Morgantown, West Virginia Coal Mine Injury Attorney

Since 1991, Jeff Robinette has successfully litigated complex work-related injury and death cases caused by workplace hazards.

If you or a loved one has been injured or killed during a mining accident, please take time to watch this video to learn why Jeff and our team are uniquely suited to provide the help you need during this difficult time. Call Today: 304.594.1800

Get the answers to your questions you need without cost. Imagine paying your medical bills without stress and planning for your future without shouldering the burden alone.

West Virginia Mining Accident Injury LawyersWest Virginia Coal Mine Lawyer Jeff Robinette handles the heavy lifting of coal mine injury compensation claims so you can focus on moving forward with your lives. We are based in Morgantown but serve mining families throughout West Virginia.

Our law firm has significant experience in litigating complex coal mine cases including the Sago Mine Explosion where serious injuries and deaths have occurred. Our firm has successfully secured substantial seven figure settlements for our clients’ families.

If you or your loved one has been seriously injured or killed while working in a coal mine in West Virginia, you have legal remedies available for help you move forward in this most difficult time of your life. Compensation for present and future medical expenses, lost wages, physical and mental pain, and the loss of the capacity to enjoy life and normal activities with your loved ones.

Call Today: 304.594.1800

West Virginia Coal Mine Death Lawyers

“A few years ago my husband died, and it was a terrible time. I did not know where to go or who to turn to. I found myself at Jeff Robinette’s door asking for his help. We had never met before, but he was so kind and helpful. He did an excellent job with my case. He worked so hard and kept me informed of the progress. He started out as my lawyer, and now I count him as my friend.” D.H.

Morgantown West Virginia Coal Mine Injury and Death Attorneys

West Virginia Coal Miners are some of the hardest working professionals in our nation. Our West Virginia miners have had a long-standing tradition of persevering in dangerous and exhausting conditions.

Despite strong MSHA regulations, coal mining continues to be one of the most dangerous occupations in the world. Every year while miners are working hard to support their families and power our nation, coal miners are injured or killed because coal corporations and operators continue to circumvent or violate safety laws which are in place to protect our West Virginia coal miners whether they work underground on the surface.

Our brave coal miners in West Virginia face numerous hazards from faulty equipment, methane, coal dust explosions, blasting related accidents such as fly-rocks, premature blasts, misfires, and mine collapse, unsafe installation, electrical injuries, roof jack falls, roof pin failure, pillar collapse, continuous mining flooding, slips and falls, toxic exposure, lack of ventilation, and coal mine explosions.

West Virginia Coal Miners are unnecessarily exposed to increased hazards when employers and supervisors disregard and fail to follow safety regulations, fail to adequately train personnel, demonstrate a reckless disregard of industry standards and policies, or tolerate employees whose judgement may be impaired by drugs or alcohol.

Call Today: 304.594-1800

Morgantown Coal Mine Injury and Death Lawyer

Jeff Robinette has been involved in the litigation of complex coal mine injury and death cases including the Sago Coal Mine Disaster. Without a doubt, Mr. Robinette has a track record of success in helping clients who have suffered brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, and severe burn injuries while on the job.

Most West Virginians are familiar with Worker’s Compensation Insurance. The fact is, Worker’s Comp often only covers a portion of the devastating cost of a workplace injury or work-related death.

Many workers and their families are unaware that West Virginia has a second avenue for compensation for injured employees. West Virginia coal miners can also pursue additional compensation through a lawsuit from the coal mine company, equipment manufacturer, property owner, or subcontractor if it can be proved that the miner was intentionally placed in harm’s way which resulted in serious injuries or an untimely death.

If you have been injured or your loved one has died due to negligence or a willful violation of safety regulations in the coal mine, it is important to act quickly to protect your claim. There are time limits which must be observed, and if you wait too long you may never be able to obtain the compensation you need and deserve.

Free Answers From a West Virginia Coal Mining Injury Lawyer

If you or someone close to you has been injured or killed in a coal mine accident, contact the Robinette Legal Group today and talk to one of our attorneys. From our offices in Morgantown, we represent injured coal miners and their families throughout West Virginia.

In fact, we have the digital means to begin your case without your having to visit our office. The required forms can be signed online, and we make it as easy as possible for you to get started with your case.

Of course, the initial call is free, and we take coal mine injury and death cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we do not get paid unless you do. We have recovered millions for the families of coal miners and can put our decades of experience and success to work for you.

~ Jeff Robinette

The Robinette Legal Group PLLC

(304) 594-1800

211 Everhart Drive, Ste 200

Morgantown, WV 26508

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