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West Virginia Fire & Explosion Accident Attorney

There is little that can take away the physical and emotional toll of a burn injury. While money will not take away the disabling injuries, scars and mental trauma, responsible parties must be held accountable. Since 1983, the West Virginia personal injury lawyers at the Manchin Injury Law Group have provided compassionate advocacy by aggressively pursuing negligent wrongdoers and insurance companies.

Following injuries or death in a fire or explosion, take immediate action to protect your rights. Call our fire and explosion accident attorneys in West Virginia at (304) 367-1862 for a free consultation.

How Our Fire and Explosion Attorneys Can Help in West Virginia

Depending on the severity, burn injuries can be deadly. An explosion can result in catastrophic damages. Broken bones and internal injuries may only be the start. Physical damage to the skin is disfiguring and carries an emotional impact as well. The combination of health issues often leads to depression and drug dependency.

At the Manchin Injury Law Group, we build fact-based personal injury claims following catastrophic explosions and fires. Many clients come to us from the gas drilling and coal mining industries. Some come as victims injured in a construction accident. Injured workers and grieving families are seeking answers. Their future is uncertain. They need help.

Insurance adjusters will simply not listen, nor will they believe the extent of your injuries. Our job as West Virginia fire and explosion accident lawyers is to speak on your behalf. We provide experience you can trust and recovery you can count on.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Fairmont fires and explosions attorney, please contact us at (304) 367-1862.