CHARLESTON, W.Va. (April 8, 2019) - Bobby Warner and Boyd Warner have been named to the 2018 West Virginia Super Lawyers list, with attorney Andrew Byrd earning the publication's esteemed Rising Star recognition.
Most of us know what the saying "The acorn doesn't fall from the tree means," and it seems to apply to many things including the habit of buckling a seatbelt. Studies have shown that parents who don't buckle their seatbelts are less likely to encourage their children to buckle up, and as those kids grow up, the habit of not buckling up while driving and riding in a car seems to stick.
A Kanawha County couple is suing tractor trailer operators, citing alleged negligence.
A Putnam County motorist is suing a Wyoming County construction company and employee, alleging negligence in causing a vehicle crash.
HUNTINGTON - A certified nursing assistant is suing a Cabell County hospital, alleging discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.
LOGAN - A 70-year-old woman is suing JP Morgan Chase, alleging age discrimination and wrongful termination.
Warner Law Offices is pleased to announce that Bobby Warner has been inducted into the West Virginia Lawyers and Leaders Class of 2018 by the West Virginia University College of Law and West Virginia Executive Magazine.
Warner Law Offices is pleased to celebrate the achievements of Bobby Warner, who was inducted as a Fellow of the West Virginia Bar Foundation.
Bobby Warner, Lynnette Simon Marshall and Boyd Warner have been named to the 2018 West Virginia Super Lawyers list, with attorney Andrew Byrd earning the publication's esteemed Rising Star recognition.
Warner Law Offices is pleased to announce Lynnette Simon Marshall has been named its newest partner effective January 1, 2018.