Ferretti Law Office PLLC

Ferretti Law Office PLLC

Zealous and Aggressive Legal Representation

Firm Overview

At Ferretti Law Office PLLC our law practice concentrates on medical malpractice and personal injury cases. We serve Martinsburg, West Virginia, and surrounding areas, including Charles Town and Shepherdstown, and the Eastern Panhandle counties of Jefferson, Berkeley, and Morgan. We take only cases that we believe in, and we zealously and aggressively represent our clients. Our firm is a 100% litigation law firm. Our law firm is committed to delivering first rate service and results for our clients. We are available for evening and Saturday appointments. We will visit you at your home if necessary. All fees are contingent on results. Our approach is friendly and cooperative, and we strive to inform and educate our clients throughout the litigation process. We invite you to contact us at 304-264-8505 if you have been injured in an accident or by a medical professional.

Main Office

Main Office
408 West King Street

Martinsburg WV 25401

Phone

(304) 264-8505

Fax

David M. Hammer

Ferretti Law Office PLLC

JOSEPH R. FERRETTI, Partner

Ferretti Law Office PLLC

Attorney Joseph Ferretti was born on August 7, 1961. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1984 and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1987. He was previously employed by Steptoe & Johnson as a litigation associate from 1987 to 1992. Joseph Ferretti founded Hammer, Ferretti & Schiavoni in 1992. His personal interests include golf, fly fishing, and biking.

AREAS OF PRACTICE
-Personal Injury
-Medical Malpractice

Litigation Percentage
100% of Practice is Devoted to Litigation

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