After over eight years with one of the larger firms in the Logan Area, I founded Kuenzel & Associates, PLLC.
Kuenzel & Associates, PLLC, is dedicated to providing quality representation to citizens and small businesses throughout Southern West Virginia.
• Young v. Appalachian Power Co., F.Supp.2d, 2008 WL 4571819, S.D.W.Va., (August, 2008) (No. Civ. A.2:07-479), wherein I successfully moved the Court for summary judgment in a trespass case wherein the defendant was operating utility lines across the plaintiffs' property without an easement.
• Kuenzel v. U.S. Bank, 2010-C-117, Circuit Court of Logan County, WV, wherein I successfully moved the Court for summary judgment in a breach of contract case involving the defendant's wrongful declination of convenience checks.
36 Adams Street
Chapmanville WV 25508
Yes. Kuenzel & Associates, PLLC, has free initial consultations in injury cases and, in most injury cases, works on a contingent basis - no fee unless monies are collected for the client for injuries and/or damages.
I will gladly discuss my fees and hourly rates with clients after determining their respective needs and desires regarding their respective cases.
Please contact our office or schedule an appointment.
Monday through Thursday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Weekends and Holidays by appointment.
Theresa Kuenzel, Office Manager
I have a general practice firm. As a small town attorney, I have a broad practice area from personal injury cases, to property disputes, to family law matters, to criminal defense.
I believe that clients should educate themselves. I believe a more informed client keeps an attorney on their game. I believe this helps ensure that the attorney that one has hired is doing what they should be doing in any particular case.
I am willing to review documents prepared by clients; however, I don't believe that this is the proper substitute for having documents prepared right the first time by an experienced attorney.
I am willing to talk with clients and inform them of what should and should not be done if they desire to represent themselves. Again, I don't believe this to be the proper substitute for having it done right the first time.
This has happened to me. A person has tried to represent himself and then came in asking if I could help correct the adverse judgment on appeal. By this time, a record has been created that may not be corrected. Remember, it's easier to do it right the first time
• 1988-1998 - West Virginia State Police (uniformed trooper and plain clothes investigator).
• 2001-2010 - Attorney for Avis, Witten & Wandling, L.C., Logan, WV. Represented clients in the following areas: civil matters involving serious personal injuries; property disputes; family law matters involving divorce, adoption, child custody and child support; and criminal defense.
As I stated, having received training as a state police trooper, I have a greater understanding of the dynamics of car crashes and truck crashes. Additionally, this training and experience also helps when I am representing persons whose liberty interests are at stake in criminal matters.
I'm not a showman. Some lawyers seem to be much about show - I call that the "look at me syndrome." I know each of my cases well and I will vigorously prosecute or defend each case. However, I don't usually make a big show because I don't' believes it's about me, it's about my clients.Personal interests:
I am active in my church, Central United Baptist Church in Logan, West Virginia. I mostly enjoy spending time with my family, traveling and the outdoors.
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