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Bordas & Bordas was created in 1985, with Linda and Jim Bordas as the founding partners. At that time Linda Bordas had just graduated from law school and passed the bar exam after practicing as a hospital pharmacist in Wheeling for many years. Jim Bordas already had a substantial history of practicing successfully in the Wheeling area since 1972. From the beginning, Bordas & Bordas has compiled a record of achievement in a variety of cases brought on behalf of injured people, but more than that, Bordas & Bordas has strived to be a Christian law firm that does the right thing. Bordas & Bordas seeks to provide a helping hand to families in need of counseling and legal services. Bordas & Bordas is tough and aggressive when necessary while compassionately and zealously representing those who have placed their trust in us. Bordas & Bordas has handled a broad spectrum of cases for injured plaintiffs in its history obtaining record verdicts in such diverse areas as tractor trailer wrecks, soft tissue/fibromyalgia myofascial pain problems to toxic tort, product liability, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence and bank and lender misconduct. Ask us about the details, newspaper accounts, case summaries of cases in which we have been involved. Bordas & Bordas has represented victims of negligence on our roadways who suffer from a variety of muscle, bone and nerve problems in trend setting cases with substantial verdicts. Bordas & Bordas attorneys have also helped change the law for the better in West Virginia and Ohio with an appellate practice that focuses on vindicating the rights of injured victims: bringing about change in the way companies treat their employees, and hospitals, nursing homes and physicians treat their patients. Bordas & Bordas has a strong history of contributions to local charities and participation in programs to help those who are less fortunate in the Ohio Valley. This tradition continues today, with substantial firm contributions to local churches, the legal aid society, the YMCA and YWCA, The Children's Home, Easter Seals Rehabilitation, The Nelson Jordan Center, Wheeling Health Right, Make A Wish Foundation, Multiple Sclerosis Association, Youth Services, Young Life, Save-A-Pet Project, Caring For Kids, The Soup Kitchen of Greater Wheeling and the Marshall County Animal Shelter. In addition, Bordas and Bordas heavily contributed to such state projects as the Legal Aid Clinic for the poor. Each year, Bordas & Bordas, under the leadership of Jim and Linda Bordas, sponsors drives to give Christmas gifts to less fortunate area residents and Jay Stoneking spearheads a campaign to raise funds to send Christmas gifts to poor children overseas. In 1991, the firm hired Jay Stoneking, a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the West Virginia College of Law, first in his graduating class and former law clerk for the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. Jay is also a minister and spends the bulk of his professional time in the area of appellate practice. In 1992 the law firm hired Scott Blass, a Phi Beta Kapa Honors graduate of West Virginia School of Law. Scott was named Bordas & Bordas' third partner in 2000. Scott gives tirelessly of himself to our local youth sports organizations, acting as a league commissioner from 1998 to 2003. In 2000, the firm hired Jamie Bordas an honors graduate of the Notre Dame Law School. Jamie has represented clients in a variety of areas. Jamie Bordas became the firm's fourth partner in 2002 and concentrates his practice in the area of complex litigation, negligence and bad faith insurance practices while also taking a major role in the firm's day-to-day business activities. Jamie is also the assistant coach for the highly successful Wheeling Central football team. Also hired in 2000 from the Notre Dame Law School was Chris Regan, who has tried cases in West Virginia and Ohio. Chris also maintains a substantial appellate practice, arguing frequently before the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and appellate courts in Ohio. Chris concentrates his practice on the firm's complex cases. He is also licensed to practice in Pennsylvania. In 2002, the firm added a third Notre Dame Law School Graduate, Geoff Brown . A graduate of West Point and an Army Lieutenant, Geoff is involved in a number of areas of practice including simple negligence cases to stock broker fraud, product liability and lender or bank misconduct matters while spending most of his efforts on medical malpractice cases. Returning to its West Virginia roots, in 2003, the law firm hired Jason Causey and in 2004, Chris Heller. Jason is a 2003 Order of the Coif graduate of the West Virginia School of Law issue editor of the West Virginia Law Review. Chris Heller is a 2004 graduate of the West Virginia School of Law. Wheeling natives and strong performers at WVU, Heller and Causey are expected to make substantial contributions to Bordas & Bordas in the future. Crucial to the firm's success is its large and dedicated staff of secretaries, paralegals, file clerks, receptionists, its bookkeeper and its network administrator. Click here for information about Bordas & Bordas outstanding staff of legal support professionals. Bordas & Bordas employs some of the most advanced technologies available in the representation of its clients. State of the art DVD settlement presentations are a part of many cases and the firm strives to present high quality, digital presentations to effect settlements and verdicts for its clients. Ask about our extensive DVD mediation library which includes presentations on many of the firm's more complex cases. Bordas & Bordas is committed to keeping itself on the cutting edge of legal practice. Bordas & Bordas also continues to be a firm with attorneys who are sought out by major news organizations to comment on legal issues. In 2003, Jim Bordas appeared with Connie Chung on CNN to argue against legal proposals to limit the rights of Americans who are injured by wrongful conduct. In the past, Jim Bordas and his cases have been featured on Inside Edition and 60 Minutes. Jim and Jamie Bordas have led the charge of the firms lawyers and have also worked tirelessly with West Virginia legislators, victims, coal miners, steel workers, and nurses seeking to advise them about the negative consequences of tort reform proposals. Resources:. Personal Injury Information Center. Personal Injury Frequently Asked Questions. Promises we can keep. Remember, each case rises and falls on its own merits. We cannot guarantee that any case will be successful, nor do we claim to win all of our cases. However, the firm does promise that each client will receive the diligence and care Bordas & Bordas has devoted to its cases in the past. If you have suffered damages due to negligence or misconduct, call an experienced Ohio Valley law firm. We handle personal injury, insurance disputes, and consumer fraud. Free initial consultations Flexible office hoursLicensed in West Virginia, Ohio, and PennsylvaniaBordas & Bordas, PLLCPhone: (304) 242-8410 Fax: (304) 242-3936Toll Free: (800) 242-8411Offices in Wheeling, West Virginia, and St. Clairsville, Ohio

