FAQs

legal FAQThis is where you can find answers to some of the most frequently asked legal questions. Here we provide answers to questions pertaining to personal injury, medical malpractice, business, employment, & child custody law questions as well as other, more general legal questions. If you have a question that is not addressed here, please contact us for answers to your legal questions.

Even if addressed here, please note that the answers to these FAQs are not a substitute for seeking competent legal counsel to address the specifics of your situation. Laws vary by jurisdiction and are ever changing because of changes in applicable statutes and regulations and precedent established by court decisions.

Every case is different and it is important that you actually consult with an attorney on your legal issues, to address all aspects of your matter.

If you are contemplating filing a civil action to redress a wrong or injury, it is important that you consult with an attorney early in the process to ensure that your interests are protected, and that you do not miss any applicable deadlines for filing (aka statute of limitations).

Find your answers below:

Do I need a Lawyer?

If you are asking whether you need a lawyer in the first place,then you probably should consult with an attorney regarding your legal matter. Many law firms offer free initial consultations, which really makes it a no-brainer – obtain a free consultation on your case! Call us today for a free consultation (304) 381-2166 | (855) 822-0140. 

What Counties do you practice in?

Our most commonly serviced Counties and courts where we practice include: Monongalia County, Marion County, Harrison County, Preston County, Taylor County, Lewis County, Barbour County, Upshur County, Randolph County, Mineral County, Hampshire County, Grant County, Berkeley County, Jefferson County, Wood County, and Kanawha County in West Virginia. 

We also regularly handle legal matters throughout northern West Virginia – particularly in Fairmont, Grafton, Kingwood, Clarksburg, Bridgeport, Weston, Philippi, Buchannon, Elkins, Romney, Keyser, Martinsburg, Charles Town, Moundsville, Weirton, Wheeling & Parkersburg West Virginia. In some significant personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice cases, we will also handle claims throughout the state of West Virginia, including in Charleston, Beckley, Huntington, Bluefield, & Princeton, West Virginia.

Do you offer Remote Services?

Business & Transactional Services Can Be Provided Remotely

However, if you have a business transactional matter, need a contract drafted or reviewed, or need assistance with a will, power of attorney, prenuptial or postnuptial/antenuptial agreement, these legal services, which are typically billed on a flat-fee or hourly basis, can be provided at a greater distance or remotely, without incurring any additional expense to you, the client.

Flexible Billing Arrangements

In hourly-billed matters, it is up to you the client to arrange with us how we will handle and bill your legal matter and we are flexible in our fee arrangements and offer reduced travel rates in some cases. Thus, if you have determined that you want us to work for you, because of our principles of integrity, dedication and commitment to our clients and our trial and business experience, please contact us today and let’s work together on your legal matter.

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