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Whether you or a loved one is harmed in a car accident, slip and fall, medical malpractice or are the victim of an injury or accident, you need a personal injury lawyer in West Virginia to protect your rights and file an injury claim. Morgan & Morgan provides accident and injury victims with access to top West Virginia personal injury lawyers, including:
If you have been injured or had an accident in West Virginia, under federal and West Virginia law, you may be entitled to receive compensation for injuries, damages, and lost wages.
Attorneys in other West Virginia counties by name and population.
Personal injuries, under West Virginia law, are when negligence, attacks, or accidents cause physical harm to someone. Personal Injuries may cause broken bones, cuts, bruises, or more serious medical conditions, such as comas, compound fractures, and even wrongful death. A personal injury can happen anywhere, including work, school or at a local shopping center. Common types of personal injury include:
This list is not exhaustive, as personal injury can occur almost anywhere. West Virginia residents can file personal injury claims stemming from a defective drug, railroad accident, workplace accident or school bus accident. After sustaining a personal injury, the victim may suffer economic loss from expensive medical bills and lost wages, in addition to pain and suffering. If you or a loved one has been a victim of any personal injury in West Virginia, such as a birth injury, burn injury or cruise ship injury, you should seek legal counsel to learn your rights. Contacting a West Virginia personal injury lawyer can help you get the compensation you deserve.
All types of bodily injury may be regarded as a personal injury, and you can file a personal injury lawsuit in West Virginia to recover damages from whoever is responsible for your injuries. Contact a local Personal Injury Lawyer in West Virginia for help today.
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West Virginia's official flag was adopted in 1929. The flag has a white field surrounded by blue. The state seal is encircled by a garland of the state flower (rhododendron), in the center of the flag. The seal pictures two men (a farmer and a miner) around a rock bearing the date June 20, 1863 (the day West Virginia split from Virginia and became a state). Below the men are two rifles and a red liberty cap (a symbol of freedom). A red ribbon below the men has the state motto, "MONTANI SEMPER LIBERI" (meaning "Mountaineers are always free" in Latin). A large red ribbon above the seal reads, "STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA."