My First Post December 23, 2008
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on December 23, 2008 10:32 pm
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Hunter was the recipient, in the 1990’s, of the WV Trial Lawyers’ Association’s (now WV Assoc. of Justice) Member of the Year and President’s awards. He was a member of the Board of Governors of the Trial Lawyers, now WV Assoc. for Justice, for 20 years. He remains a loyal member.
In his home town of Buckhannon, Hunter coached youth soccer for 17 years, served as President, and other offices, of the Upshur County Senior Center, chaired the United Way campaign, sat on the board of the Upshur County Family Resources Center, has sung in the Chapel Hill United Methodist Church choir for 20 years, and served as President of the Upshur County Bar Association. He was also a member of the Buckhannon Rotary Club and Buckhannon Upshur Chamber of Commerce. (Note: Hunter is now active in the WV State Bar and a member of the American Bar Association, ABA. He has become very active in social media including Linked In, Face Book, Twitter, and YouTube, where he has posted over 70 informational videos. He seeks feedback, questions, and suggestions from all sources.
Hunter has represented hundreds of personal injury victims, handled around 3000 family law cases, and handled hundreds of insurance claims, civil suits, and a wide variety of other matters. Now he prefers to focus his practice on personal injury and insurance, divorce and family law, mediation, and civil law suits.
Burton Hunter believes in hard work, protecting his clients, applying “common sense” to the practice of law, and staying current in his profession. For over 30 years, Hunter’s office light has been the first to come on in Buckhannon most mornings. Drive by before 7:00 a.m. and you can see it.
This post was written by Burton Hunter