If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident, you’re not only trying to get through the trauma of being injured and heal, but you are also experiencing a range of emotions such as anger, fear, frustration and helplessness. Our attorneys can help you work through this difficult time of recovery.

Call our Morgantown attorneys for a free case evaluation at (304) 212-7289.

At Brewer & Giggenbach we represent people injured by the negligence of other parties. We can help you seek the full compensation you and your case deserve. Our attorneys are trial-tested and have over 70 years of combined experience to apply to your case. We understand why documenting your injury is important. It can help prove your case and, if need be, help a jury see why you deserve the level of compensation your case requires.

Documentation Can Help Prove Your Case And Its Severity

After a motor vehicle accident or other accident, documentation of your injuries is crucial for many reasons, including:

  • Medical bills can show the severity of your injuries.
  • Medical records document the symptoms, injuries and treatment you need because of the accident.
  • Ambulance and hospital bills can help prove that your injuries were directly caused by the accident in question because the date of service matches the accident date.
  • Medical records support your injury claim in a way that is hard for insurance companies to dispute.

Our attorneys have the medical knowledge to explain and prove your case to a jury. We can help jurors understand why your injury deserves the level of compensation you need.

We Offer A Free Case Evaluation

The experienced lawyers at Brewer & Giggenbach, PLLC will evaluate your case for free. Call our West Virginia law office at (304) 212-7289 or email our firm to schedule your appointment. We are not paid attorneys’ fees unless we win your case for you. We are paid on a contingency basis, which means any attorneys’ fees are paid out of the final settlement from the other party’s insurance company.