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NEW CUMBERLAND – A Texas oil company is suing to terminate a land contract it signed with a Weirton company.
WINFIELD – A Putnam County couple is suing because a brand-new vehicle they purchased allegedly did not conform to manufacturer warranties.
CHARLESTON – The estate of a man is suing a hospital claiming negligent medical care led to his death.
FAYETTEVILLE – A Greenville, S.C. property management company is suing over an allegedly unpaid lease and damage done to the commercial space.
?CHARLESTON – The bankruptcy case involving Freedom Industries has been officially settled, after U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Ronald Pearson gave final approval to Freedom's plan. The plan, approved Oct. 6, puts an end to negotiations between the company's lawyers, creditors, local residents who filed lawsuits, environmental regulators and other parties.
RIPLEY – A West Virginia bank is suing over a loan that allegedly remains unpaid by the defendant.
PINEVILLE – A Justice couple is suing over workplace injuries sustained by the husband, alleging that the mining company failed to provide a safe work environment.
BECKLEY – A Raleigh County couple is suing over allegedly incomplete and dangerous renovation work on their house.
CHARLESTON– A West Virginia woman is suing the chief correctional officer of the West Virginia Regional Jail Authority, claiming he failed to stop sexual abuse while she was incarcerated at the Southern Regional Jail.
CHARLESTON – A former inmate at a Kanawha County correctional facility is suing the institution for not releasing, at request, copies and videos of him during his stay at a regional jail.