West Virginia Toxic Exposure Injury Lawyers

Were You Injured Because of Toxic Exposure? Call Us.

You can go to work every day and not even realize that you're being exposed to harmful chemicals and toxins in the air. Workers in some industries, including coal mining, oil and gas drilling, hydraulic fracturing (fracking), construction and chemical manufacturing face toxic environments that often exceed OSHA levels. If you have become ill or injured because of suspected toxic exposure at your place of work, talk to your doctor, then talk to an experienced personal injury attorney at our firm.

Morgantown Chemical Burn Injury Attorneys

The Robinette Legal Group has extensive experience representing clients in litigation cases involving toxic exposure, which comprises part of our combined litigation experience of more than 30 years. We understand the issues involved in proving your illness or injury because, prior to 2006, we were very successful defending corporate interests.

Since 2006, our experienced trial attorneys have been representing plaintiffs seeking compensation for personal injury and wrongful death caused by negligence on the part of product manufacturers and employers. We use our experience and trial skills to benefit our clients in personal injury litigation.

If you are receiving workers' compensation or disability because of your illness or injuries, you may still be entitled to seek additional damages. We offer a free consultation to discuss your case and explain the laws regarding torts and lawsuits. If your needs match up with our experience and we work together to recover money damages, we will represent you on contingency. You won't pay attorneys' fees unless we help you recover compensation.

Talk to us if you have suffered a workplace injury or illness from exposure to hazardous chemicals or toxic substances, including:

We have the financial and professional resources to represent clients in the most complex medical cases involving OSHA regulations and toxic exposure, including wrongful death, brain injuries, blindness, and disfigurement from chemical burns.

Contact our offices in Morgantown, West Virginia, to discuss your injury or wrongful death case with one of our lawyers.