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Law Firm in Canada recommended WF&M for brain injury caused by a tractor trailer
Lawyers for Wilson, Frame & Metheney traveled to Canada. They spent several days with various experts to assess Graham’s damages and to prepare the case for trial.
WF&M was recommended by UMWA union officials, safety officials and fellow miners
UMWA union officials, previously injured local miners and safety officials all recommended Wilson, Frame and Metheney’s 30+ years of experience in coal mine injuries and wrongful deaths.
WF&M secured confidential documents to prove nursing home neglect
Wilson, Frame and Metheney legally secured confidential documents, which proved the nursing home employees were negligent for failing to correctly and safely transport their resident.
WF&M maximized the recovery and settlement by finding additional compensation in the defendant’s insurance
Wilson, Frame and Metheney searched beyond the trucking company’s $1m insurance policy and found that his employer also carried a $1m underinsured policy. Also, since the West Virginia man was driving for his job, the law firm obtained workers comp benefits to cover his medical expenses.
WF&M secured a settlement for a gas well explosion victim’s immediate family.
Because WF&M has represented a number of cases involving gas well explosions, extensive burns, inhalation burns and wrongful death, they knew where to start and what needed to be done to identify responsibility for the injuries and fatalities.
WF&M experts reenact accident to help determine liability
The attorneys at Wilson, Frame and Metheney are experienced in multi-vehicle accidents and know how important it is to collect crucial evidence, eyewitness accounts and opinions from experts.
WF&M proved negligence and won settlement for injured motorcyclist
On December 1, 2013, Jay was returning home from a charity event in Harrison County, W.Va. when a driver collided into the rear of his motorcycle, pitching him approximately 25 feet.
WF&M wins fight against insurance company for small business owner
On March 26, 2013, Bill, owner of a local business, was driving his work pick-up truck north on Route 26, near Howesville, Preston County, W. Va when a Ford Taurus traveling south failed to yield the right of way, turning left into Bill’s direct path, causing a T-bone collision.