Coal Mining Roof Fall Accidents

The One To Call When The Roof Falls In On Your Life

It's every miner's nightmare: a roof collapse. Despite more than 30 years of MSHA laws governing roof control plans, violations continue to occur. If you or a loved one has been injured in a roof collapse or rib fall in a mine, the accident can have a devastating impact on your entire family. Medical bills. Lost earnings. Pain and suffering. They may all be part of your future after a mine collapse.

Recognized Leaders For Coal Mining Injury And Wrongful Death Claims

I am attorney Danny Cline of the personal injury law firm of Farmer, Cline & Campbell PLLC. Senior partner Robert Campbell and I provide aggressive, knowledgeable legal representation for coal miners and families that have suffered the worst of what a mine cave-in accident can do.

We handle personal injury and wrongful death cases relating to coal mine collapse accidents:

  • Mine roof falls, rib falls
  • High wall collapses
  • MSHA violations

We Fight For Maximum Compensation — Because We Know You Will Need It

Senior partner Robert Campbell has worked in the mining industry and knows mining equipment and operations, unlike many other lawyers. He has worked in rebuild shops and on the surface for mining operations. He has spent significant time on active underground coal mining operations.

Our team knows the dangers you face every day. We know how MSHA regulations affect your industry and we know what questions to ask during a thorough investigation of the incident. With our team on your side, you don't have to face the mining company defense lawyers on your own. We stand up and fight aggressively and have an excellent record of results on behalf of miners and their families.

Four reasons to choose Farmer, Cline & Campbell

Contact Farmer, Cline & Campbell to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys today. If we handle your case, there will be no legal fees unless you win money damages. Our offices are located in Charleston, Beckley and Morgantown.