Premises liability law involves the legal responsibilities of property owners and occupiers to prevent injuries to persons on their property.
In West Virginia, property owners and occupiers face increased exposure since the Supreme Court of Appeals for West Virginia abolished the legal distinction between “invitees,” “licensees” and “trespassers.
At the law firm of Bailey & Wyant, PLLC, our attorneys represent state, county and municipal government bodies in Charleston, in Kanawha County and throughout the State of West Virginia. We understand how to defend government agencies, employees and officers in the myriad of claims that can be asserted against them.
Companies, manufacturers, wholesalers and other related business are routinely sued by workers, residents, consumers, vendors, and contractors for alleged exposure to chemicals and related products. They claim that the exposure leads to various illnesses.
Truck accidents are all too common in West Virginia. Major interstates I-64, I-77, and I-79 overlap here. West Virginia is a major coal mining and transport state. These and other factors contribute to the numerous accidents and injuries caused on our state’s roads and highways each year.
At the law firm of Bailey & Wyant, PLLC, we represent businesses and their insurance companies in workers’ compensation and unemployment compensation cases.
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