The team at Mountain State Law was recently interviewed by the City of Clarksburg about their time in the military, reasons for starting a personal injury and employment law firm, and their philosophy on practicing law. The following excerpt was originally published on

At Mountain State Law attorney Sam Harrold uses his years of experience and expertise to resolve his client’s cases quickly and effectively, so their clients can move on with their lives. Harrold serves citizens in North Central WV who have been personally injured or wronged in the workplace. Mountain State Law is located in the heart of Clarksburg’s Central Business District, a stone throw away from the Harrison County Courthouse. Mountain State Law is in touch with the Uptown Clarksburg Community.

After recognizing the gap for attorneys who practiced employment law, Harrold established Mountain State Law in 2017, to ensure those employed in NCWV had proper representation. Unfair labor practices, unsafe working conditions, discrimination based on gender, race, religion, or disability, wrongful termination, sexual harassment and hostile work environments. Mountain State Law is experienced in representing Civil Service employees in with conflicts within the workplace. Mountain State Law takes pride in representing military veterans with service animals who have experienced discrimination in employment and housing opportunities, and attorneys at the practice feel that expectations should be based on ones abilities rather than disabilities.

Those who have been injured at no fault of their own have the right to be represented by attorneys who are experienced in personal injury cases and Harrold is just that. Whether it be automobile accidents, pet bites or attacks, motorcycle wrecks, medical malpractice, commercial vehicle collisions, and injuries due to negligence of others the attorneys at Mountain State Law will work hard to get their clients the best outcome as quick as possible.

In addition to being well a respected attorney, Harrold is a pillar throughout the community. Before obtaining their law degrees from West Virginia University School of Law, Harrold was an active member in the military. Sam Harrold was a pilot in the Air Force, stationed in Jacksonville, and is actively a local search and rescue pilot, and he serves as the Captain within the Civil Air patrol for the Air force Auxiliary and is the Wing Legal Officer for the State of WV.

For those who feel they could be best represented by an attorney at Mountain State Law, the firm offers free consultations. Consultations can be scheduled by calling the law office at (304)715-3800 or filling out an online application. Mountain State Law is located 306 West Main Street, Clarksburg. They are open Monday-Friday 8:30a.m.-5:00p.m.

If you or someone you love has been injured due to no fault of their own, or if you have been unfairly treated or terminated at work, talk to the attorneys at Mountain State Law. It all starts with a free consultation where we will discuss your situation and do our best to help you find resolution and closure.