We know the stakes. We are well aware of the obstacles. Far too much is at stake for a quick settlement that ignores the long-term personal and financial problems you face.
There is never an out-of-pocket cost to our clients. We only get paid if we win your case.
We have over 37 years of courtroom experience, we prepare each case like it is going to trial.
Our attorneys have obtained millions of dollars on behalf of our clients.
You will meet with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys, who will handle all aspects of your case.
The Manchin Injury Law Group, PLLC has been helping victims of personal injury in West Virginia for over 37 years. We pride ourselves on thorough preparation and work our hardest to provide you with the compensation you deserve for your injuries. Contact us to learn more or to schedule a free initial consultation with our firm.
Being involved in an accident can be devastating. Victims often struggle to pay their medical bills and miss long periods of work, which adds financial strain to the emotional and physical stress of an injury. West Virginia civil law provides an important form of recourse to those who sustain injuries – whether in car accidents, on-the-job injuries, or because of a defective product.
These claims are filed under a broad area of the law called “personal injury.” If you or a loved one suffered harm in any type of accident and think someone may be liable for your injuries, you may be able to collect compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and even losses like pain and suffering.
We treat each of our clients with respect, dignity, and compassion – when you walk into our doors, you are family.
Most personal injury cases rely on the legal theory of negligence. This is a broad term that holds that we all have an inherent responsibility to act with reasonable care around one another.
For example, we have a legal responsibility to follow traffic rules, watch for pedestrians, and even keep the property we own safe and maintained. Professionals like physicians, nurses, and employers have a legal responsibility to provide adequate care and a safe workplace. When we violate these terms and someone else suffers harm as a result, we call it “negligence.”
Collecting damages in a personal injury lawsuit involves four different steps:
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In some cases, instances of negligence are clear, such as car accidents caused by drunk or distracted driving. In many others, however, there may be several negligent parties at play. The personal injury attorneys at the Manchin Injury Law Group, PLLC are experienced in identifying negligence and pursuing lawsuits against the appropriate responsible parties.
These days, personal injury lawsuits are rarely against individual parties. They’re usually against corporations, employers, and professionals – or, more specifically, their insurance companies. Negotiating with insurance companies can be especially difficult immediately following an accident. You may endure meetings with claims adjusters, requests for additional evidence, lowball offers, and even denials.
A personal injury lawsuit typically allows victims of negligence to collect certain damages. There are a couple of different kinds available under West Virginia law:
The hours, days, and even weeks following an accident can be confusing and scary. It’s essential to focus on your recovery but also to protect your legal right to compensation. If you or a loved one were recently in an accident, we recommend the following steps:
The personal injury attorneys at the Manchin Injury Law Group, PLLC have decades of experience negotiating with insurance companies and achieving fair settlements or jury verdicts for our clients.
Insurance companies stay in business by paying out as little on each claim as possible. When you have legal representation, insurance companies tend to take your claim more seriously, and our personal injury attorneys advocate tirelessly for each of our clients. Contact us to learn more or to schedule a free initial consultation with our firm in Fairmont, WV.