Lee W. DavisThe Law Offices of Lee W. Davis, Esquire, L.L.C.’s mission is to provide exemplary service for clients and their families facing devastating diseases.

I bring more than 25 years professional experience to your case helping you face a lawsuit over terrible, often fatal diseases, other lawyers and courts. I am proud to say that I have helped thousands of victims recover settlements for Mesothelioma, Asbestos related Lung Cancer and other diseases.

I met these clients personally over my 25 years working on asbestos cases and saw first hand how sick some people can get from exposure to asbestos. I also understand the stress and strain cancer can put on the entire family, because my personal experience being the caretaker for  many years to cancer victims in my own family.

Unlike lawyers on TV ads, whom you will never be able to meet or speak with the phone, clients of the Law Offices of Lee W. Davis, Esquire, L.L.C. can contact me anytime to ask any question about their case.

Gone are the days of calling your lawyer asking basics questions, like “what is the upcoming case schedule?”, so you are then empowered to ask any other question about your case with complete knowledge of your full case status.

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Bar Admissions (state/federal):

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, 1996; State Bar of Michigan, 1997; and West Virginia Bar Association, 2002

U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania, 2001, U. S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia, 2002, U. S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia, 2014.

Education

University of Michigan, B.A. – 1988, Thomas M. Cooley School of Law, J.D. – 1996

Lecturer: Duquense University, School of Law, Cyril Wecht Institute for Forensic Science and the Law, “A Plaintiff’s Toxic Exposure Case”

Continuing Legal Education Presenter: “Daubert and West Virginia”, Cyril Wecht Institute for Forensic Science and the Law