Fighting for Your Rights
Lawyer Serving Residents Of
Charleston, WV, & the Kanawha Valley Region
Zerbe & Pence, PLLC, Offers Legal Representation in the Charleston Area
Residents of Charleston, WV, and surrounding areas may sometimes find themselves in need of legal assistance. Whether accused of committing a crime or needing assistance with Social Security, Kanawha Valley residents trust Zerbe & Pence, PLLC. Conveniently located on Capitol Street in Charleston, citizens of West Virginia can find the legal counsel they deserve. Our lawyer, David Pence, takes pride in assisting every client who walks through our door. From DUIs and other traffic violations to domestic battery cases, choose experience with Zerbe & Pence, PLLC. Give us a call today at (304) 345-2728 or contact us online to set up a free consultation.
Legal Services from Criminal Defense to Social Security/Disability
The lawyer at Zerbe & Pence, PLLC has experience to represent clients throughout West Virginia in a wide array of legal circumstances. One of the more common legal services we offer includes Social Security and disability, helping clients obtain Social Security and Supplemental Security Income. In addition to Social Security, we also handle a number of criminal defense matters, particularly DUI cases. Whether clients come to us for traffic violations or shoplifting charges, talk to Zerbe & Pence, PLLC.
Serving Clients in the Kanawha Valley, Including Ohio & Kentucky
Located in Charleston, WV, the lawyer at Zerbe & Pence serves clients throughout the state. We represent clients in nearby cities, including Huntington, Beckley, Oak Hill, and Hurricane. Our law office also represents clients in several bordering counties in Ohio and Kentucky, for most of our legal services. Clients can always count on our lawyer for free estimates based on our experience and expertise. Make sure that you receive the best legal counsel for DUI, criminal defense, and Social Security. Call our law office in Charleston today and let our lawyer get to work on your case.