Attorney Kolenich was admitted to practice law in 2004 and is licensed in state and federal court in West Virginia and Ohio. She is a...read more
We're Here for People When They Need Us Most.
At the Klie Law Offices, we're on your side. We take every case seriously, and we understand how easily unfair treatment can affect your quality of life. Our experienced West Virginia attorneys have a proven track record of success, and we'll use our resources to fight for you. We'll take the time to learn about your case and your background, and we'll be there for you every step of the way.
"I hear a lot of complaints about other attorneys not returning phone calls and not having someone accessible to them," Attorney Kolenich said. "I think that's one of the things that sets us apart - we're here for people when they need us most."
Our law firm handles a wide range of cases throughout West Virginia. Some of the most common cases we regularly handle at our firm include:
No matter what type of legal case you're dealing with in West Virginia, it's critical that you contact us as soon as possible. A delay may affect your right to initiate legal proceedings.
Some injury victims want to wait to contact a lawyer. Maybe their injury seems minor. Maybe the person who caused the accident admitted wrongdoing. Maybe an insurance company has made a financial offer. There are many reasons why people don't contact a lawyer right away.
Don't make the same mistake. There's no such thing as a "minor" personal injury case. Accidents involving negligence almost always turn out to be much more complicated than they first appeared. That's especially true if the person who caused your accident changes stories. People accused of being at fault often claim they did nothing wrong - or even try to blame the victim.
And then there are the insurance companies. Always be suspicious if an insurance company offers you money soon after an accident. Don't get fooled into thinking an insurance adjuster is your friend. Most insurance companies only care about one thing - paying injury victims as little as possible. We will help you stand up to the insurance companies and show them you are serious about getting the compensation you need and deserve.
Depending on the details of your accident, you have rights as an accident victim based on various federal and state laws. In general, most injury victims should not have to pay for their medical expenses if someone else caused their accident.
But accidents are rarely straightforward. And West Virginia's legal system can be confusing, especially if you have never been in an accident before. With so much at stake, it's important to have an attorney who thoroughly understands West Virginia's laws - someone advocating for your rights every step of the way.
When you get in touch with us for a free and confidential consultation, we will explain your rights and all the legal options available to you. That way you can make an educated choice about which legal strategy is right for you. We don't work for insurance companies. We focus our attention on what's best for you.
We are based in Buckhannon and will travel to take cases throughout all 55 counties of West Virginia. Attorneys Erika Klie Kolenich and Karl Kolenich are also licensed to practice law in Ohio.
Experience matters. When your future is on the line, you want an attorney who knows West Virginia's laws and who knows the people who live here. At Klie Law Offices, our lawyers are not afraid to take aggressive legal action, including filing a lawsuit on your behalf if necessary.
We're driven to succeed because we care about you and your family. For us, it's about more than just money. It's about justice. We want to hold corporations accountable for their actions and send a message to others that negligence and unfair practices are unacceptable.
Make your case matter. Contact us today. Call (866) 408-9059 for free case evaluation.
Klie Law Offices - compassionate attorneys, focused on your needs. We are based in Buckhannon and will travel to take cases throughout all 55 counties of West Virginia. Attorneys Erika Klie Kolenich and Karl Kolenich are also licensed to practice law in Ohio.