WV Litigation Attorney Ramsey K. Jorgensen
Legal problems can be overwhelming. Trying to navigate them on your own can be confusing and make finding the right path forward seem impossible. In West Virginia (WV), Ramsey K. Jorgensen provides the guidance and leadership to help you get to the other side of your problems and move forward with your life. Whether your matter is routine or rife with unusual circumstances, WV trial attorney Ramsey K. Jorgensen can help.
Attorney Ramsey K. Jorgensen Offers Creative Approaches to Serious Problems
Hiring the right attorney to handle your legal problem can be critical to reaching the outcome you seek. That’s why people look to attorney Ramsey K. Jorgensen. Working as your lawyer isn’t just an occupation, it’s the culmination of his life’s ambition. Through in-depth research, analysis, and innovative legal strategies, Ramsey fights for your rights and helps you get on with your life.
A graduate of WVU College of Law, Ramsey K. Jorgensen is dedicated to using his skills and talent to give back to his community and neighbors. Clients value his focus on responsiveness and keeping them informed, and colleagues appreciate his straightforward approach and respect for them and the process. A consummate professional, Ramsey offers his best to protect you, your family, and your rights and interests.
Serving Clients Throughout WV from His Morgantown Office
Morgantown trial lawyer Ramsey K. Jorgensen serves clients throughout the state. Backed by a highly esteemed legal team and support staff at William C. Brewer & Associates, PLLC, he provides sound advice and in-depth litigation services in the following practice areas:
The Breadth of Experience Needed for a WV Litigation Attorney
Originally from Nebraska, Ramsey knew he wanted to be a lawyer after seeing his mother, a public defender, in court. He started on the path at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he earned his bachelor of science degree in secondary education. Throughout his undergraduate years, he was active in the community, working as a volunteer coach for varsity high school football, wrestling, and baseball teams.
On a general scholarship, Ramsey attended WVU College of Law for his formal legal education. Intent on becoming a litigator, he sought out opportunities to hone his trial advocacy skills through membership in the Lugar Trial Association and his work as a student attorney representing clients at the WVU College of Law Litigation and Advocacy Clinic. He gained additional insights from his membership in the Intellectual Property Association and the Federal Bar Association and as secretary of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society.
His clerkships while in law school further enhanced his legal education, including his experiences as a Steiger Fellow in the Office of the WV Attorney General and summer clerkships at the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) and the Nebraska Commission for Public Advocacy, where he learned to expect the unexpected in court.