Manufacturing Accidents

At Cormany Law PLLC, we possess sophisticated manufacturing industry knowledge and vast experience helping clients who suffered workplace accident injuries. Our legal team understands the physical and financial hardships you may be facing.

A Reputation For Handling Workplace Accident Cases

Our West Virginia manufacturing accident attorney, Jon Kristofer Cormany, is known within both the legal and business communities for his vast experience with state, federal and manufacturing-specific safety regulations. He has dedicated his legal career to holding industry responsible for exposing workers to unsafe work conditions that cause bodily harm.

"Don't be sidelined by work-related neck and back injuries. Our law firm can help you pursue compensation from the responsible party or parties." — Cormany Law PLLC

Extensive Experience Representing Workers

By law, you are entitled to a safe work environment. Our law firm has extensive experience handling manufacturing workplace injury cases. Our in-depth understanding of safety regulations and industry procedures helps us evaluate your accident to help determine liability.

Depending on your situation, you may be able to pursue claims against third parties. We have years of experience taking on Mandolidis, or deliberate intent, cases. We can review your accident to help prove not only what happened, but also who was at fault.

As a leading workplace injury law firm, we have handled nearly every type of manufacturing industry accident imaginable. We can help you pursue suitable compensation for injuries related to, among other things:

  • Sawmills
  • Window manufacturing
  • Packaging plants
  • Conveyor belts
  • Assembly lines
  • Lockout-tagout negligence
  • Pinch points
  • Electrical hazards
  • Tail rollers

A Lack Of Proper Training Can Lead To Injuries

Manufacturing involves many moving parts, hot or caustic materials, heavy equipment and possibly even chemicals. Without proper training, you cannot be responsible for workplace injuries. We can review your training manuals and other materials to determine if your employer, supervisor or another third party is responsible for providing no training or inadequate training.

Talk To A Lawyer

Please contact Cormany Law PLLC today for a free initial consultation. You may call us at 304-720-3566, or you may send us an email.