If you or a loved one gets injured because of a person’s (or company’s) action or negligence, you can file a claim. Unfortunately, most insurance providers offer low settlement amounts that don’t cover medical bills, lost wages, and emotional suffering. Often, a lawsuit is the only way to get fair compensation. If you’re looking to…
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West Virginia Personal Injury and Mesothelioma Attorneys
At Prim Law Firm PLLC, we represent people who incurred injuries or lost a family member due to the negligence of others, including safety lapses in the workplace and medical settings.
Our accident attorneys have more than 30 years of combined experience in personal injury cases involving mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cancers, lung disease, as well as injuries caused by negligent medical practices, abusive nursing care, or defective products.
We have the knowledge, skills, and tenacity necessary to hold negligent parties responsible for the injuries and damage they caused.
You worked hard over the years to support yourself and your family. Now let our attorneys work hard for you.
If you need to consult a West Virginia personal injury attorney, we offer flexible hours and can visit you at your home or in the hospital if you cannot come to us.
Since we charge on a contingent-fee basis, you do not have to pay attorney fees unless we recover compensation on your behalf. Contact the Prim Law Firm PLLC at 1-304-201-2425 for a free initial consultation today.
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