If you are injured in a Morgantown personal injury case, you need to talk with an attorney at the firm right away. With the right lawyer there to help you, you may be able to seek a settlement or verdict that covers all of your damages after a case. You want a local lawyer who is familiar with the courts in your area to work on your situation, so don't hesitate to call one of our Morgantown personal injury lawyers to advocate for you.
Morgantown, West Virginia is home to about 129,709 people according to the 2012 census. The town is proud to be the home of West Virginia University as well as many public and private schools. The town crossed by an active rail line which serves a mine in Rivesville, West Virginia.
Coal is a major commodity in this state, which means that many workers spend their days in these dangerous mines. At Cranston & Edwards, PLLC, one of our practice areas is mine accidents because want to make sure to represent those injured working in this industry.
Transportation accidents in the area can occur on Interstate 79 or Interstate 68, both of which cross through Morgantown. The town is also new U.S. Highway 19 and U.S. Highway 119 as well as West Virginia Route 43 and West Virginia Route 7. Morgantown uses the Mountain Line Transit Authority bus system to transport individuals from here to there.
If you were injured in Morgantown, allow our team of attorneys to represent you in your case. You deserve a committed and caring lawyer who will sit down and listen to you as you explain your case. At Cranston & Edwards, PLLC, we are so confident in our abilities that we won't even charge you unless we recover a settlement or damages on your behalf. This is called a contingency fee. We collect our payment out of your settlement or verdict at the end of the case, which means if you don't win anything, neither do we.
Call a Morgantown personal injury attorney today at (304) 586-6947 for more information about personal injury representation!