Ben Salango, founder of Salango Law, PLLC, has been recognized for his outstanding work on behalf of Charleston, West Virginia personal injury Plaintiffs. He has been named as one of the “Best Lawyers in America” in the field of personal injury litigation and medical malpractice for ten consecutive years. In addition, Mr. Salango has been named “Lawyer of the Year” for his exceptional work on behalf of medical malpractice victims on two occasions, and for his work on behalf of personal injury Plaintiffs on three occasions, as voted on by his peers and published in Best Lawyers in America.
Mr. Salango has over two decades of experience in personal injury litigation, having tried around 50 civil jury trials in West Virginia. He has argued numerous cases in the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. His hard work and dedication have resulted in the recovery of tens of millions of dollars for victims of Charleston medical malpractice, personal injury, and wrongful death. His cases have received national attention and have been featured on several news networks and publications.
Mr. Salango has achieved an “AV” Preeminent® rating from his colleagues in the Martindale-Hubbell legal directory for his work in personal injury specializing in medical malpractice, which is the highest rating an attorney can receive. He has also been recognized by several organizations, including being included in Super Lawyers® magazine for eleven consecutive years, and being acknowledged as one of the Top 40 West Virginians under the age of 40 by the State Journal in 2012.
Mr. Salango has achieved impressive results on behalf of his clients, including several multi-million dollar settlements and judgments. He is frequently invited to lecture on various topics related to trial tactics, personal injury, medical malpractice, damages, cross-examination, and discovery.
Mr. Salango received his education from West Virginia University and West Virginia University College of Law. He is actively involved in local charities and government, and is passionate about coaching youth sports, community service, and representing indigent clients pro bono. Mr. Salango currently resides in Charleston with his wife and two sons.