West Virginia Personal Injury Lawyers
Every day innocent men and women are the victims of personal injury through no fault of their own. When a person is hurt by the negligence of another person or corporation, they have the right to be compensated for any loss they have suffered.
Injured parties have the right to bring an action against the person who caused them harm and seek damages for medical injuries, economic losses, and pain and suffering. It is important to pursue such claims quickly after an accident since evidence is more easily gathered and important statutes of limitations apply.
At GPW, not only do we handle more common types of cases, but we have the ability to handle unusual and the complex litigation requiring specialized knowledge and strict attention to detail. Our attorneys have handled cases involving toxic exposure to solvents; hip, knee and ankle replacements; misdiagnosis; wrongful death; radon exposure; and deformities resulting from plastic surgery.
Certain personal injury cases can be extremely complex and expensive to litigate. They require the knowledge and experience of a large law firm, like Goldberg Persky & White.
If you have suffered any type of injury, please call our office at 1-800-471-3980 or fill out our contact form and one of our attorneys will evaluate your case at no charge.
A multitude of situations may be considered personal injury. At their most basic, a personal injury lawsuit can be brought if you have suffered injuries as a result of someone else’s negligent behavior.
Manufacturers and suppliers of products are governed by a special area of the law. Essentially, the manufacturer or the supplier of a product “guarantees” that the product is safe. The manufacturer or supplier will be liable for injuries caused by any defective condition in its product, even if the manufacturer or supplier exercised all possible care in the preparation and sale of the product.
This area of the law provides injured people with important rights that should always be considered when a product causes injury.