Lawyer Robert Kuenzel was born and raised in West Virginia and has lived in Chapmanville in Logan County for more than 30 years. After spending nearly 10 years as a state trooper, Rob dedicated himself to serving his community as an attorney. His experience as a state trooper has helped him in the legal realm. His police training has helped him greatly in injury claims. On multiple occasions, Rob has used his police training to spot errors in traffic crash reports. This has allowed him to settle claims that originally appeared to be his client's fault. Further, knowing police procedure helps him spot any possible mistakes that can bolster his clients' defense against criminal charges. Attorney Kuenzel's criminal defense tactics have earned him recognition as an expert in criminal defense in West Virginia. While his practice is dedicated to litigation, he is also a trained mediator. Rob has an AV peer and judicial rating from Martindale Hubbell, indicating the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards.
Mr. Kuenzel also participates on a biweekly radio show on WVOW-FM called "Ask the Attorney," answering questions from local listeners. He also publishes a podcast titled "Ask the Attorney" where he discusses in more detail legal issues impacting the public.
Our practice will fight aggressively to protect your rights. We will thoroughly review all details related to your case, so that we do not overlook anything that can help you. We will keep you informed throughout your case so that you never feel out of the loop. If your case comes to trial, we will fight aggressively to help you achieve the best possible outcome. If you or a loved one needs an attorney who will be dedicated to you and your needs, call 1 (304) 310-4263 to discuss your options. You can also reach out online if you prefer.