West Virginia Personal Injury Attorney

West Virginia Personal Injury Lawyers

Giving a Voice to the Vulnerable

Getting injured in an accident is an experience no one wants to go through. As if the trauma of the accident is already difficult enough to cope with, you may be suffering from physical injuries sustained in the accident.

These accidents can cause minor annoyances as well as serious injuries that may change the rest of your life. While accidents are a natural part of life, you shouldn’t have to be in pain as a result of another person’s carelessness.

If you suspect another person or company is responsible for your injuries, Persinger & Persinger, L.C. is here to help. Our West Virginia personal injury lawyers have decades of experience in protecting clients during their darkest times and have achieved full compensation for them so they can move on with their lives.

Call (304) 346-9333 for help from a West Virginia personal injury attorney if you’ve been injured in an accident as the result of another’s negligence, or contact us online. You don’t need to suffer more than you already have.

Types of Personal Injury Cases

Personal injury as a law area covers numerous accidents that can occur due to someone’s recklessness, and some injuries may be compensated or covered differently depending on their severity, and who was involved.

The most common types personal injury cases include:

  • Auto accidents: which include cars, buses, bicycles, trucks, and motorcycles
  • Workplace accidents: which constitutes any accidents occurring in the workplace, be it in an office or a construction zone
  • Slip and falls: which can happen on icy sidewalks, wet roads lacking signage, and more
  • Wrongful death: in which case a family member files a claim on behalf of their deceased loved one
  • Product liability: which includes drug defects and faulty machinery
  • Medical malpractice: which can include birth defects and surgical errors

Our law firm focuses on helping those who have been victims of auto accidents and workplace accidents. If you’ve been harmed while driving or at work, we want to hear from you.

What Are the Most Common Injuries in Accidents?

Because accidents can happen in all kinds of ways, they also can produce a variety of injuries that range from minor to catastrophic – from injuries that can cause you to miss a few days of work, to those that put you out of your line of work completely and require lifelong treatment.

Injuries that you can suffer from include:

  • Cuts and abrasions
  • Whiplash, a common injury sustained after a car accident
  • Sprains and fractures
  • Broken bones
  • Burns
  • Neck and spinal cord injuries
  • Brain and head injuries
  • Mental trauma
  • Amputations
  • Paralysis
  • Death
  • Loss of senses including eyesight and hearing

Even if your injuries aren’t serious, you still deserve to seek justice for what you’ve had to go through. We believe that those responsible for causing injuries should own up to their mistakes.

How We Can Help

While injuries are already enough to suffer from and cope with, unfortunately, another result of accidents is that you have to pay for any damages. When you become injured after an accident, you might acquire medical bills from receiving treatment or staying in the hospital, which can be difficult to pay when you’ve missed work as a result.

You shouldn’t be held responsible for your financial burdens. Our team strives to seek justice for injured clients by recovering damages from those who caused your accident, and we’re not afraid to go up against large corporations if they’re the ones guilty.

You can trust our years of experience to help you recover from:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages from work
  • Property damage
  • Pain and suffering
  • Funeral costs (if your loved one passed away)
  • Loss of income if your deceased loved one was providing for your family

Are Personal Injury Settlements Taxed?

Not all settlements are taxed, but some may be. Typically a settlement is taxed because the money collected for the damages done is viewed as a form of income. Visit our blog to learn more about personal injury claims being considered taxable income.

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Ready to begin the recovery process? Call our West Virginia personal injury lawyer team for a free consultation today at (304) 346-9333 or contact us here.

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    Howard M. Persinger, Jr.

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    Howard "Mo" Persinger, III

    Howard “Mo” Persinger, III has over 15 years of handling large, complex personal injury suits, as well as energy related cases and projects.

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    Robin L. Adkins Phelps

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