Travis Prince focuses his practice on catastrophic personal injury, trucking accidents, and medical malpractice cases, including but not limited to wrongful death, misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis, stroke, heart attack, and joint replacement. He has successfully taken cases to verdict in West Virginia and his approach to litigation is greatly informed by his experiences at trial.
Travis has effectively assisted clients with the evaluation of early settlements, navigating complex litigation, and represented clients at trial – experiences that cover the full range of possibilities for your case.
Born and raised in the coalfields of Southern West Virginia, Travis brings a blue-collar work ethic to his personal injury law practice. Travis understands the value – and necessity – of a hard day’s work. This work ethic, and a passion for helping people who have been injured through no fault of their own, are what motivate Travis to seek the best results for his clients.
Awards & Accolades
The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 (2019)
Super Lawyers, West Virginia, "Rising Star," Medical Malpractice (2019)
- Law Clerk, Hon. Thomas H. Keadle, 26th Judicial District of West Virginia (2011 - 2012)
J.D., West Virginia University College of Law, 2011, President, Marilyn E. Lugar Mock Trial Association, Honors: Order of Barristers
B.A., Concord University, 2008, cum laude
- West Virginia
- US District Court, Northern District of West Virginia
- Represented a West Virginia family following the death of a patient shortly after a misdiagnosis and discharge from an Emergency Department
- Represented a patient following a failed total knee replacement that rendered him unable to work
- Represented a West Virginia family following a heart attack and death of a patient hours after receiving treatment in an Emergency Department for chest pain
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Community and Professional Activities
Coach, Bailey Glasser Mock Trial Team, West Virginia University College of Law (2017 - present)
President, Monongalia County Bar Association (2020)
Vice President, Monongalia County Bar Association (2019)
American Association for Justice