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Wolfe Williams & Reynolds.

Environmental Law, Estate Planning, Disability, Wills & Probate, Natural Resources

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David S. Bary

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David Bary is a practicing attorney in the state of Virginia. He currently works for the law firm of Wolfe Williams & Reynolds.

Jason T Marshall

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Jason Marshall is a practicing attorney in Tennessee. He currently works for the law firm of Wolfe Williams & Reynolds.

Joey Gola Arnold

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Insurance, Labor Law, Health Care, Disability

Joey Arnold is a practicing lawyer in Tennessee. He graduated with his J.D. from Appalachian School of Law. He currently works for the law firm of Wol... (more)

Joseph Elbert Wolfe

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Litigation, Administrative Law, Personal Injury
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Joseph Wolfe is a practicing attorney in the state of Virginia. He graduated from University of Virginia with his J.D. in 1975. He currently works as ... (more)

P. Heith Reynolds

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Social Security -- Disability, Workers' Compensation, Contract, Personal Injury
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Patrick Reynolds is a practicing attorney in the state of Virginia. He graduated from University of Virginia with his J.D. in 1996. He currently works... (more)

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Vernon Williams is a practicing attorney in the state of Virginia. He graduated from University of Tennessee with his J.D. in 1987. He currently works... (more)

Victoria Susannah Herman

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Natural Resources, Estate Planning, Disability, Wills & Probate

Victoria Susannah Herman is a practicing attorney in the state of West Virginia. She Graduated from Appalachian School of Law with J.D. in 2014. She c... (more)

The law firm of Wolfe Williams & Reynolds was originally founded as Wolfe & Farmer in 1976. Today with the firm’s team of attorneys and legal staff, Wolfe Williams & Reynolds puts more than 100 years of legal experience to work for you. Our firm serves the entire country from locations throughout Southwest Virginia and Eastern Tennessee. We handle legal matters in the areas of Social Security Disability, Black Lung, Rock Dust, Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation, Veterans’ Benefits and Personal Injury. The firm encourages continued professional development.  All attorneys participate in professional association activities and affairs and actively pursue the continued development of the Southern Appalachian Region.

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"People here are nice and respectful to me"

  1 year ago     Barbara Hensley


"Very nice man. But impossible to get to talk to ,. His staff has picked the phone up just to hang it up with out saying anything. Over and over. Never ever keeps you informed about your case. Getting very annoyed. This has been going on for 18 months."

  2 years ago     Bridgett Puckett


"Never keeps clients up dated .Never answers phone had my case 9 yrs"

  1 year ago     Grace Lester


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