Laura Davis joined the Skinner Law Firm in 2008 and became a partner in 2010. She grew up in Gainesville, Florida and obtained her BS in Psychology from the University of Florida. She graduated from WVU College of Law in 1998. Ms. Davis is a admitted to practice in West Virginia and is a member of the West Virginia State Bar, the American Association for Justice and the West Virginia Association for Justice. In 2013, Ms. Davis was asked to join the Education Committee of the West Virginia Association for Justice, which is responsible for planning and executing two state-wide continuing legal education seminars a year. In 2014, Ms. Davis was also asked to join the Board of Governors for the West Virginia Association for Justice. Ms. Davis’ practice focuses on personal injury, wrongful death, bad faith insurance claims, and complex litigation.
Licensed since 1998
Hourly ($300-350/hour), Contingent (33-40%), Free Consultation (60 minutes)
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An outstanding litigator and strategist, Laura Davis possesses rare talents and highly-developed skills applicable across a variety of practice areas. Her composure and professional deportment in all situations are qualities all who observe her strive to emulate. She is highly recommended for the most demanding legal cases and scenarios.
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Relationship: Worked together on matter
I endorse this lawyer. She is one of the brightest legal minds I know. Her oral advcacy, research and writing abilities are equaled only by her compassion for her clients. She is a zealous advocate, a fierce litigator, and is at the forefront of every major insurance issue our state has faced in the last decade and a half.
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
|WV||Authorized to practice law||1998||06/24/2015|
|Partner||Skinner Law Firm||2010 - Present|
|Associate||Skinner Law Firm||2008 - 2010|
|Associate||Martin & Seibert, L.C.||1998 - 2008|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|American Association for Justice||Member||N/A|
|West Virginia Association for Justice||Board of Governors||N/A|
|SER Richmond American Homes, et al. v. Sanders, 717 S.E.2d 909 (W.Va. 2011)||Homeowners prevailed and were not required to arbitrate|
|State ex rel. Kutil v. Blake, 679 S.E.2d 310 (W.Va. 2009)||Parents prevailed and retained custody of their foster child|
|State ex rel. River Riders, Inc. v. Steptoe, 672 S.E.2d 376 (W.Va. 2008)||The injured parties prevailed|
|West Virginia University||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1998|
|University of Florida||Psychology||BS - Bachelor of Science||1994|
|West Virginia Association for Justice 57th Annual Convention and Seminar||Playing the Game by Their Rules: How Big Insurance Is Handling Claims and What You Need to Know to Represent Your Clients Effectively||2015|
|West Virginia Association for Justice Mid-Winter Convention & Seminar||The Insider’s Advantage: Strategies Learned As a Defense Attorney That You Can Use on the Plaintiffs’ Side of the Aisle||2014|