Myra, West Virginia Lawyers
Dolance Law Office, PLLC, represents clients for a range of legal concerns, including those pertaining to personal injury and wrongful death, aggressive criminal defense, and select family law issues. Located in Wayne, West Virginia, Dolance Law Office helps individuals and families throughout the State of West Virginia, but primarily in Wayne County and Cabell County. Injury, accidental death, medical malpractice, employment law, and many other cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. This means NO FEES unless YOU WIN. Attorney Jack C. Dolance is dedicated to obtaining the best possible outcome for you.
Barney Law PLLC provides aggressive representation for clients in the areas of wrongful death, serious personal injury, employment-related matters and criminal defense. We strive to know our clients as individuals, not by case name or number. Our sole focus is achieving the best results for our clients.
I graduated from WVU School of Law with a Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1995. Since then I have worked for Peyton Law Firm, worked as a Family Court Judge and am still a Temporary Family Court Judge, and I have maintained my own law firm - Nibert Law Office, PLLC. I am now accepting clients in divorce, custody, paternity, child support, adoption, and guardianships. I am also accepting cases in the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice, Social Security Disability/SSI, and employment law.
Mr. Blair resides in Putnam County and has always been dedicated to serving his community. After receiving his B.F.A. from Marshall University, he attended and graduated from West Virginia University College of Law. At WVU, he worked in a legal clinic, working closely with clients in southern West Virginia and local governments and municipalities throughout the state. He also actively participated in a mediation program designed to mediate civil matters in local magistrate courts after being trained in mediation by the West Virginia State Bar. Mr. Blair later served as law clerk for several circuit court judges in the...