Clarksburg WV Attorney Personal Injury Workplace Harassment Law Practice Launch

Mountain State Law, a Clarksburg, WV personal injury law firm announced the launch of its advisory and representation services in the state. Headed by veteran attorneys Ron Kramer and Sam Harrold, the firm specializes in personal injury, accidental injury, and employment law including sexual harassment.

Clarksburg, United States - April 21, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Clarksburg, WV personal injury law firm Mountain State Law announced the launch of its legal services in the city and across the state. The firm’s practice areas cover major and minor automobile accidents, workplace injuries, and all aspects of employment law including discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination.

More information about Mountain State Law is available at http://mountainstatelaw.com

Personal or accidental injuries are often caused by the negligence of an individual or that of a corporation. Personal injury cases in the state of West Virginia are subject to a statute of limitations – 2 years after the date of the accident – before which a case must be filed in court. Mountain State Law focuses on providing time-sensitive and effective advice followed by strong legal representation to ensure the continued protection of a client’s rights.

The North Central West Virginia law firm’s advisory and representation services also cover several areas of employment law including workplace harassment, wrongful termination, discriminatory incidents, and injuries at work. The firm specializes in cases where traditional insurance or worker’s compensation are insufficient to compensate for medical bills, time off work, and the accompanying trauma and stress.

The law firm serves clients in the cities of Clarksburg, Bridgeport,, Morgantown, Fairmont, Elkins, Buckhannon, and the surrounding areas.

According to a spokesperson for Mountain State Law, “We believe in protecting the rights of individuals who have suffered on account of personal injury or any form of workplace harassment. The launch of our new firm represents our commitment towards helping clients receive justice. You don’t need to go through this alone–we’ll help you get what you deserve.”

Established in West Virginia as a personal injury law firm, Mountain State Law is headed by attorneys Ron Kramer and Sam Harrold who possess years of experience working with some of the state’s largest law firms. Clients of the U.S. Veteran-owned firm may request a free legal consultation and case evaluation over the phone at 304-715-3800 and at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Ron Kramer II
Email: Ron@MountainStateLaw.com
Organization: Mountain State Law
Address: 346 West Main Street, Clarksburg, WV 26301, United States
Phone: +1-304-715-3800

For more information, please visit http://MountainStateLaw.com

Source: NewsNetwork

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