Logging And Timber Accidents

West Virginia is a leading producer of timber and wood byproducts and thousands of people earn their living in the timber industry. Despite Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations governing safety for workers, working with large logging vehicles, saws and processing machinery means that logging remains one of the most dangerous industries in the nation.

Attorneys Stephen Farmer, Danny Cline and Robert Campbell at Farmer, Cline & Campbell, PLLC, stand ready to help workers fight to protect their rights after being injured on the job. We can provide aggressive representation for injured loggers and their families beyond workers' compensation.

Farmer, Cline & Campbell is available to handle injury cases involving:

  • Workplace injuries
  • Industrial accidents
  • Defective or unsafe logging machinery
  • Property owner negligence, property liability claims
  • Logging truck accident injuries

We are known for having the resources necessary to do things right. Whether we are standing up to fight against manufacturers of defective machinery, negligent property owners or your employer's insurance company, we prepare every case to win maximum compensation in court. We know how insurance companies view injury cases. Unless the insurance defense lawyers know they will lose in court, they won't settle for a nickel.

We handle timber and logging accident catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases involving:

  • Head injuries, brain injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Back, neck and shoulder injury
  • Burns, explosion and fire injuries
  • Amputation, loss of limb, disfigurement

Four reasons to choose Farmer, Cline & Campbell

Contact us as soon as possible after your accident. If you are unable to come to our offices in Charleston, Morgantown or Beckley, we will meet with you at your hospital room or home. We offer a free consultation and you will not pay legal fees unless we can help you recover money damages for your claim.