If You’re Injured On Their Terms, Recover On Yours

If another person's negligence caused your injury, you may be eligible for financial compensation. In West Virginia, the statute of limitations on financial recovery for personal injuries is two years. If you are diagnosed after a car accident or workplace injury, seek counsel now.

Cormany Law PLLC can help you evaluate the extent of your injuries and their financial implications. Many injuries are more serious than they seem at first. Some may result in wrongful death.

Which Injuries Qualify For Compensation?

Many personal injuries result from motor vehicle or workplace accidents. You should have attorney representation, even for injuries that seem minor. Injuries that may qualify you for financial compensation include:

  • Burns
  • Broken bones
  • Muscle strains
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries

With more than 20 years of experience as a personal injury attorney, Mr. Cormany can fight for your compensation. He has recovered financial damages for coal miners, truck drivers and construction workers, in addition to medical malpractice and wrongful death claims.

If you are in the hospital recovering from an accident, and wondering "How can I get compensation when I hurt myself?," Mr. Cormany can visit with you to file your claim.

Get The Compensation You Deserve

While insurance companies want to settle quickly, the full extent of your injuries may take time to diagnose. Future ramifications must be considered. Surgeries, therapy, assistive devices and the potential restricted ability to earn a livable wage must be calculated.

If you have suffered an injury or a workplace accident, put an experienced lawyer to work for you. Contact Cormany Law PLLC at 304-205-1818 to schedule a free consultation. Home and hospital visits are available upon request, if your injuries prevent travel.

We have offices in Charleston and Davis. We do not get paid until we recover damages for you.