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Geoffry A. Haddad

Geoffry Haddad  joined the Charleston office in July 2008. Mr. Haddad has extensive experience representing corporate, insurance, and individual clients in a diverse array of litigation matters, including insurance cases, professional malpractice litigation, negligence cases, and automobile product liability lawsuits.

He regularly represents and appears on behalf of State Farm and its policyholders as defense counsel and has successfully represented numerous clients resulting in advantageous settlements and jury verdicts.

Mr. Haddad began his legal career as a litigation associate in Charleston where his practice focused on insurance defense litigation. He later became Special Counsel at a large law firm representing corporate and individual clients in varied areas of civil litigation.

Before joining Martin & Seibert, L.C., Mr. Haddad served several years as claim litigation counsel for State Farm's captive law firm, focusing his practice exclusively on insurance defense litigation.

Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Haddad served as Vice President of Haddad's Incorporated, a ladies specialty clothing store in South Charleston, WV.

Mr. Haddad is the author of Caplin and Drysdale Chartered v. United States: Constitutionalizing Attorney Fee Forfeitures with Ethical Dilemmas for the Criminal Defense Bar, 19 Cap. U.L. Rev. 825 (1990).

Mr. Haddad is admitted to practice in the Northern and Southern United States District Courts of West Virginia, as well as in all trial and appellate courts in West Virginia.

Mr. Haddad is a member of DRI, The  American Bar Association, and Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia.

For many years Mr. Haddad has actively served on the Board of Directors of the Saint George Foundation in Charleston.

E-mail: [email protected]

Admitted:West Virginia 1991
Joined Firm:2008
Tel: 304.380.0800
Hometown:St. Albans , West Virginia

West Virginia Wesleyan College (B.A. in Economics, Summa Cum Laude, 1972)

Capital University Law School (J.D., Summa Cum Laude, 1991)

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