The personal injury lawyers at Colombo Law have years of experience, countless resources, and a great team to work with. We also have one thing many other law firms don’t: passion.

We are intensely dedicated to helping the victims of accidents and injuries throughout West Virginia and Ohio. Our personal injury attorneys are committed to showing our clients kindness in a time of need, and our practice is devoted to helping them fight for the compensation they deserve.

This powerful dedication, commitment, and devotion fuels our passion for the law. It’s also what drives us to get the results we do, whether that’s an $800,000 settlement after a motorcycle accident or an $18,250,000 settlement after a truck accident.

We can’t guarantee the outcome of any case, but what we can guarantee is that, when you work with us, you will be working with a team of skilled legal professionals who want nothing more than to help you get money for your injuries and damages. In fact, our jobs depend on it. Because we charge on a contingency fee basis, we don’t get paid unless you do.

Our results and the testimonials our clients give speak for themselves. If you or a loved one have suffered a personal injury or been in an accident, do not hesitate to contact us at 888-860-1414 to schedule a free consultation and find out if you have a case.

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Featured Settlements

$18,250,000 -

Dino Colombo and the team at Colombo Law recently settled a trucking case from a collision out of the Clarksburg, WV area for $18.25 million. Dino... Read More »

$7,500,000 -

The lawyers at Colombo Law obtained a $7,500,000.00 settlement for a man who was severely injured while being cared for by a home health agency. The... Read More »

$1,700,000 -

A 19 year old man was killed in a tractor trailer on Interstate 79 near Morgantown, WV. The case settled for $1,700,000. Read More »

$21,500,000 -

A $21,500,000 settlement was reached. Details about the nature of the case and parties involved in this litigation are subject to a confidentiality agreement. Read More »

$5,700,000 -

Colombo Law obtains $5,700,000.00 settlement against a Natural Gas Service Company whose employee was tragically killed in truck accident. The Fracking Company had violated multiple regulations... Read More »

$3,000,000 -

Colombo Law recently settled a natural gas explosion case where a man in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia was severely burned in a natural gas explosion... Read More »

$3,000,000 -

49 year old woman on her way to work when an intoxicated driver crossed the center line and killed her. The driver was intoxicated on various... Read More »

$2,750,000 -

A $2.75 million settlement was reached by the attorneys of Colombo Law on behalf of the family of a 46 year old man who was killed... Read More »

$1,400,000 -

Colombo Law obtained a $1.4 million settlement against a major tractor trailer company in an accident that claimed the life of an elderly woman and injured... Read More »

$825,000 -

An $825,000 settlement was reached by the attorneys of Colombo Law on behalf of four members of a family who were involved in an automobile accident... Read More »

$4,750,000 -

Case involved a commercial truck whose driver was distracted because he was using his cellular phone to access the internet at the same time he was... Read More »

$800,000 -

The motorcycle rider was t-boned by a pick-up truck who negligently ran through a stop light. The motorcyclist’s leg was severely injured. The case settled for... Read More »


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DISCLAIMER: Verdicts and Settlements are listed on this website for informational purposes only. Future verdicts or settlements cannot necessarily be predicted from prior results. Colombo Law makes no guarantee that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters. Each case depends on its own unique facts, strengths and weaknesses, severity of damages/injuries, credibility of witnesses, availability of insurance coverage, and many other facts that can affect a claim's verdict and/or settlement amount. Because of this, you cannot assume that the same result would occur for you in your state under the particular facts of your case.