An Industrial Accident Can Mean A Lifetime Of Loss
Industrial Accident Injury Lawsuit Attorney
In late December 1970, Congress passed into law the Occupational Safety and Health Act. The act gave the federal government the authority to oversee and enforce safety standards in the workplace and is responsible for preventing countless industrial accidents that otherwise would have resulted in injuries and deaths.
Unfortunately, employers, property owners and construction companies do not always abide by OSHA standards. Every year, hardworking people continue to suffer death and injuries in industrial accidents ranging from scaffolding or other workplace falls to accidents in areas classified as "confined spaces" under OSHA law.
We have experience handling OSHA violation lawsuits
Farmer, Cline & Campbell has the professional, technical and financial resources required to handle the most complex personal injury cases, including complex OSHA rules and regulations.
If you or a family member has been involved in an industrial accident in West Virginia, talk to a personal injury lawyer who understands how OSHA regulations may impact your claim. Our team is headed by attorneys Stephen Farmer, Danny Cline and Robert Campbell. We offer our clients extensive litigation experience in all areas relating to industrial accidents, including defective manufacturing machinery, workplace falls, explosions and other workplace accidents that OSHA was enacted to prevent.
Contact us to discuss the circumstances of your industrial accident injury or wrongful death claim. We have locations in Charleston, Beckley and Morgantown. At Farmer, Cline & Campbell, you have experience and resources at your side.