Case Results

  • Rob Kuenzel has tried over 40 cases in both State and Federal Courts.
  • Eke v. WVSSAC, 14-C-322, Court granted injunctive relief allowing child to compete in Secondary School Athletics. Finding that child’s familial status changed following his adoption. The grant of this injunction resulted in the WVSSAC adoption rule being overturned after being interpreted wrongly by the WVSSAC for 19 years. Subsequently, the WVSSAC changed the rule to reflect the Court’s holding regarding family status.
  • Goff v. Little League Baseball, 10-C-160, Court granted injunctive relief finding that player had met residency requirements and had a property right to play. Enjoined Little League from prohibiting him play in Sectional Tournament based upon residency question.
  • Meeks v. Luther (13-C-295, Circuit Court of Logan County, West Virginia), jury verdict of over $64,000 with highest pre-trial settlement offer being $10,000. Kuenzel Law was able to convince the jury that the police investigation, citing a pedestrian for “jaywalking”, was wrong, enabling the pedestrian to collect.
  • Ellis v. Eastern American Energy (05-C-262, Circuit Court of Boone County, West Virginia), property damage case from gas well runoff and slip. Jury verdict of over $62,000 with the highest pre-trial settlement offer being $6,000.
  • Thompson v. Doty (10-C-345, Circuit Court of Logan County, West Virginia), jury verdict of $77,500 plus attorney’s fee in case involving breach of fiduciary duty.
  • Craft v. KA Medical & Kinser (10-C-AP-2, Circuit Court of Logan County, West Virginia), successfully defended a small business owner in wrongful collection case.
  • Ammar v. WVDOH (04-C-259, Circuit Court of Logan County, West Virginia), successful mandamus proceeding forcing WVDOH to repair failing drainage system that caused a property slip.
  • Clay v. Maynard (08-C-15, Circuit Court of Logan County, West Virginia), successful property dispute involving a well established boundary line.
  • Redman v. EMS Tire (16-C-AP-6, Circuit Court of Logan County, West Virginia), successfully defended a small business owner in a breach of warranty action.