Tireless Advocates For Victims Of Catastrophic Or Fatal Accidents
When a catastrophic or deadly accident drastically changes your life, you need a strong ally to give you answers and hope. At Frankovitch, Anetakis, Simon, Decapio & Pearl, LLP, we provide wise legal counsel to individuals and families who are looking for solutions after a serious accident. Since 1967, we have secured favorable results for personal injury victims and their loved ones in West Virginia, helping them move on after a difficult time.
Qualified To Handle Your Catastrophic Accident Claim
Catastrophic accident claims are rarely straightforward legal matters. At-fault parties and insurance companies do everything in their power to challenge these claims because they do not want to be responsible for life-long rehabilitation and years of medical care.
At our multigenerational firm, we use decades of experience and cutting-edge legal strategies to get results. We have the financial resources and legal insight to advocate for victims suffering severe injuries that include:
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
- Spinal cord injuries
- Severe burns
- Internal injuries
Helping Family Members File Wrongful Death Claims
Our attorneys also represent family members in wrongful death claims after a fatal accident or after severe injuries lead to death. If your loved one was not able to recover from injuries sustained in an accident, we will develop an aggressive plan to hold the at-fault individuals or businesses responsible. We routinely recover compensation to pay for funeral and burial expenses, medical bills related to the fatal accident, lost wages and noneconomical damages.
Get A Proven Legal Team On Your Side
We are here to give you the honest answers that you deserve. Talk to one of our experienced personal injury attorneys for free. Reach us online or over the phone at 800-564-4050 to schedule an appointment for your free consultation. From our offices in Chester, Wheeling and Weirton, we proudly serve clients throughout West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania.