• Car Accidents
• Motorcycle Accidents
• Trucking Accidents
• Boating Accidents
• Premises Liability
• Product Liability
• Nursing Home Neglect/Abuse
• Workers’ Compensation
• Wrongful Death
• Medical Malpractice
Personal injuries resulting in the careless, negligent or reckless behavior of others can result in legal compensation for the medical care, pain and suffering and emotional distress of those actions. Motor vehicle accidents, on the job accidents, medical malpractice and product failures can result in temporary or permanent injuries that require sustained medical treatments, equipment or changes in job status. In the worst cases, this negligence can result in death.
Lance Rollo works to ensure his clients receive fair compensation while receiving respectful, professional and compassionate legal representation. These situations are often the most difficult time in your life. Lance can help explain the statutes of limitations, legal procedures and options in your case. He can help you understand what legal technicalities may stand in the way of your claim or any compensation you are entitled to.
Who should pay? The party at fault may be legally responsible for compensating you for a wide range of injury related expenses. These expenses may include medical costs and treatments; property damage; pain and suffering; lost wages and income and in some cases, punitive damages.
It’s critical to speak with an attorney before talking with insurance companies or legal representatives from the other party. An attorney working for you can help ensure you don’t forgo your rights or say anything that might be used to reduce or deny your compensation. Your attorney will consult accident investigators, engineers, police authorities and witnesses to gather the facts and details regarding your case. If someone else is responsible for the damages, you deserve maximum compensation through settlement negotiations and courtroom proceedings.
Contact Lance Rollo today for a free consultation and initial review of your case. It is possible to work under a contingency basis, where you will not pay attorney costs or fees unless your attorney successfully recovers compensation for you.
Client, through no fault of her own and while exercising due care for her own safety, fell in front of a local pharmacy store. The reason for the fall was that the area in front of the store was in significant disrepair. Despite the store initially denying liability, Mr. Rollo was able to settle this matter for a significant monetary sum for his client.
Frequently asked questions:
What is wrongful death? – A wrongful death is an unnecessary death that has been caused by the negligence of another person. Examples of wrongful death include those caused by a drunk, reckless or careless driver, deaths caused by the manufacture of an unsafe, defective or dangerous product, or even deaths caused by a physician’s failing to diagnose a treatable disease.
What types of damages can I get? – West Virginia law specifies that wrongful death claims may be made to obtain monetary damages to cover the earnings the deceased person would have provided. Other damages that may be recovered include:
– Loss of support.
– Lost of benefits, such as insurance, from the death.
– Loss of love, companionship, comfort, care, assistance, protection, affection or care suffered by the survivor of the decedent.
– In some cases, punitive damages, intended to punish wrongdoers and prevent them from harming others.
How can Attorney Lance Rollo help me in a wrongful death suit? – Lance Rollo can bring in medical experts to serve as witness if your wrongful death suit goes to trial. In some cases, they can also obtain the medical records of wrongful death victims to be used as courtroom evidence.
The Law Offices of Lance Rollo can provide you with aggressive defense and knowledgeable counsel to help you win your case so that you can recover from the financial burdens of medical bills and funeral expenses after losing your loved one.