West Virginia Workplace Injury Lawyers

Experienced Morgantown, WV Work Injury Attorneys

Many injured workers think that their financial damages for medical bills and lost earnings are limited to West Virginia Workers' Compensation benefits after a drilling, construction, or coal mine accident.  You may be entitled to more, depending on your unique circumstances.  If you are not sure, call us today to learn how we can help you:  304-594-1800 or after hours, 34-216-6695.

What you don't know can hurt you.  Click here to receive the link to information you need before signing away your rights to compensation:  7 Facts You Need to Know about WV Injury Claims.

Workers' compensation laws say that you cannot hold your employer accountable for damages above the amount of benefits paid by the workers' comp insurance unless you can prove the employer acted with deliberate intent, in other words, deliberately put you in harm's way.

In many workplace injury and wrongful death cases, however, there may also be a third party who can be held liable for negligence. The third party can include the manufacturer of a piece of defective industrial equipment, the property owner or a subcontractor working on the same job site.

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Free Consultation · Contingency Fees · Don't Lose Your Workers' Comp Benefits

Free Information for Injured In WVThe Robinette Legal Group will work with you to help you recover the maximum money damages you are entitled to after an industrial accident or construction job site accident. As former insurance defense trial lawyers, we know how to investigate accidents to determine the actual cause of the accident and the full extent of damages. If we determine there is another party that caused the accident, we aggressively pursue full and fair money damages, while you continue to receive the workers' comp benefits you have earned for your on the job injury.

From our offices in Morgantown, our lawyers are well situated to represent victims and their families in communities throughout the coal, timber and industrial industries operating in central and northeast West Virginia.

We have experience representing clients in workplace injury claims involving:

Contact our offices to discuss your workplace accident and the current state of your workers' compensation claim with an experienced attorney.

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