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At the Manchin Injury Law Group in Fairmont, we provide aggressive, results-oriented representation on behalf of construction workers injured in a construction accident throughout West Virginia. Call us today at (304) 367-1862 for a free consultation with one of our West Virginia construction accident lawyers.
For construction workers, danger lurks whenever they enter a construction site. Though they take care to avoid accidents, sometimes factors beyond their control result in serious injuries or death. Burn injuries, spinal cord injuries, injuries from falling debris, and brain injuries are just some of the serious injuries that can occur on a construction site. Such cases are often caused by negligence on the part of contractors, subcontractors or other parties.
As a construction worker who was injured on the job, you are probably entitled to claim workers’ compensation benefits. If the accident was the fault of a third party or a safety violation, you may be entitled to additional compensation.
When representing you, our construction accident attorneys will investigate your accident and assign liability to all responsible parties. We will review insurance coverage issues and identify all possible sources of compensation. Our West Virginia construction accident attorneys will also place a value on the full amount of your medical costs, lost income, and other economic and noneconomic losses. Our goal as your work injury lawyers in West Virginia will be to obtain maximum compensation so that you can begin to rebuild your life.
In a work accident case, it can often look like the employer and its insurance company hold all the cards. At the Manchin Injury Law Group, we stand up for construction workers and their families. We will work to protect your rights and build a strong and successful case for you.
From our offices in Fairmont, we represent people in Clarksburg, Morgantown, Charleston, and throughout West Virginia.