Industrial accidents involve a wide range of industries and can involve all types of accidents. From a cave-in at a coal mine to a chemical spill in a factory, these types of accidents can have a profound effect on the lives of those involved in the accident and their families. Industrial accidents often result in serious, life-changing injuries and fatalities.If you were injured in an industrial accident or if you lost a loved one, the personal injury attorneys at Bailey, Javins & Carter, L.C., can help you. We have decades of experience representing and advocating for injured workers in West Virginia. Contact our industrial accident attorneys for answers to your questions about the legal process, your rights and your claim.
Types of Industrial Accidents
At our firm, we are committed to helping clients who have suffered serious injuries or significant loss after an industrial accident. This includes accidents involving:
- Explosions and fires
- Chemical spills and exposure
- Dangerous gas leaks
- Building collapses and mine cave-ins
- Defective and dangerous equipment
At the center of every industrial accident case is a careful investigation into the circumstances that led to the accident. At our firm, we work with industry experts in order to understand the cause of the accident. If you suffered an injury, we also work with medical professionals to understand the full extent of your injuries and the impact the injuries will have on your future.
Through this careful review and preparation, we stand ready at every stage of the process to advocate for your interests. Whether in negotiations or at trial, we will provide you with the support, advice and representation you need.
We work on a contingency basis. We don’t get paid unless you do.
Speak With a Workplace Injury Lawyer About Your Case
In a free initial consultation, we can answer your questions and evaluate your claim.
Contact our lawyers to discuss your case. We have offices in Charleston, Logan and Summersville. If you are unable to come to us, we can also visit you at home or in the hospital.