Jan Dils

Jan Dills Attorney

Jan Dils is the firm’s founder. She opened Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, in Parkersburg, West Virginia, in 1994 as the solo attorney/employee.  Today, she has a skilled and compassionate team of more than 118 serving clients throughout West Virginia, with offices in Parkersburg, Beckley, Charleston, Huntington and Logan, as well as one additional office in Charlotte, North Carolina. Her passion is fighting for people who are all too often left helpless at the hands of corporations, insurance companies, Big Pharma and government red tape. Her firm has 25 years of experience in all forms of Social Security and Disability benefits, Veteran’s Benefits and Personal Injury cases.

Jan is a graduate of Marietta College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in both Marketing and Economics. She then went on to receive her Master’s in Business Administration in 1991, and her law degree from West Virginia University in 1994. She is a member of the West Virginia Bar, the National Association of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR), National Organization of Veterans’ Advocates, and National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives. Recognitions include but are not limited to Who’s Who – Top Lawyer, National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys – Nationally Ranked: Top 10 Attorney Award, and National Trial Lawyers – Top 100 Trial Lawyers.

The culture of any successful business is shaped from the top down. Jan has cultivated an environment of work pride, compassion and community service. She believes in work/life balance. For her that means spending time with her two boys and husband and hitting the gym at 5:00 a.m.

Area of Practice:
Personal Injury, Social Security and Disability, and Veterans Benefits

West Virginia University School of Law, Juris Doctor
West Virginia University, Master’s in Business Administration
Marietta College, Bachelor of Arts Degree in Marketing and Economics

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