Our Attorney

Lead attorney Joseph B. Cordell started our firm because he truly wanted to help people not only in the Martinsburg area, but throughout West Virginia and Maryland. He genuinely enjoys helping people and guiding them through their most difficult legal challenges. His focus on assisting people through the worst times in their lives are traits everyone here at Joseph Brophy Cordell, Attorney at Law, shares.

He is known in West Virginia and Maryland for providing trusted, effective counsel that works to minimize costs and maximize results. We empathize with people and have personal experience handling the legal issues they are facing. We understand what you're going through and want to help.

Attentive Counsel Providing Personalized Solutions

At Joseph Brophy Cordell, Attorney at Law, we understand that any legal issue – whether it's a family law matter or a claim related to an accident – can make you feel like you're battling a storm. That's why we offer unwavering support that decreases the burden you have to bear and lets you get back to focusing on what's most important.

We understand that sometimes a minor decision now can create a nightmare later, which is why we offer personalized attention and candid advice to help you see the big picture, and help you make smart decisions concerning your legal issue.

We aren't about to let you agree to something that isn't in your best interests. We have your back.

To learn more about the background and experience of Joseph Cordell, please review his comprehensive profile available through the link below.

Help Is Only A Phone Call Away

You don't have to face your legal matter alone. Talk to the skilled and experienced team at Joseph Brophy Cordell, Attorney at Law. To schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer from our firm, call 304-707-0673 or send us an email.

Night and weekend appointments are available upon request. We are licensed to practice in West Virginia and Maryland. We accept credit cards for family law work. All personal injury fees are contingency-based.