How do I know if I have a personal injury case in West Virginia?

When you get into an accident that someone else caused, you are likely facing a long road of rehabilitation and medical bills ahead of you. Your injuries may be so severe that you cannot even go to work or perform the tasks you normally would throughout the day such as cleaning your home or walking your dog.

You may be able to bring a lawsuit against the person who caused your accident. Some of the most common personal injury cases that we see include car accidents, slip and fall accidents, sidewalk injuries, coal mining injuries, fracking injuries, and hunting injuries. There is an endless list of ways someone can get injured and whoever caused the accident should be held responsible.

If you were injured on someone else’s property as a result of their negligence, you should try and take pictures of the scene before you leave to seek medical attention so you can prove that they were at fault during your case. If you do not have proof of how you were injured, it may be more difficult to collect compensation for your injuries. If you have been injured in any of the previously mentioned situations, you should contact an experienced personal injury attorney who can discuss the circumstances of your particular case to evaluate whether or not you will have a successful case.

If you require experienced legal representation for a West Virginia personal injury matter, please contact Bailey Javins & Carter, L.C. to schedule a free consultation.