Chelsea Prince’s least favorite phrase is “that’s the way we’ve always done it.” Chelsea is known by her clients, colleagues, and opposing counsel as someone who breaks the mold, always looking beyond the facts of the case to creatively and ethically defend her clients. Chelsea represents hospitals, employed physicians, and health systems in litigation involving allegations of medical malpractice. Chelsea is the lawyer you want on your team when your situation is stressful, uncertain, or intimidating. Whether it is the client’s first experience with litigation or not, Chelsea understands that the rigors of litigation can be daunting, and she prioritizes effective communication to make certain that her clients are informed about all aspects of their case, including creative solutions to end the litigation.
At the root of Chelsea’s practice is a deep-seated need to help clients through what is likely the toughest time they will ever face. The combination of a kind heart and a creative, razor sharp mind gives Chelsea the winning recipe for her clients’ success.
Chelsea is an avid learner and is always building her arsenal to improve her medical knowledge, litigation strategy, and communication skills. In her free time, Chelsea enjoys reading police procedurals and hiking with her husband and their two dogs, Rosie and Annie.
2009-2010 Summer Associate, Steptoe & Johnson
2009-2010 Tutor, WVU College of Law
2008 West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals
2007-2008 Graduate Assistant, WVU Student Organization Services