Woelfel & Woelfel is a family law firm that vigorously advocates for individuals that have been wrongfully injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. Whether you have been injured or lost a loved one in an automobile, tractor trailer or heavy machinery accident or as a result of a defective product, Woelfel & Woelfel have the knowledge and experience to obtain top dollars for you or a loved one.
We maintain the same aggressive approach and dedication regardless of the severity of the injuries or potential value of the claim. Whether it is a small impact motor vehicle accident or a tractor trailer accident on the interstate we treat our clients like family because we appreciate the impact these incidents have on people’s family, workplace and their wallet. We have an excellent track record at resolving claims outside of the courtroom but prepare in every case for trial to ensure our client’s interests are fully protected.
Every consultation is free and there is no fee until we successfully obtain a cash award. We are available for consultation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Woelfel & Woelfel is an experienced personal injury law firm specializing in car accidents, nursing home neglect, truck accidents, wrongful death, industrial accidents, social security disability (SSDI), product liability, workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, and much more. Our personal injury attorneys serve all of Huntington, West Virginia as well as Cabell County and Wayne County.
Clients come to Woelfel & Woelfel because they want the best personal injury lawyer in Huntington. Our commitment to clients is second to none and we work hard to make sure that justice is served. We have a proven record of success in Huntington and our firm has the resources and experience to obtain a maximum recovery in personal injury and wrongful death cases.
If you have been injured or wronged and seek the financial compensation you deserve, then please contact a Huntington personal injury lawyer at Woelfel & Woelfel for a Free Case Evaluation. Choosing an attorney is an important decision so Contact Us today to discuss the options available to you.
Michael Woelfel is from Huntington, West Virginia and attended Marshall University for undergraduate studies followed by earning his Juris Doctorate from West Virginia University. Michael served as an assistant prosecuting attorney in Cabell County subsequent to graduation. Michael was then appointed, on a part-time basis, to a juvenile judicial office for the Supreme Court of Appeals.
Michael has concentrated his practice on personal injury litigation including chemical exposure, wrongful death, medical malpractice and severe automobile, tractor trailer and heavy machinery accidents. Michael also has experience with mass tort litigation. The firm obtained compensation for approximately 200 individuals who were exposed to dangerous chemicals in 2004.
Michael takes great satisfaction in the monies he has obtained for hundreds of clients over his three decades of practice. Michael has served on numerous boards and commissions over his years of practice and is very conscious of the importance of community service.
Matthew WoelfelMatthew James Woelfel is from Huntington, West Virginia and attended St. Josephs High School and New Hampton Preparatory Academy. Matthew received an undergraduate degree in History from Marshall University and his Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley School of Law. Prior to joining his father’s law practice, Matthew was employed by the Supreme Court of Appeals as a law clerk assigned to the Honorable Judge Dan O’Hanlon in the 6th Judicial Circuit. In 2007, Matthew was appointed Fiduciary Commissioner of Cabell County and presides over hearings regarding estate matters. Matthew is an active member of his community and sits on various boards throughout the tri-state area.
Matthew has experience in handling chemical exposure, wrongful death, workplace discrimination, medical malpractice and motor vehicle accident cases.Matthew is married to formerly Stacie Lynn Davis and they have two children, Colin and Carter.