Representing Coal Miners’ Rights Across the Nation
West Virginia’s coal mining industry has taken a downturn. The coal industry and many hard working coal miners are being forced to adjust to this situation. A large number of West Virginia coal miners have found themselves looking to mining in other states, including Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Kentucky, Montana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Wyoming. While some of these coal miners can still mine coals, others may be asked to mine for other minerals and ores such as iron, copper, diamond, platinum, silver and gold. Additionally, many West Virginia companies have set up mining operations in other states.
You Need an Effective Law Firm
Either way you look at it, coal miners from West Virginia are working out-of-state. If you are a West Virginian and you were injured in an out-of-state mining accident, you can still hire a West Virginia lawyer. Bailey, Javins & Carter, L.C., has more than 40 years of experience helping injured miners and their families. To schedule your free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, contact our firm.
We Know The Mining Industry
Our mining experience translates to other mining industries. Whether you mine coal, iron, copper, diamond, platinum, silver, gold or other type of ore or mineral, we can help you seek justice and compensation for work-related injuries.
Our lawyers have earned a nationwide reputation and have recovered millions of dollars for workers injured in mining accidents. We know the mining industry inside and out — we know the players, we know the lingo, and we know the equipment. We know the legal industry inside and out — we know how insurance companies work, and we can partner with law firms nationally. We can work your case from within West Virginia, which may place you in a position to obtain a better outcome.
Lost wages, pain and suffering, medical bills, and financial loss are difficult problems. Turn to our experienced, successful coal mining injury attorneys and face these challenges head-on.
We work on a contingency basis. We don’t get paid unless you do.
Are You A West Virginian Who Was Injured In An Out-Of-State Mining Accident?
While you may no longer be living in your home state, home is never more than a phone call away. Contact our firm for a consultation today.