Consumer Protection Hotline:
1-800-368-8808
Senior Protection Hotline: 304-558-1155
Medicaid Fraud Hotline:
1-888-372-8398

Public Resources

Public ResourcesConsumer Education Materials and Complaint Forms

The Office of the Attorney General is pleased to provide summary tips and resources for consumers and businesses alike on many of West Virginia’s consumer protection laws. The goal of these materials is to help explain areas of our state law in an understandable manner.

Consumers who believe they have been the victim of unlawful practices in the purchase of goods and services are encouraged to fill out the appropriate form listed below and return it to the West Virginia Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division. If additional information is needed, please contact our Consumer Protection Hotline at 1-800-368-8808.


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Attorney General Opinions

The Office of Attorney General is pleased to make available the Opinions issued during Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's tenure. Opinions can be accessed by clicking on the links below.

Archived Opinions issued by previous Attorneys General can be found in the State Register. We are working to provide access to those Opinions on this website as well and hope to have that information available in the near future.

Annual Report to the Governor, Senate President, and House of Delegates Speaker

The Office of the Attorney General is pleased to make available the Annual Report to the Governor, Senate President, and House of Delegates Speaker regarding pending causes of action in which the State is a party pursuant to West Virginia Code §5-3-4.

Reports can be accessed by clicking on the links below.

Freedom of Information & Open Meeting Laws

State laws on public records and open governmental proceedings are in place to provide the public with transparency about the inner workings of government and the actions of those who represent them as public officials and employees, and ensure that the proceedings of all public agencies are conducted in an open and public manner.

Constituents seeking additional information about the Freedom of Information Act and the Open Meetings or "Sunshine" Act, are encouraged to download the informational handbooks listed below.


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West Virginia Firearm Laws & Concealed Handgun Licenses

The Office of Attorney General is pleased to provide a summary of information on state firearm laws to help assist West Virginians. Constituents can find relevant information about West Virginia gun laws, including important information about concealed handgun licenses and reciprocity agreements, by clicking on the links below.

It is important to remember that gun laws vary from state to state. West Virginia gun owners must also be mindful of relevant federal and municipal laws and regulations. If you have any questions about the materials provided, or about state gun laws in particular, please contact the Office of Attorney General at 304-558-2021 and we will be happy to assist you.


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EPA Rules for New and Existing Coal-Fired Power Plants: Litigation and Rulemaking Documents

On November 3, 2015, the State of West Virginia, along with the States of Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the Arizona Corporation Commission, the State of Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, the State of North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality, and Attorney General Bill Schuette on behalf of the People of Michigan, filed a Petition for Review in the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., challenging EPA’s Section 111(b) Rule—also called the “NSPS”—which regulates new coal-fired power plants.

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First 100 Days Analysis

On Thursday, May 6, the Attorney General released an analysis of President Joe Biden’s use of executive orders during the first 100 days of his administration.

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