About Our Firm
WV Personal Injury & Employment Lawyers
It could be an employer who has made you feel unsafe in your workplace through discrimination, sexual harassment, or dangerous conditions. It could be a distracted driver who has caused you physical harm, or an insurance company who has refused to compensate you for your losses. These situations are not your fault, but often the responsible parties simply get away without paying for what they’ve done.
We’re here to change that.
Mountain State Law serves citizens in North Central West Virginia who have been wronged by someone else. As a personal injury law firm based in Clarksburg, attorney Sam Harrold uses his years of experience and expertise to quickly and effectively resolve your case so you can move on with your life.
If you have been wronged by someone, contact us for a FREE consultation and find out what it’s like to have someone fight for you.
The Legal Help You Deserve.
That’s why the experts at Mountain State Law will work to earn your trust. We will discuss your situation thoroughly, evaluate your case, and work to get you the best outcome as quickly as possible.
Because when you’ve been taken advantage of, you deserve someone who will stand up for you and your best interests.
We work primarily in the following areas of personal injury and employment law:
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