Charleston is the capital city of West Virginia. It boasts a population of approximately 50,000 people within the city and over 300,000 in the surrounding metro area. Interstates 77, 79, and 64 all converge in Charleston. The city offers museums, a symphony orchestra, local and touring musical and theatrical productions, historic tours, nature trails and parks, annual festivals, and a single-A professional baseball team, the West Virginia Power.
Robinson & McElwee PLLC’s main office is located downtown in the Fifth Third Center at 700 Virginia Street, East. This prime location places our attorneys within one to two blocks of the Federal Building, the County Court House and the Judicial Annex, and City Hall.
For more information on Charleston, please visit the following links:
- Charleston Chamber of Commerce
- Kanawha County Information
- Why Charleston, WV?
- City of Charleston Official Site
Clarksburg is the county seat of Harrison County. Centrally located within the state, Clarksburg offers a wide variety of activities and entertainment for any age such as touring pioneer forts, attending annual ethnic festivals, exploring scenic trails, shopping, and enjoying Italian restaurants.
Robinson & McElwee’s branch office is located in the Wesbanco Bank Building in downtown Clarksburg.
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Wheeling, the county seat of Ohio County, is located in West Virginia’s northern panhandle within a short drive to Pittsburgh. Nestled along Interstate 70 between Ohio and Pennsylvania, Wheeling lies within the Marcellus and Utica shales region.
Wheeling is also home to Oglebay Resort & Conference Center, Wheeling Island Racetrack & Gaming Center, and Wheeling Island Stadium, home of the West Virginia State Football Championships.
Robinson & McElwee’s Wheeling office is located on Lumber Avenue, in the Elm Grove section of Wheeling, just minutes from the Old National Road, U.S. Route 40.
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Commonly referred to as the Carnation City, Alliance is located in both Stark and Mahoning counties in north-eastern Ohio. Alliance is less than an hour and a half from Cleveland and about 20 minutes from Canton. In addition, Alliance is centrally located to the state’s Utica and Marcellus shale regions.
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