our clients that it is their job to get better and our job to fight for their due compensation. While you are working to get through surgeries and recover, or you are tending to a loved one who is holding on, the Manchin Injury Law Group will provide you peace of mind while you are dealing with the aftermath of a car accident.

Call us today at 304-816-4097 for a free consultation.

Resolving Cases As Efficiently And Quickly As Possible

At the Manchin Injury Law Group, our goal is to resolve cases as efficiently and practically as possible, but we do not accept an agreement in or out of court that does not fit the best interests of our clients. In our more than 30 years of experience, our trial-tested and negotiation-tempered attorneys are known throughout the state of West Virginia for getting their clients the compensation they deserve after a car wreck.

We provide legal help for people who were involved in all types of car accidents, including rear-end accidents, side-impact collision, head-on accidents and multivehicle pileups. A recent West Virginia state poll shows only slightly more than 80 percent of drivers wear their seat belts. Of course, distance traveling and factors such as our state's uneven terrain contribute to many accidents, but there are also causes of car accidents that emulate the rest of the country.

Distracted driving is a major problem in West Virginia and throughout the United States. When a driver is texting, tuning a GPS, eating, putting on makeup, shaving or dealing with unruly passengers, it takes just one wrong move for a terrible accident to occur. Impaired drivers are another problem. Annual averages show that about 30 percent of car accidents involve an impaired driver who is at least 21 years of age and has a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 percent or higher. Annual averages also show that more than 40 percent of fatal car accidents involve drivers who were speeding. Other reasons for car accidents in West Virginia, such as failing to properly follow state laws and posted signs, as well as inexperienced drivers, also contribute to car accidents.

Free Consultation With A Lawyer

If you have been involved in a car accident in West Virginia, contact the Manchin Injury Law Group at 304-816-4097 for a free consultation.