Flaherty  |  Sensabaugh  |  Bonasso   PLLC


What does it mean to be the largest litigation firm in West Virginia? It means unparalleled experience. Sharp thinking. Smart teams and keen insight to aggressively represent our clients and solve problems.

Whether your case is simple or complex, litigation can be stressful, high-risk and time-consuming. That is where our depth of more than 60 attorneys in a variety of practice areas allows us to custom-tailor an efficient, economic team to fit your needs. When it comes to litigation, we have taken hundreds of cases to verdict. We are ready to go to trial—and our opponents know it.

Although litigation runs deep at Flaherty, we also have attorneys who focus exclusively on corporate transactions. We understand the opportunities and challenges that arise as businesses grow and change. From the formation of corporations and companies to assets sales, land use, real estate and more, we provide skilled counsel that means business.

From litigation to transactions, our true expertise lies in listening to our clients and finding the most effective way to resolve their issue.

“Boone Memorial Hospital has undertaken the monumental task of building a replacement hospital facility in our service area. Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso made the work on this project effortless and seamless on our part. This project is just one example of why Flaherty is our healthcare team of choice.”

Mark Linville,
COO of Boone Memorial Hospital

The Flaherty Difference

We have one objective—to make our clients’ situations easier. That means effective representation and real solutions. The Flaherty difference starts with intent listening and then mobilization based on smart strategy and decisive action.  We practice law with your success as the ultimate goal—and have the results to back it up.

Attorney Spotlight

W. Scott Evans, Member

Growing up, Scott Evans’s family worked in contracting and owned a local lumber company. They often discussed business issues and the problems they encountered. That is when Scott …