Ronald H. Hatfield, Jr. is a commercial litigation defense lawyer in WV with Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC. With bar admissions in state and district courts in West Virginia, Kentucky, and North Carolina and 19 years in legal practice, he is a seasoned litigator with a deep understanding of his fields of work.

After serving his country proudly in the United States Marine Corps, Ron attended Marshall University and then received his law degree from West Virginia University College of Law. He brings the determination of a Marine and the knowledge and skill of an veteran litigator to his work as a WV civil and criminal litigation attorney.

Ron represents business and individual clients in various industries in the areas of commercial litigation, insurance coverage, medical malpractice, product liability, construction defect, motor vehicle accidents, and criminal defnese. He likes that his work involves constant learning. Ron enjoys legal analysis and case evaluation and finds particular satisfaction when his efforts in research and fact-finding produce positive resolution and redemption for clients.

When he isn’t digging into the details of a case or arguing those points in court, you’ll find Ron attending his children’s activities, working around his home and garden, or enjoying golf and college sports. If you need a commercial litigation defense lawyer in WV or KY, Ronald Hatfield has the experience, accessibility, and accountability required to secure a favorable resolution of the issues you face.

Past Employment:

Office Managing Partner, Litchfield Cavo LLP, 2014 to 2019

Managing Partner, Orndorff Hatfield & Fraley, 2007 to 2014

Aviation Electronic Technician, United States Marine Corps, 1988 to 1993

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