Hartley Law Group, PLLC
West Virginia personal injury firm that is dedicated to recovering compensation for victims of toxic chemical
exposures. From factory employees to
and gasoline haulers, the firm has helped countless clients recover fair compensation for toxic
injuries of all kinds. Founding attorney R. Dean Hartley is known and
respected for his experience in such cases and has recently been featured
as a panelist for the Mason Judicial Education Program's Eighth Annual
Judicial Symposium on Civil Justice Issues.
Judicial Education Program
The Judicial Education Program is an annual event that provides federal
and state judges with a review and critique of important and current civil
justice issues. The event was held November 17 – 19, 2013 at George
Mason University in Arlington, Virginia. Attorney Hartley participated
in a panel that discussed "Scientific Evidence in Environmental and
Toxic Torts Litigation." To date, over 4,000 sitting judges have
participated in Mason Education Programs, and
Attorney Hartley is now privileged to have been included in this respected program.
Mr. Hartley and his fellow panelists discussed issues and answered questions
related to matters such as the
Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals case and scientific evidence for toxic torts litigation. Having handled
countless toxic tort litigation cases, Attorney Hartley had extensive
knowledge and insight to offer during the panel discussion. He also provides
this same insight and experience to each of his clients who retain the
firm after suffering serious chemical exposure-related injuries.
Hartley Law Group, PLLC can provide the attentive counsel and relentless representation that anyone
needs when they are injured due to toxic exposure. From renters who are
asbestos to factory employees who are exposed to toxins that cause
blood cancers, the firm has the experience and knowledge to maximize a client's
recovery through litigation.
Anyone in need of an excellent West Virginia personal injury lawyer can
contact the firm to learn more through a free initial case evaluation.