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Keith Christopher Gamble was born on April 28, 1971 and raised in Morgantown, West Virginia. He attended Morgantown High School and then West Virginia University where he graduated Cum Laude with a B.A. in English, and Political Science. Thereafter he attended, and obtained, his Masters in Public Administration from West Virginia University in 1996. In the fall of 1996, Mr. Gamble attended Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania where he earned his J.D. in 1999.
Upon graduation Mr. Gamble began work with the Kanawha County Prosecutor’s Office. During his time with Kanawha County, Mr. Gamble prosecuted cases in juvenile, magistrate, and circuit court. As an assistant prosecutor, Mr. Gamble gained vast courtroom and jury trial experience, including the successful prosecution of four capital murder cases and numerous other felony jury trials. As a felony prosecutor, Gamble was primarily assigned to the prosecution of cases before the Honorable Judge Irene C. Berger, and now retired Judge Herman Canady. Post 9/11, on behalf of the prosecutor’s office, Mr. Gamble was the assigned Deputy Director of Homeland Security.
In April of 2003, Keith Gamble began practicing with Pullin, Fowler, Flanagan, Brown and Poe, PLLC, focusing on civil litigation matters. In January of 2006, Mr. Gamble joined the ranks of the firm’s membership. In September of 2004, Mr. Gamble transferred to the newly opened Morgantown, West Virginia office of Pullin, Fowler, Flanagan, Brown, and Poe, PLLC.
Mr. Gamble’s experience covers the defense of flood, trucking, construction, employment, and products liability. Mr. Gamble’s primary focus of practice is the defense and representation of State and municipal entities as well as law enforcement and first responders.
He is admitted in practice before the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, the United States District Court in both the Northern and Southern Districts of West Virginia and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Pullin Fowler Flanagan Brown & Poe, PLLC Attorney Obtains Favorable Ruling from the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia PFFB&P member, Keith Gamble, recently obtained a favorable ruling from the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. Mr. Gamble defended his client, the City of Ranson, against the Petitioners’ efforts to overturn the Trial Court’s dismissal of petitioner’s suit. Prior to dismissal, the Circuit Court had ordered Plaintiffs to show cause why their action had not been deemed moot. Instead, the Plaintiffs moved to amend to add substantive claims not previously presented. The Trial Court denied the Motion to Amend and dismissed the suit. Plaintiffs appealed the Circuit Court’s denial. The Supreme Court affirmed, finding no abuse of discretion because the facts underlying the newly raised claims were present at the time of the original complaint. The Court ruled via Memorandum Opinion rejecting the appeal and upholding the lower Court decision. Congratulations Keith!”
On March 21, 2022, the WVSCA granted a Writ of Prohibition filed by Keith Gamble on behalf of his client March-Weston Company, Inc. The ruling clarified the much debated application of the West Virginia non-party statute, § 55-7-13d. The ruling produced a new syllabus point that states non-parties shall be considered by juries for assessing percentages of fault in a jury trial.READ MORE