I was born and raised in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. At the age of seventeen, I joined the United States Army and served in Fairbanks, Alaska as an infantry soldier. After serving four years in the United States Army, I enrolled and graduated from Marshall University. I worked as a Paralegal until I was accepted at West Virginia College of Law in 1998. After graduation from WVU College of Law, I became an Associate at The Duffield Law Firm.
I am now a partner at Duffield, Lovejoy, Stemple and Boggs, representing both corporate defendants and plaintiffs in all areas of civil litigation. I have litigated cases in state and/or federal courts in West Virginia, Kentucky and Pennsylvania. I am married to Treva Oxley, an attorney for the Social Security Administration. We have three children, and we enjoy hunting, shooting, hiking and spending time in the outdoors.
Duffield Lovejoy Stemple & Boggs, PLLC
3139 16th Street Rd
Huntington, WV, 25701-5244
|West Virginia University College of Law||Juris Doctorate,||2001|