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RIPLEY – A Given couple says the modular home they ordered from The Commodore Corp. and D&W Estates is both structurally and cosmetically defective and fails to meet West Virginia structural codes.
CHARLESTON – An Ohio County Correctional Complex inmate says Charleston police officers harassed him with racial epithets and manhandled him during two arrests.
MARLINTON – A Randolph County man says he suffered injuries when a truck full of logs collided with the train on which he was a passenger.
PINEVILLE – A former coal miner says violations of safety rules by Big River Mining and other previous employers subjected him to harmful coal and silica dust.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says a consumer representative from his office will conduct mobile office hours during December throughout four local counties.
CHARLESTON – Citizens in the Southern District of West Virginia are being targeted by phone calls and threatened with prosecution for failing to appear for jury service in federal court. In this scam, the caller identifies himself as a representative of the court and asks for the victim by name.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Marshall County couple says their insurance agent sold them a policy for their farm that did not include liability coverage for claims related to farming.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Cameron husband and wife are suing an excavation company and one of its employees over injuries sustained in a vehicle collision.
MOUNDSVILLE – Two West Virginia residents are suing a deputy sheriff and the Marshall County Commission after they claim they were illegally arrested.
MOUNDSVILLE – An Ohio man is suing an insurance company to claim benefits for injuries he sustained in an automobile collision.