You Were Injured By A Coal Truck. Fight Back To Win.
West Virginia Coal Truck Accident Injury Lawyers
Coal trucks are among the largest commercial vehicles on the roads, as they move coal over the hills and slopes of West Virginia. According to the West Virginia Citizen Action Group, these trucks have been weighed at nearly 200,000 pounds. A recent article published by Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News reports that more than 85 percent of them are overweight. When the driver of one of these giants loses control, every other vehicle and driver sharing the road are in danger.
Farmer, Cline & Campbell, PLLC, in Charleston, West Virginia, provides knowledgeable, effective representation of individuals and families that have become victims of coal truck accidents and other accidents involving the coal industry. Our personal injury and wrongful death litigation team handles major cases involving coal truck accidents and injuries related to mine safety violations in West Virginia:
- Coal truck accidents
- Defective coal truck parts and systems
- Machinery accidents
- Industrial accidents
Our Knowledge Of Haul Road And Coal Industry Law Sets Us Apart
While most coal truck drivers are well-trained, violations of mine safety regulations continue to plague our road system near the mines. Our coal truck accident litigation team includes senior partner Robert Campbell, who worked in the mining industry loading coal trucks prior to joining Farmer, Cline & Campbell. We use that experience and knowledge of coal industry safety regulations to fight hard against the insurance defense attorneys and their strategies to avoid liability.
If you have been injured or lost a family member in an accident involving a coal truck on a West Virginia road, contact us right away. Our offices are in Charleston, Beckley and Morgantown.