Bordas & Bordas, PLLC, 246 Main Street, St. Clairsville, OH 43950

Telephone: (740) 695-8141 / (800) 242-8411 (Toll Free)

Ohio, Port Clinton


Automobile and Truck Accidents, Nursing Home Injuries & Deaths, Medical Malpractice, Bank Misconduct, Insurance Dispute, Bad Faith, Bad Products, Toxic Chemical Exposure - Mold, Stockbroker Negligence, Retaliatory Employment Discharge, Airplane Accidents, Consumer Fraud, Representative Cases, Patterson v. Zdanski, WL 22339492 (Ohio App. 7 Dist. 2003), West Virginia Ins. Guar. Ass'n v. Potts, 209 W.Va. 682 (2001), Klettner v. State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co., 205 W.Va. 587 (1999), Phillips v. State Auto. Mut. Ins. Co., 711 N.E.2d 1080 (Ohio 7th App. 1998), Andrews v. Reynolds Memorial Hosp., Inc., 201 W.Va. 624 (1997), Marlin v. Bill Rich Const., Inc., 198 W.Va. 635 (1996), Dairyland Insurance Co. v. Bradley, 192 W.Va. 199 (W.Va. 1994), Martin v. Smith, 190 W.Va. 286 (W.Va. 1993), Patrick v. Scaggs, WL 343124 (Ohio App. 7 Dist. 1993), Davis v. Wang, 184 W.Va. 222 (1990), West Practice Categories, Bad Faith Insurance, Banking & Finance Law, Consumer Protection, Criminal Fraud, Employment Law -- Employee, Employment Law -- Employer, Hazardous Waste, Elder Law, Health & Health Care Law, Hospital Law, Insurance Law, Bad Faith, Labor Law, Class Actions, Personal Injury -- Plaintiff, Animal Bites -- Plaintiff, Assault & Battery -- Plaintiff, Aviation Accidents -- Plaintiff, Defamation & Privacy -- Plaintiff, Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff, Premises Liability -- Plaintiff, Property Damage -- Plaintiff, Railroad Accidents -- Plaintiff, Slip and Fall -- Plaintiff, Wrongful Death -- Plaintiff, Products Liability Law, Alcoholic Beverages, Apparel, Asbestos, Chemicals & Cosmetics, Firearms, Food & Agricultural Products, Machinery & Tools, Medical Products & Devices, Motor Vehicle Defects, Pharmaceutical Products, Recreational Products, Tobacco, Professional Malpractice Law, Medical Malpractice, Securities Law, Toxic Torts, Pesticides, Radiation & Electromagnetic Energy, Toxic Mold, Transportation Law, Trucking

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