About Steven S. Wolfe, Esq.

Dedicated to representing victims of negligence, employees that have been unlawfully terminated, and victims of consumer abuse.

I spent my youth in the coalfields of Man, WV playing sports and fishing the streams and rivers of Southern West Virginia. I attended Man High School then Marshall University where I earned a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry. I was active in various student organizations.

After making lifelong friends at Marshall, I continued my education in Morgantown, WV at our flagship West Virginia University, College of Law. I obtained my Juris Doctorate then subsequently was admitted to the WV State Bar. I remain an active member in good standing and serve on the Young Lawyers Section - Executive Committee.

I serve on various other boards and committees and am a member of Bruce McDonald Memorial United Methodist Church in Man, WV and attend Christ Church (United Methodist Church) in Charleston, WV regularly with my wife Kayla and son Sawyer.

About J. Christopher White

A 1995 graduate of Gilbert High School, 2000 graduate of Marshall University, and 2003 graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Law, Mr. White began his legal career as a staff attorney for the judiciary committee of the Kentucky legislature where he drafted bills on a variety of subjects—civil, criminal, and administrative in nature. After approximately two years, he took a job as an associate litigation attorney with Gary C. Johnson, PSC, where he focused on plaintiffs’ litigation, including medical malpractice, car wrecks, premises liability, and other causes of action. Thereafter, he defended such claims for over a year and learned the tactics that many defense firms use to minimize your compensation.
In 2009, he realized a lifelong dream and returned to southern West Virginia where he worked as an assistant prosecuting attorney in Logan County for nearly seven years.
With experience in personal injury, family law, property law, criminal law, and a variety of other areas, Mr. White is excited to use his over twelve years of legal experience in his partnership with Steven Wolfe to provide exceptional services to the coalfield in the kind and respectful manner its people deserve. When you contact Wolfe, White & Associates for your legal needs, you can relax, knowing that they will vigorously work for you and keep you involved each step of the way.

About Pamala Blair


Pamala Blair serves as a paralegal with over two decades of experience in various practice areas in the legal field. Having served in positions such as office manager, Social Security paralegal, and litigation paralegal, her versatility allows her to assist clients quickly and competently. Ms. Blair began with Wolfe, White & Associates in October 2016, assisting both attorneys in the firm.

Born and raised in Logan, West Virginia, she is the daughter of a coal miner and is passionate about helping the people of our coalfield area. Ms. Blair is a lifelong resident and continues to reside in Logan with her son, Brandon, who attends Logan Middle School. Her ties to the community are many and she hopes to see the coalfields blossom again, with new industry and tourism spurred on by the resourcefulness of southern West Virginia’s people.

She is a 1996 Honors Graduate of Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College with an Associate in Science.

About Joshua Thompson


I was born and raised in Logan, WV; the son of a Control Electrician at American Electric Power, and the Algebra II Teacher at Logan High School. I am a 2009 graduate of LHS, and a proud Son of Marshall University where I earned my Bachelor of Arts in History & Political Science in 2012.

After spending my first twenty-two years in West Virginia, I decided to go out of state to law school. I matriculated to the University of Connecticut School of Law where I graduated in 2016.

I then made the decision to return to the Mountain State, where I was lucky enough to meet Steven and Chris. I’ve been working with Wolfe, White & Associates since September 2016 as a contract Paralegal until most recently going full time as a Paralegal. I intend to sit for the July 2017 West Virginia Bar Examination, and with passage, can start using my education and experiences to more fully assist the residents of Southern West Virginia with their legal needs.

About Kristen Scites

Legal Assistant

Kristen serves as our new Legal Assistant, she enjoys greeting our clients. She is a 2007 graduate of Man High School, 2010 graduate from Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College.

Prior to working in the legal field, Kristen worked in healthcare for 7 years working as a Medical Assistant and Phlebotomist. She also enjoys walking, reading and traveling with her husband as well as being with family and friends.