Logging, Timbering & Clear Cutting Accident Attorneys

Have you or a loved been hurt in a logging truck accident? Have you lost a family member in a timbering or clear cutting accident? The lawyer you choose must understand the industry and its nuances, and have a record of success standing up for the rights of injured logging industry workers. Such a lawyer can be found at Bailey, Javins & Carter, L.C.

Attorneys Who Understand The Industry

We understand the logging industry. Since 1970, we have stood up for timber cutters, gen hands, skidder operators and other workers who risk their lives on a daily basis to earn an income for themselves and their families. We understand that the West Virginia timber industry is vital to our economy, and we are proud to make certain that the workers in this industry get the protections they are entitled to when they are injured on the job.

When you come to us to discuss your case, we do not have to waste time learning about the tools and processes used in the logging industry on a daily basis. We know all about saw mills, log yards, limbing, bucking, felling, skidders, hangers, leaners and more. More importantly, we know how to pursue full and fair compensation when any tool of the trade or any act of negligence leads to a logging accident.

Choose An Experienced Logging Accident Lawyer

With so much on the line, you have the right to take your time when choosing a timbering accident lawyer. Feel free to compare our experience and reputation for results with that of other law firms. Our background in these cases makes it clear that we are the right choice.

We work on a contingent fee basis. We do not get paid unless you do.

Free Initial Consultation With a Logging Industry Injury Attorney

We understand the impact an injury has on a person’s life. They can be affected by a serious or catastrophic injury for years or even a lifetime. If you have been injured in the workplace, contact our firm to schedule a free initial consultation with our logging accident attorneys in West Virginia.