What Makes this Morgantown WV Personal Injury Law Firm Different?
Jeff Robinette is a former insurance defense lawyer who knows the strategies of the insurance companies and knows how to prepare your case to win. We never forget that your case isn't just about obtaining compensation for your injuries -- it's about you and your family. That's what makes us different from other law firms that handle personal injury claims -- this is all we do, all the time.
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Jeff Robinette Has Successfully Handled Accident Injury Cases for Over Twenty Years
A car, truck, or motorcycle accident injury can change your life forever. In order to obtain the compensation you need to pay for your medical bills, lost wages, and other hardships, it is crucial that you have an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side.
At Robinette Legal Group, our practice is focused on personal injury and wrongful death law. Since this is the primary focus of our practice (for many firms, it is not), we are able to apply our considerable experience, skill and resources to our clients' cases - and can help you win the best possible results.
Jeff Robinette is a lifetime member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, whose membership consists of the top trial lawyers in America who have achieved multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. He is also a Silver Member of the Elite Lawyers of America, whose membership requires numerous multimillion dollar recoveries for clients.
How Can You Achieve Maximum Compensation?
Contact our Morgantown personal injury attorneys for a free, no-obligation consultation about your claim. We promise to listen, give you honest advice and be responsive to your needs. If we take your case, you will have an experienced, knowledgeable team of skilled trial lawyers fighting aggressively to win.
Our primary focus is on serious personal injury and insurance claims for plaintiffs, including:
- Personal injury and wrongful death claims: We have the professional resources to handle complex personal injury and wrongful death claims resulting from car accidents, workplace injuries, injuries to children and defective products. Our firm handles all types of injuries, such as spinal cord, broken bone, nerve damage and brain injury cases.
- Financial Losses: We focus a significant part of our practice on representing clients who have suffered financial damages and losses resulting from malpractice or professional negligence on the part of licensed professionals, including lawyers and law firms, construction professionals and financial advisors. We are also very skilled and experienced at handling insurance claims.
We accept many types of personal injury litigation cases on contingency. You won't pay attorneys' fees unless you recover financial damages. For some financial damage cases, we offer reasonable hourly fees.
Put Experience and Dedication On Your Side
Contact us to arrange a cost-free consultation with an experienced West Virginia personal injury attorney today, Call Today 304.594.1800.
What is Personal Injury Law?
Personal injury law is a legal term for an injury to the body, mind, or emotions (such as pain and suffering), as opposed to an injury to property.
The term is most commonly used to refer to a type of lawsuit alleging that the plaintiff's injury has been caused by the negligence of another.
The most common types of personal injury claims are vehicle accidents, workplace accidents, tripping accidents, assault claims, accidents in the home, and product defect accidents (produce liability) and vacation accidents.
The term personal injury also incorporates medical and dental accidents (medical negligence) and conditions that are often classified as industrial disease or injury cases, including asbestosis, mesothelioma, emphysema, pneumoconiosis, silicosis, chronic bronchitis, asthma, and strain injuries, deafness, and loss of eye site, as well as burn injuries.
Depending upon the intent or negligence of a responsible party, the injured party may be entitled to compensation from that party through an insurance settlement or judgment.
Most attorneys represent clients on a contingency fee basis in which the attorney's fee is a percentage of the plaintiff's eventual compensation, payable when the case is resolved, with no payment necessary if the case is unsuccessful.
The amount of compensation for a personal injury will primarily depend on the severity of the injury. Serious injuries (such as broken bones, severed limbs, brain damage) that cause intense physical pain and suffering receive the highest injury settlements.