Do I Need a West Virginia Personal Injury Attorney?
How do I know when I need to hire an attorney?
Injuries normally occur in a virtually limitless number of circumstances, from motor vehicle accidents, animal attacks, construction accidents, railroad accidents and others, and knowing the right time to hire an injury attorney can be a daunting task. Many injury victims are not familiar with personal injury law, and thus do not know when to see a doctor, when to call a lawyer, or what to be aware of throughout your recovery. In short, you should consider meeting with a West Virginia personal injury attorney if you have been injured by another person in any way, be it physical, emotional or mental harm.
According to the law, any type of mental, emotional or physical injury that is caused by another person may be eligible for compensation from the responsible parties. A personal injury claim can only be successful if there is sufficient evidence to prove that your injuries were caused by the negligent actions of another, and that you require financial compensation for your suffering. This can be easier to prove in situations where there is direct physical evidence like serious bodily injury or the development of a disease such as in toxic tort. A skilled attorney with ample experience in personal injury law can talk to you about your experiences as well as your injuries, and can build a strong case to support your pursuit of compensation.
Where can I find the right West Virginia injury attorney?
Hartley Law Group, PLLC strongly supports your right to seek compensation for the injuries you have suffered at the hands of another. In practice for over 40 years, we have built a solid reputation based on our dedication to the pursuit of success. If your injuries are the consequence of another's actions or lack thereof, we can take decisive legal action to recover financial compensation for medical costs, loss of wages due to the inability to work and additional emotional trauma. We take pride in the work we do, and focus on a small work load with big success rather than juggling too many clients and providing mediocre success to all.