West Virginia Consumer Resources
West Virginians – if you are looking for state resources, we can help you. We have compiled a list of helpful links that will aide in your inquiry. Whether you’re looking for state agencies, legal resources, educational, financial, health, or employment-related sites, you can find links on them here.
Below is a summary of what each link has to offer. Any necessary contact information is also provided.
Attorney General –Read about different programs implemented in West Virginia designed to protect consumers and families. You can read more about the senior citizens help programs. Get information on recalls. You can also visit the consumer links to file complaints. You can contact the office at 1-800-368-8808.
Public Service Commission – This commission is dedicated to protecting utilities consumers, and ensuring that companies are providing safe and affordable services and operating within West Virginia law. Read about cases, or news developments from the commissioners. Request assistance or file a complaint. You can contact the office at 1-800-344-5113.
Small Claims Court – Looking for small claims court information? We’ve provided all the basics through this article. You can read statutes and find out court cost limits. Learn about appeal processes and attorney requirements. Discover special provisions in West Virginia’s law.
Lemon Law – Get information on WV’s lemon laws here. You can get an overview on the qualities needed to deem a vehicle a lemon. Our article also includes a step-by-step process of what to do if your vehicle is a lemon. Numbers to the Consumer Protection Hotline are available.
Department of Education & the Arts – Get information on the educational system of West Virginia through this website. You can view upcoming events or developing news. Read about grants and programs the State is funding. You can contact the office at (304) 558-2440.
Children's Health Program – Read about the specialized care West Virginia is dedicating to its little residents. You can find out which services are covered under the program. Learn about co-payments and eligibility. Find out what programs you can apply for.
Identity Theft – If you suspect you are a victim of identity theft, or know someone who is, this website is a helpful tool. You can get tips on how to protect yourself from identity theft. Learn about what actions you can take if you are a victim. You can also report identity theft through this website.
West Virginia Workforce – Learn about employment opportunities through this website. Job seekers can conduct a general inquiry for jobs through the database. Employers can post openings on the website. You can also visit additional links to find out about opportunities to further your education through here.