Scott Segal is the President of the Segal Law Firm. He's considered perhaps the wealthiest trial lawyers in West Virginia. Segal’s practice concentrates on representing catastrophically injured people or the estates of those killed due to the negligence of others. Typical cases handled be Segal involve industrial accidents, aviation tragedies, tractor trailer crashes, train wrecks, mining accidents, electrocutions, workplace injuries, and injuries from defective products. Mr. Segal also has a major practice emphasis on class action litigation and complex mass litigation. The types of class and complex cases he has handled includes asbestos litigation, pharmaceuticals, insurance practices, and a wide range of consumer matters.
Segal officially put this 19,000-square-foot mansion on the market asking a mere $17 million.The mountaintop home on a 17-acre estate was built in 2001 by West Virginia artisans and union labor, and comes complete with eight bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. There’s also a carriage house, saltwater infinity pool, tennis court, steam room, massage room, sauna, fitness area and a dog-grooming hall. Other details include a reception hall has Brazilian mahogany woodwork handcrafted in England, ironwork from Tennessee, silk-lined walls and alabaster chandeliers. The master bathroom has rare Blue Bahia granite and polished marble surfaces in the hearth room.
This home is It’s the highest-valued residential property in Kanawha County, according to the Assessor’s Office. The estate sits beside the posh Quarry Creek development overlooking Kanawha City and comes with a huge $44,000 average in property taxes a year on the house.
Though one of the most well to do in Virginia Segal’s net worth was not publicly listed. Many are interested to find the exact figure of Segal’s estate, but despite his success, he remains humble and silent about his wealth. Perhaps a sign of his southern gentlemanship, or a meaningful statement about privacy rights, the exact truth remains to be ascertained.