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Mark is a very thorough and intelligent attorney who looks out for his clients. He was able to aggressively... more
Charleston  Mark E. Troy

Mark Troy

Charleston, WV Car Accidents
Avvo rating 8.9
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Paul Frampton

Charleston, WV Lawyer
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Charleston  Seth S. Gaskins

Seth Gaskins

Charleston, WV Family
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Charleston  John D. Hoblitzell

John Hoblitzell

Charleston, WV Litigation
Avvo rating 6.4
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Charleston  Michael M. Cary

Michael Cary

Charleston, WV Appeals
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Charleston  Charles R. Webb

Charles Webb

Charleston, WV Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
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Charleston  Susan Delaine Hill

Susan Hill

Charleston, WV Lawyer
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Charleston  Maria Walters Hughes

Maria Hughes

Charleston, WV Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 8.1


practicing lawyers in Charleston

Charleston is home to the nation's first and largest styrene-butadiene synthetic rubber manufacturing plant. In the aftermath of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, the Empire of Japan cut off 90% of the United States’ natural rubber supply. The search for a rubber substitute quickly began.

In January 1943, the plant at Charleston began producing synthetic rubber. By the end of the war, it had produced 131,000 tons of the synthetic substitute.

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