Helping You Seek Justice When A Loved One Has Died In A Coal Mining Accident

Working in a mine obviously presents certain dangers, but no one ever expects debilitating injury or death. When a family member is killed due to conditions in a coal mine, the grief is unquestionably overwhelming. In these immensely emotional times, it is crucial to do everything you can to protect your rights and obtain accountability. We ― the attorneys at Duffield, Lovejoy, Stemple & Boggs ― are prepared to help you do precisely that.

Contact us today and schedule your FREE initial consultation. You can reach us by phone at 304-521-4572 or toll free at 877-262-3376. You can even email us online if that is easier. From our office in Huntington, we help families throughout West Virginia.

We Will Fight To Obtain The Compensation You Deserve

We are prepared to represent families whose loved ones have been killed as a result of:

  • Mine collapses or roof falls
  • Mine explosions, including those caused by methane, propane gas or oil
  • Poisonous gas leaks
  • Misused or defective mining equipment
  • Failure to properly train co-workers
  • Rib rolls
  • Flooding
  • Electrocution
  • Deliberate and/or inexcusable exposure to danger

It is also important to realize that in West Virginia, it may be possible to obtain compensation for pain and suffering up until the point of death. We will do everything to recover workers' compensation benefits and compensation for pain and suffering as well as issues related to:

  • Medical services
  • Memorial and burial expenses
  • Injury to the deceased
  • Family suffering
  • Punitive damages
  • Pecuniary damages

With decades of knowledge and extensive experience in some of the most serious coal mine injury cases in the state, our attorneys are ready for any case, regardless of complexity. You have nothing to lose, so contact us today and learn how we can help you.