William J. Akers, Attorney
William J. Akers is the owner and sole proprietor of Akers Law Office. I grew up in Princeton, West Virginia and understand the people in the area. My mission is to listen and learn of my client's needs and problems affecting them so that I can aggressively and professionally represent them throughout the legal process. I have practiced law in Princeton since 1972 and communicate my experience to my clients, thereby helping my clients to make well-informed decisions for themselves.
My approach is to provide a personalized attorney-client relationship based on each client's unique concerns and requirements. My philosophy is based on the commitment to provide experienced advice to my clients. My clients can expect prompt personal service and uncompromising, quality legal representation delivered in a cost-effective manner.
I am constantly seeking to improve my performance in order to be prepared for the challenges facing my clients. My work environment is based on diligent work effort, community involvement and a commitment to the legal profession. If I am representing you in a motor vehicle accident, I take the time to listen to you, answer your questions, and obtain all the medical reports and medical bills pertaining to your accident and then I can evaluate your case and discuss it with you. I also perform title examinations on property being sold or purchased in Mercer County, West Virginia and prepare Deeds, Real Estate Contracts and all necessary documents to close a real estate transaction. I have a very competent and efficient staff, including a legal assistant, you are capable of assisting you in the event I am unavailable. I hope you will feel free to contact my office when you need a competent, experienced attorney to represent you in buying or selling real estate of when you are involved in a motor vehicle accident.
Motor Vehicle Accidents- Akers Law Office represents individuals who are involved in motor vehicle, motorcycle, tractor trailer, pedestrian/vehicle, and guest passenger vehicle wrecks. We know that each case is unique and take the time to listen to the details and collect pertinent information regarding your case. If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, you are entitled to compensation for lost wages, pain and suffering, annoyance and inconvenience, as well as loss of consortium. We work with health care providers to obtain all your medical bills and medical records to assist us in evaluating your claim. By contacting us soon after the accident, before you talk with an insurance company, we are able to assist you in a more efficient manner. So whether you are involved in a vehicle accident, a guest passenger in a vehicle that is involved in a wreck, or hit by a motor vehicle while walking across the road, our office can assist you with your case in a friendly and efficient manner. Please feel free to contact Akers Law Office regarding your personal injury or accident.
Insurance Law - Our law office represents those individuals who have vehicle insurance and have suffered a loss as a result of a motor vehicle accident and have been unfairly treated by their own insurance company, which is commonly referred to as bad faith.
Real Estate Law - Our law office performs title examinations on property being purchased in Mercer County, West Virginia, to make sure the property being purchased is free from any liens or encumbrances. We prepare Deeds and Real Estate Contracts for residential and commercial real estate transactions , perform real estate closings, and obtain title insurance upon request. We have repeat business because we have reasonable rates. So whether you are buying or selling real estate, we will be happy to assist you. We have performed title examinations and real estate closings for First Community Bank, First Century Bank, MCNB Bank, BB&T, Bank of Tazewell County, National Bank of Blacksburg, GMAC Mortgage Corporation and Community Mortgage Company, as well as others. Please feel free to contact Akers Law Office for more information and fees. We look forward to hearing from you.
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