West Virginia Personal Injury/Car Accident Attorneys
The Wolfe Law Firm located in Elkins, West Virginia, is a regional personal injury law firm with lawyers who are experienced in representing persons who are injured in motor vehicle accidents and have suffered personal injury throughout North Central West Virginia.
The highway system in West Virginia can be dangerous and deadly. Too often, when we are traveling in a motor vehicle, our lives are placed in danger from uninsured drivers, drunk drivers, and tractor trailers. If you have been injured or someone you love has been killed in a car accident, you need a law firm that understands the trucking and automobile accident laws in West Virginia. The Wolfe Law Firm has helped victims of auto accidents for over 20 years.
Call today to learn your rights regarding car accidents toll free at 1-877-637-5756. Insurance companies and adjustors have their attorneys, shouldn’t you?
West Virginia Injury and Accident Claim Lawyers
Today insurance companies and corporations immediately go on the defense when a person has been seriously injured or killed. Often, they start destroying, hiding and changing the evidence to protect what they value most, their profits.
If you or someone you love has been seriously injured, contact an attorney immediately to learn about you rights. Call the Wolfe Law Firm, free of charge, for more information at 1-877-637-5756.
We are an experienced law firm that has handled hundreds of types personal injury cases, including wrongful death, back/spine injury, and brain injury. Wolfe Law Firm has also handled numerous personal injury cases caused by construction accidents, slip and falls, explosions and fires, nursing homes, product liability, insurance claims, sexual abuse and assault, and medical mistakes.
It is important to speak to an attorney soon after an injury. If you have a claim, steps must be taken to ensure that evidence and your claim are preserved. The sooner you discuss your claim with an attorney the better because evidence and memories may tend to fade.
Call the Wolfe Law firm today 1-877-637-5756 for a free confidential consultation.
Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys
It is extremely intimidating to be facing a charge or to be indicted in the federal court system. In North Central West Virginia, if you are facing an indictment or criminal charge in federal court, you need an experienced federal criminal defense lawyer. The Wolfe Law Firm has over 20 years of experience in representing citizens charged with crimes in the United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia. Our lawyers have handled federal drug charges, federal white-collar crimes, federal computer crimes, federal weapons charges, and federal postal crimes.
Federal court has its own system of Rules and Procedures which an attorney must be experienced and knowledgeable about in order to represent a person charged with a federal crime. The law concerning the Federal Sentencing Guidelines and rulings from the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court are constantly changing the legal landscape.
The Federal Court for the Northern District of West Virginia has points of holding in four of the following Federal Courthouses: Elkins, West Virginia; Clarksburg, West Virginia; Wheeling, West Virginia, and Martinsburg, West Virginia.
If you have received a summons to appear before the federal magistrate or have been indicted,
you do need to consult with an attorney experienced in federal court. Sometime the United States Attorney's Office will send out what is termed a “target letter”. If you receive a “target letter,” or if any federal agent wants to talk to you about a matter, you need to consult with an attorney immediately. Call the Wolfe Law Firm today. All initial consultations concerning federal criminal matters are free 1-877-637-5756.
Criminal Defense In Circuit Court And Magistrate Court
West Virginia has 55 counties and each county has a circuit court and a magistrate court. Persons who have been charged with crimes or arrested, can be brought up on criminal charges in either magistrate or circuit courts. All felony charges must be heard in the circuit court and most misdemeanors are heard in magistrate court.
If you or someone you care about have been indicted, charged with a crime, served with a summons or a complaint, you need to consult with an attorney immediately. Call the Wolfe Law Firm 1-877-637-5756 for a free initial consultation. Your freedom, and the freedom of your loved ones, is the most valuable thing you have. Today, the criminal courts in West Virginia feel that incarceration is always a solution. West Virginia has the second highest prison growth rate out of all fifty states, with our prison population has doubled in the past ten years, while the crime rate has declined.
The Wolfe Law Firm knows that your freedom is important and believes that the rights of citizens must be protected. We have lawyers who have handled thousands of criminal cases throughout West Virginia. We are experienced trial attorneys and recognize that in today’s environment, prosecutors are forcing more cases to trial. Call for a free criminal law consultation 1-877-637-5756.
The Wolfe Law Firm routinely handles cases throughout North Central West Virginia in numerous circuit courts, including Randolph County (Elkins), Tucker County (Parsons), Barbour County (Philippi), Upshur County (Buckhannon), Harrison County (Clarksburg), Lewis County (Weston), Preston County (Kingwood), Braxton County (Sutton), Pocahontas County (Franklin), and Taylor County (Grafton).
Our firm has represented citizens from a variety of towns in North Central West Virginia, including Morgantown, Bridgeport, Philippi, Star City, Fairmont, Clarksburg, Grafton, Kingwood, Marlinton, Sutton, Weston, Jane Lew, Buckhannon, Elkins and Parsons.
Compassionate man who will undertake all you legal needs in an efficient manner, with satisfaction as the end result.
You and your entire office staff were very professional and helpful and I was very pleased with the settlement I received.
J.G., Mill Creek
The Law Firm of Dorwin J. Wolfe is a very professional firm. It has been a very good experience dealing with them. Dorwin is a very smart, informative and friendly attorney. He and his staff are knowledgeable and always there to answer your questions and keep you informed on what is happening on your case. I highly recommend them to anyone needing any attorney. He puts a lot of time and effort into his cases.
When I first came to Mr. Wolfe’s office, everyone was so family like. They always worked around my schedule, which was so nice because I was soon to become a mother. The office would always call me with updates on my case, and to make sure that myself and my beautiful baby girl were doing well. Mr. Wolfe and his workers worked very hard on my case and never judged me so it was very easy to open up to them. It was so nice just to feel a part of my case, and I felt confident with ever of the way. They were all so helpful, understanding, devoted and compassionate about my case. I had such a great experience with everyone, and I highly recommend this Law Firm. They got me everything I needed to get back on my feet after my car wreck. You guys made everything go so smooth. Thank you for all the hard work and time that you guys have put in.
K.L. French Creek
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