West Virginia Lawyers For Coal Mine Explosion Injuries

By definition, the business of coal mining requires powerful machinery to move through the Earth. When cutting into rock, there are many ignition sources that pose risks to coal miners. That said, it is important to realize that when a coal mine is run safely and according to regulation, there will almost never be any explosions. There are many ways to prevent explosions, some of which are obligatory regulations of any coal mine. This may include ventilation, rock dusting and proper equipment maintenance.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a coal mining explosion, our team is ready to put decades of experience to obtain the compensation to which you are entitled.

Injured In A Coal Mining Accident? Contact A West Virginia Coal Mine Explosion Injury Attorney.

Because our attorneys have represented the families of coal miners in some of the most serious coal mining accident cases in the United States, including the Upper Big Branch mine explosion on April 5, 2010, there is no coal mining injury case for which we are not prepared. We can look into any and all state or federal regulations that were not adhered to when bringing a suit against an employer, in addition to securing workers' comp benefits. We are here for you.

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If you have suffered serious personal injury or have lost a loved one as a result of an accidental or wrongful death, our lawyers can help. We at the Huntington law firm of Duffield, Lovejoy, Stemple & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, have over 70 years of combined legal experience handling personal injury claims. Please contact our West Virginia attorneys to schedule a free initial consultation.