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CHARLESTON, WV -

Jackson Kelly PLLC announced that 25 of the firm's West Virginia lawyers have been selected for inclusion on the West Virginia Super Lawyers 2013 list and eleven others were chosen for the West Virginia Rising Stars 2013 list.

Those selected for inclusion on the West Virginia Super Lawyers 2013 list from the Charleston office:

Robby J. Aliff (personal injury defense: medical malpractice), David A. Barnette (business litigation), Ellen S. Cappellanti (bankruptcy), Stephen R. Crislip (professional liability: defense), A.L. Emch (civil litigation defense), Michael M. Fisher (general litigation), David M. Flannery (environmental), Samme L. Gee (bonds/government finance), Gary W. Hart (personal injury defense: roducts), Timothy E. Huffman (workers' compensation), Thomas J. Hurney, Jr. (personal injury defense: medical malpractice), Erin E. Magee (employment & labor), Jill McIntyre (professional liability: defense), Robert G. McLusky (environmental), Daniel L. Stickler (energy & natural resources), Kenneth E. Tawney (energy & natural resources), James W. Thomas (health care), Michael B. Victorson (personal injury defense: products) and Roger A. Wolfe (employment & labor).

From the Clarksburg office: Marcia A. Broughton (estate planning & probate)

From the Martinsburg office: Lynn O. Frye (personal injury defense: products) and William J. Powell (business litigation).

From the Morgantown office: Stephen M. LaCagnin (employment & labor) and Kathy L. Snyder (workers' compensation).

From the Wheeling office: Larry W. Blalock (employment & labor)

Those chosen for the West Virginia Rising Stars 2013 list from the Charleston office:

Jon L. Anderson (general litigation), Alaina N. Crislip (health care), Aaron S. Heishman (environmental), Chris M. Hunter (environmental litigation), Jennifer M. Mankins (personal injury defense: medical malpractice), Matthew A. Nelson (class action), Erin R. Stankewicz (general litigation), Laura Goldfarb Swingle (environmental), Matthew S. Tyree (environmental) and Thomas A. Wilson (energy & natural resources).

Chosen for the West Virginia Rising Stars 2013 list from the Morgantown office was Wendy G. Adkins (general litigation).