Brian Scot Lindsay is an AV-Preeminent-rated attorney and a member of Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC. As a WV mass tort and complex litigation lawyer, Brian has successfully fought for favorable results for his clients in the construction, manufacturing, insurance, and utilities industries.
Brian is a West Virginia toxic tort defense lawyer who will handle your case as if it were his own. He has spent the entirety of his 22 years as a WV attorney helping clients navigate the complexities of West Virginia asbestos litigation. He handles numerous trial and mediation groups annually, bringing his years of expertise and litigation experience to the table in defense of his clients.
Prior to practicing law, Brian worked for two major carriers in the property and casualty insurance industry. Hailing from a family of many attorneys, he always had an interest in the law. When an opportunity to attend the University of Kentucky College of Law presented itself, Brian seized it with the full support of his family. His years of prior experience in insurance claims lend well to his work in all aspects of his practice and he is keenly in tune with the needs of carriers and individual claims representatives and he strives to exceed all expectations with regard to reporting and keeping clients and carriers apprised of developments in the case.
Brian has been selected by his peers to be recognized in The Best Lawyers in America(c) in the field of Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions - Defendants, continuously since 2010, and he also has been selected to the list of Super Lawyers Rising Stars.
Developing personal connections is important to Brian, and he strives to make client communication a priority, keeping carrier representatives and clients updated regularly throughout the complex litigation process. His outgoing personality, superb work ethic, and ability to adapt to changing circumstances in high-pressure situations make him the West Virginia toxic tort lawyer you want on your team.
When he’s not protecting the interests of employers, property owners, manufacturers, suppliers and contractors, you might find Brian at a college sports game or at the dog park. He also enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, fishing, and reading.
J.D., University of Kentucky College of Law, 1999
B.B.A., Eastern Kentucky University, 1989
Professional and Community Activities:
American Bar Association, 1999 to Present
The West Virginia State Bar, Member, 1999 to Present
Cabell County Bar Association, Member, 1999 to Present
Defense Research Institute, Member, 2002 to Present
Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia, Member, 2002 to Present
Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumnus