It’s not uncommon for our clients to suffer catastrophic injuries due to the recklessness of another party. Severe injuries often result in a lengthy recovery and significant personal expense. Our West Virginia personal injury attorney are dedicated to maximizing compensation in every case so our clients can make the fullest recovery possible.
Medical care for severe injury can be expensive, and you shouldn’t be forced to the financial burden alone if someone else is responsible. Please call today for a no-cost review of your case. Our personal injury attorneys represent clients throughout West Virginia.
Types of Severe Injury
Jim Leach Attorneys at Law have experience with a wide variety of personal injury and accident cases. The more serious the accident, the higher the likelihood that serious injuries will occur.
If you or someone you love was hurt in an accident, our West Virginia lawyers can pursue the compensation you deserve for severe injuries such as:
Unfortunately, sometimes a victim’s injuries are too serious to overcome. If a family member died from trauma sustained in an accident stemming from the negligent actions of another, our attorney can initiate a wrongful death action against the party responsible. We have the experience to handle the legal details of these emotional cases so you and your family can grieve and take the time to heal.
What Damages are Available in Severe Personal Injury Cases?
The value of your claim will be dependent on the nature of your injuries and other details. Many personal injury victims are eligible to recover compensation for:
- Current medical expenses
- Ongoing treatment costs for rehabilitation and long-term care
- Lost income
- Diminished earning ability
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of consortium
- Permanent disability
Our law firm is committed to highly personalized representation and fighting aggressively for the rights of our clients. We have helped many personal injury victims in West Virginia win the compensation they deserve while providing families who were hurting with the resources they need to navigate the difficult aftermath of a serious accident.