The Bell Law Firm, PLLC, focuses on representing clients in personal injury matters. We are especially adept at representing clients in West Virginia nursing home negligence cases. In addition, we are the "go-to" law firm in the Charleston area for dangerous drug, medical malpractice and surgical errors as well as product cases involving manufacturing recalls.
If you have been injured in a serious accident, if a loved one was neglected or abused in a nursing home, or if you lost a loved one in a fatal accident caused by negligence, we will fight for the compensation you deserve.
When an individual enters a medical facility for treatment, they are placing their well-being in the hands of doctors and staff they hope are correctly trained and able to perform their job successfully.
Unfortunately, mistakes can happen. From surgical errors, misdiagnosis and birthing room errors to anesthesia oversights, bacterial infections and a multitude of other potentially dangerous causes, such errors can lead to life changing consequences for injury victims and their families.
At The Bell Law Firm, we have detailed knowledge of the medical malpractice laws in West Virginia and can help to fight for your MAXIMUM injury compensation benefit.
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For more than 30 years, the Charleston personal injury lawyers of The Bell Law Firm, PLLC have helped the people and businesses of West Virginia protect their interests and rights. We possess the flexibility and independence necessary to adapt our resources to the unique needs of our clients.
In personal injury cases, we have recovered MILLIONS of dollars for clients injured because of nursing home abuse, motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice or defective products. For businesses, we have forged solid legal strategies to prevent legal problems from arising in the future. Our Charleston injury attorneys consult with expert witnesses in the medical, investigative, financial and manufacturing fields to develop information and facts that support our clients' cases.
It's simple - we have the legal, technological and expert witness resources needed to build strong, convincing cases in today's world.
In addition to personal injury, we also handle employment law matters and commercial litigation. Our firm has represented victims of discrimination and sexual harassment (among other employee issues). We have protected our clients' interests in business disputes, breach of contract, those involving cold transactions, and theft of corporation. We have the experience and knowledge to achieve your goals for a successful outcome.
If you or someone you know has suffered a serious personal injury due to the negligence of another individual, or as a result of a defective drug or dangerous product, we can help determine if there are sufficient grounds to file a lawsuit and if so, the most effective way to begin pursuing a claim for compensation.
Our team of highly skilled lawyers and support staff develop legal strategies to solve problems and put the law on your side. We also handle cases on a contingent fee basis. You do not pay attorney fees unless we win your case. There is no risk in hiring our services.
For more information regarding how we can help you or your business, contact our Charleston personal injury and employment law attorneys at the law office of The Bell Law Firm, PLLC today by calling 1-800-342-1701.
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