“When I was struggling and needed help, Rob Long was there for me.”
“Rob represented me in a case in Kanawha County. He successfully defended the claim against me and won my counterclaim.” Darrell G.
“Rob is a bulldog and will fight for your rights.”
“I was kept well informed about what was going on during my case. I feel I was represented fairly and my best interest was always taken into account.” Marleigh H.
“Mr. Long and I faced a very tough case against a very tough prosecution. Great experience and great representation by my attorney, Mr. Robby Long. Very experienced and very knowledgeable of the law
and not afraid to stand up and fight. Will definitely use you again. Thank you.” Shawn R.
“Representation by Robby Long is top notch. I was thankful to find a lawyer that took the time to listen to my specific story and learn every detail so he could represent me. Full focus, attention, and dedication during the time I needed it most.” Michael B.
Law Office of Robby N. Long LC
12074 Winfield Road, Suite D
Winfield, West Virginia 25213
Call (304) 416-LONG (5664)
Nearly Two Decades of Experience
For nearly two decades, Robby Long has been getting justice for clients in West Virginia. An experienced lawyer and fierce advocate, Robby Long gets results. He believes that everyone deserves an attorney who will fight for his or her rights.
Robby’s experience, knowledge, and expertise are critical in helping you determine your goals under the law, and helping you achieve your goals.
Help is a phone call away. Call for a free consultation.
A car accident can turn your world upside down. If you or your loved one has been injured in a car accident, call today. Insurance companies have lawyers fighting for them. You should have a lawyer fighting for you, too.
Potential claims involve the following:
• Auto accidents
• Bike accidents
• Coal truck accidents
• Drunk drivers
• Four-wheeler and ATV accidents
• Motorcycle accidents
• Pedestrian accidents
• Truck accidents
If you have been injured, you may be entitled to compensation. A lawyer can help make sure your medical bills get paid and you get the help you deserve. If you are injured, you need a loyal advocate who can guide you through this process so you don’t have to worry during this difficult time.
Personal injury may include:
- Bodily injuries, including long-term treatment
- Emotional distress
- Lost wages
- Medical bills
- Pain and suffering
- Property damage
- Scars and disfigurement
If you have been accused of a crime, you have rights. Who will investigate and defend you in court? You need someone on your side, and Robby Long will fight for your rights. Whether you need a reduction in bail, investigation, plea negotiation, or an experienced trial attorney, Robby Long can help. He handles traffic, misdemeanors, and felony offenses including:
- Assault & battery
- Bond hearings
- Child abuse & neglect
- Domestic violence
- DNR offenses
- Drug charges (w/link)
Welcoming a child into your family is an exciting time. Having a lawyer who will share in the joy can make this experience even more memorable. From filing the initial petition, conducting court hearings, and effectuating a legal name change, Robby Long can guide you through this process.
He handles the following types of adoptions:
- Adoption agency adoptions
- Foster parent (DHHR) adoptions
- Grandparent adoptions
- Stepparent adoptions
If you have been accused of child abuse or neglect, you need an experienced lawyer to defend you and protect your rights. For many years, Robby Long has defended parents accused of child abuse and neglect. He has handled many cases involving:
- Domestic violence
- Drug abuse
- Educational neglect
- Failure to protect
- Failure to thrive
- Premature birth
- Prior terminations
- Sexual allegations
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Man accused of killing two women on Charleston's West Side last fall told a judge Friday morning he's not guilty. Marquis Jermaine Goodman was arraigned in Judge Kenneth Ballard's courtroom in Kanawha County Circuit Court. Ballard set an initial...read more
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A Kanawha County circuit judge said Tuesday a 2019 murder case needs to begin moving toward a resolution. Judge Kenneth Ballard held a hearing in the case of Terry Kirby, 66, of Campbells Creek. Kirby was arrested in early September 2019 after the...read more
By Lori Kersey - March 22, 2022 A teenager convicted of accessory after the fact in the 2020 shooting deaths of four members of an Elkview family will be moved to an adult correctional facility, Kanawha County Circuit Judge Kenneth Ballard ruled Tuesday. click for...read more
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS) — A detective testified in court Wednesday that a man accused of killing two women in Charleston confessed to the shooting after his arrest. Marquis Goodman, 22, of Detroit is charged with two counts of first-degree murder. He appeared in...read more
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS) — A Kanawha County judge handed down the maximum sentence possible under a plea agreement in what was initially a first-degree murder case. Clarence Haley Jr., 25, previously pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter for the shooting death of...read more
Mr. Long and his co-counsel, Charles Hamilton, negotiated this binding plea agreement for Ms. Tyree in Kanawha County Circuit Court. Ms. Tyree faced life in prison for the charge of First Degree Murder.read more
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