Huntington Personal Injury Lawyer
Passion, Integrity, Pride
For 60 years, Greene, Ketchum, Farrell, Bailey & Tweel LLP has been committed to fighting for justice for their clients. With four partners, the firm operates as an elite litigation team. The general case load ranges from motor vehicle accidents to workplace injuries to product liability to medical malpractice to mass litigation.
Greene Ketchum has extensive experience handling mass litigation including, but not limited to, medical device litigation (having filed and tried to verdict some of the first transvaginal mesh (TVM) cases in the country), pharmaceutical litigation, toxic tort litigation, product liability litigation, and chemical spill litigation. In 2017, Greene Ketchum filed the nation’s first lawsuits against the wholesale distributors of opioids and is currently part of the “National Consortium”, a team of six law firms, leading the national fight against the opioid epidemic.
Greene Ketchum’s attorneys have successfully tried numerous civil cases to verdict in state and federal courts. Their skilled advocacy has resulted in record breaking verdicts and judgments and millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for clients. For their work, the firm’s attorneys have been recognized by legal organizations for excellence and included in The National Advocates Top 100 Trial Lawyers and West Virginia Super Lawyers®.
In addition to their legal work, the firm’s attorneys have also served on numerous legal and educational boards in West Virginia, including West Virginia State Bar Board of Governors; the West Virginia Ethics Commission; West Virginia Law Institute’s Governing Council; West Virginia Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission; West Virginia Association for Justice Board of Governors; Marshall University Foundation, Inc.; The Society of Yeager Scholars at Marshall University; the Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia, Inc. (selects higher education’s “Professor of the Year”); the Marshall University Graduate School Advisory Board; Hospice of Huntington; and the Cabell County American Cancer Society.