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PINEVILLE — A Wyoming County woman is suing Family Dollar Stores, a company where she worked for seven years, claiming the defendant fired her after she filed a workers’ compensation claim.
PRINCETON — A Mason County woman is suing Princeton Health Care Center, claiming the nursing home's neglect of her mother’s care contributed to her death.
MARTINSBURG – A man is suing the Jefferson County Board of Education through his guardian after he claims he was injured by a teacher at school.
KINGWOOD – A man is suing R&R Operations LLC after he claims he was injured from a fall from a rooftop. Mark Ball, Sheri Ball, Shorthorns LLC and Maine Crossings LLC were also named as defendants in the suit. On Dec. 14, the defendants in the suit filed motions to dismiss the lawsuit, citing improper venue. The court ordered that the case be transferred to Preston Circuit Court from Monongalia Circuit Court.
CHARLESTON – A Delbarton man is suing Williamson Memorial Hospital after he claims it violated HIPAA by disclosing personal information about his surgery.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled that the injections sought by a man for his injury are medically necessary and should be allowed. The court has considered the parties’ briefs and the record on appeal, according to a memorandum decision filed Feb. 4 by the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals
CHARLESTON – The Webb Law Centre is offering its eighth annual free Valentine's Day divorce to the person who presents the "most compelling story." The Webb Law Centre will choose the winner based on its opinion of whose story is the most convincing of why they deserve the free divorce. The divorce is limited to an uncontested, no-fault divorce with no or minimal child custody issues.
GRAFTON — A Taylor County woman is suing Ervins Auto Repair and several other individuals, claiming liability for nearly $18,000 in medical costs for an accident involving an tow truck.
MORGANTOWN — A suit filed by a Pennsylvania couple seeks damages from the Hampton Inn in Morgantown and its owners over a dispute involving an alleged infestation of insects and mites.
MARTINSBURG — Cascade Auto Wholesalers and three other defendants in a sexual harassment lawsuit filed a petition Feb. 3 to move the case from Berkeley Circuit Court to U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia Martinsburg Division.