Mountain State Law, headquartered in Clarksburg, West Virginia offers a personal injury legal service protecting the rights of parties injured or killed on one of the most dangerous stretches of Route 50, extending from Clarksburg to Parkersburg, West Virginia.

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Because of the steady development of the oil and gas fields in Clarksburg, West Union, and Parkersburg areas over the last few years, commercial vehicle traffic has exponentially increased creating a hazardous situation for motorists who use this road.

Collisions with big rigs, tractor-trailers, and commercial trucks are common on this stretch of Route 50. Most motorists are unaware that a collision case involving a commercial vehicle is much more complicated than a simple car accident. Professional drivers have additional responsibilities for the safety of themselves, their vehicles, and the people around them. In addition, there are multiple entities that could be at fault for the collision including the driver, the company where the driver is employed, the people who maintain the vehicle, or others. 

Mountain State Law founder and personal injury attorney Sam Harrold III is familiar with the unique nuances of Route 50, the various commercial companies that operate in the area, as well as insurance companies, judges, and the attitudes a jury may have toward a victim. This knowledge and experience helps the law firm consistently win large settlements for their injured clients.

This Clarksburg, West Virginia law firm highly recommends that anyone involved in an accident with a commercial vehicle contact them for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation to discuss their situation. An experienced and knowledgeable personal injury attorney can make all the difference in the favorable resolution of these types of cases. For more information about truck accident injuries, see

Mountain State Law also helps the families who are victims of wrongful death, which is unfortunately a common result of a collision with a commercial vehicle due to the size and weight of big-rigs, tractor trailers, dump trucks, and other large vehicles. Wrongful death cases on this stretch of Highway 50 between Clarksburg and Parkersburg, West Virginia have included both car accidents and tractor-trailer & truck collisions. Details about representation in these cases can be found at

While no attorney can bring back a loved one who was taken too soon, they can ease the financial burden of lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering caused by the negligence of others. 

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