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50 Years Of Trial Success

Fighting Fiercely For Industrial Accident Victims

In West Virginia, there are industries where workers face risk of serious injury or even death. When the unthinkable occurs, they and their families deserve to know where the responsibility lies for a serious accident and whether their employer adhered to safety regulations or was negligent in any way.

At Frankovitch, Anetakis, Simon, Decapio & Pearl, LLP, we know you have suffered a great loss. We have represented individuals and their families suffering after an industrial accident throughout our 50 years of practice. Our highly experienced team of lawyers considers your fight our fight — and we will do everything possible to see that you get the damages owed.

What Are General Damages?

The suffering you are facing after a serious injury or the loss of a family after a workplace accident feels so large it’s difficult to quantify. But in wrongful death and other personal injury cases, the negligent party can be ordered to pay a spouse an amount in general damages for loss of companionship or emotional distress.

Special damages are those that can be calculated specifically, such as medical expenses or the loss of that person’s income and financial support for their family.

Frankovitch, Anetakis, Simon, Decapio & Pearl, LLP, aggressively fights for the rights of injured workers and their families. Our lawyers draw on the experience of three generations at the firm. Please contact us for high-quality representation after an industrial accident involving:

  • Oil and gas rigs
  • Explosions
  • Chemical and toxic exposure
  • Construction sites
  • Mills
  • Severe injury, paralysis or amputation

Get 50 Years Of Experience In Your Corner

Personal injury cases follow a contingency fee agreement. You will not pay attorney fees until we win monetary damages for you.

To schedule a consultation at one of our three locations in West Virginia — Weirton, Wheeling or Chester — call 800-564-4050. Our attorneys also are licensed to practice in Ohio and Pennsylvania.