Personal Injury Lawyers in West Virginia
Reasons To Choose Us
- We Have 40+ Years Of Experience
- We Provide Free Case Consultations
- We’re A Top-Rated & Award-Winning Law Firm
- We’ve Recovered Over Tens Of Millions Of Dollars
- We Have An Exceptional Track Record Of Success
- We Prioritize The Satisfaction Of Our Valued Clients
- We’re A Traditional Firm Who Takes A Progressive Approach
40+ years of experience,
Berthold Law Firm, PLLC in West Virginia serves clients with compassion and dedication. Our firm's
focus is on personal injury law. We are passionate about helping victims
find recompense for their suffering and we firmly believe in holding those
responsible whose negligent behavior caused the harm.
Personal injury law covers everything from slips or falls, to wrongful
death cases, and everything in between. At the core of every personal
injury case is an act of negligence or careless behavior that resulted
in a hazardous situation. If you believe that you or a loved one suffered
due to the improper conduct of another, you may be entitled to receive
compensation for lost resources that went toward medical bills, lost wages,
and coping with pain and suffering.
Our Focus on Personal Injury Law
At Berthold Law Firm, PLLC, our attorneys have a dedicated focus and exclusively
practice personal injury law. We have succeeded in recovering tens of
millions of dollars for our clients and we are confident that our skills
and approach can continue to succeed.
We take the following types of personal injury cases:
Personal Injury Statute of Limitations
If you are thinking of filing a persona injury claim in West Virginia,
it is important to understand you have a time limit to file your injury
lawsuit. This time limit is called the statute of limitations. In West
Virginia, you have 2 years to file your claim with the courts, and the
timeframe begins from the date of your accident. This is why filing a
personal injury claim as soon as possible is so important, if you miss
your window of opportunity, you could be barred from collecting compensation
for your injuries.
West Virginia Caps on Injury Damages
In addition to time limits, you also face damage caps for how much you
can recover in a personal injury claim. For wrongful death and catastrophic
injuries, West Virginia caps non-economic damages at $500,000. In all
other personal injury cases, the damages are capped at $250,000 for non-economic
damages. This does not limit the medical expenses and lost wages portion
of your compensation, but pain and suffering damages can be a large portion
of many personal injury cases. When you work with our
West Virginia personal injury attorney, you can rest assured they are ready to do whatever it takes to secure
you get the maximum compensation for your injuries.
How We Help Our Clients
If you are interested in retaining the services of a skilled lawyer, we
recommend that you get in touch with us as soon as possible. The statute
of limitations to file a personal injury or wrongful death case in West
Virginia is generally 2 years. The sooner you begin, the better chance
you have of obtaining compensation before the time allotted to pursue
a claim has expired. We are a traditional firm with a progressive approach.
In order to better assist our clients, we have a registered nurse on staff
who can help with medical evaluations. Above all at Berthold Law Firm,
PLLC, client satisfaction comes first.
Tell our West Virginia personal injury lawyers about the circumstances
that surrounded your injury during a free case evaluation. We can get back to you with our advice and suggest a method of moving forward.