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Cy A. Hill

Cy A. Hill is a partner in the firm's Charleston and Wheeling offices.  He also serves as the litigation manager for the firm’s West Virginia offices.  Mr. Hill has extensive trial experience handling complex cases in the areas of professional liability, deliberate intent/workplace injury, medical malpractice, construction law, and motor vehicle accidents in both state and federal court.  He also focuses his practice on representing municipal and county governments and their employees in civil rights litigation and public sector lawsuits.

Cy A. Hill is a partner in the firm's Charleston and Wheeling offices.  He also serves as the litigation manager for the firm’s West Virginia offices.  Mr. Hill has extensive trial experience handling complex cases in the areas of professional liability, deliberate intent/workplace injury, medical malpractice, construction law, and motor vehicle accidents in both state and federal court.  He also focuses his practice on representing municipal and county governments and their employees in civil rights litigation and public sector lawsuits.

Mr. Hill has achieved a list of accomplishments in the areas of insurance and corporate defense litigation throughout his legal career.  He also has extensive courtroom experience, first as a young lawyer at the Kanawha County Public Defender's Office and subsequently, in private practice.

He has been recognized annually since 2017 as a West Virginia Super Lawyer in the area of Civil Litigation Defense.

Mr. Hill is a member of the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia and the Defense Research Institute (DRI).

He is admitted to practice in West Virginia, as well as the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of West Virginia and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.

Mr. Hill received his B.A. from Marshall University in 1998 and his J.D. from West Virginia University College of Law in 2001.

Recognitions & Seals

Marshall University (B.A., 1998)

West Virginia University College of Law (J.D., 2001)