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CALA takes longer look at state Supreme Court voting blocs

Jul. 30, 2015, 9:40pm by Chris Dickerson

CHARLESTON – Another second batch of research from a legal reform group shows a trio of current state Supreme Court justices have been voting similarly for the past six years. West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse previously issued data showing Justices Robin Jean Davis, Margaret Workman and Brent Benjamin have voted most alike in non-unanimous decisions since the Spring 2013 term. New... more...

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Apple Grove man sues racetrack for injuries

Jul. 29, 2015, 3:06pm by Kyla Asbury

PINEVILLE – An Apple Grove man is suing Thunder Mountain Speedway after he claims he was injured while attending an event at the speedway. On July 13, 2013, Rocky Estep was a public invitee of the speedway when he suffered a severe injury when a motor vehicle participating in a motor sport event left the race track and struck him.

Woman sues Wood Health Care Clinic for negligence

Jul. 29, 2015, 2:55pm by Kyla Asbury

MOUNDSVILLE – A Moundsville woman is suing Wood Health Care Clinic after she claims it was negligent in its care of her. Dr. Gregory Wood and Duane Bartsch, a physician's assistant, were also named as defendants in the suit. On May 19, 2014, Tracy L.

Man blames Wildcat Powersports for defective vehicle

Jul. 29, 2015, 2:49pm by Kyla Asbury

HUNTINGTON – A Mason County man is suing Wildcat Powersports after he claims the vehicle he purchased was defective. On March 14, 2014, Brent Bush entered into a purchase contract with the defendant for the purchase of a 2013 Landcaster 650 Utility, according to a complaint filed July 10 in Cabell Circuit Court. Bush claims he was told the vehicle came with a five year warranty and he was told the defendant would repair any problems with the vehicle pursuant to the warranty. After purchasing

Huntington woman blames AutoZone for injuries

Jul. 29, 2015, 1:47pm by Kyla Asbury

HUNTINGTON – A Huntington woman is suing AutoZone Parts Inc. for injuries sustained in one of its stores. On Sept. 2, 2013, Mary Jane Goodall was on the premises of AutoZone and was attempting to enter the store when she tripped on the concrete block stop located in the individual parking space, according to a complaint filed in Cabell Circuit Court. Goodall claims immediately upon tripping, she crashed into the sidewalk, causing severe and permanent eye and head injuries. The defendant faile

Woman sues ProHandyman Services for damages

Jul. 29, 2015, 1:41pm by Kyla Asbury

HUNTINGTON – A Huntington woman is suing ProHandyman Services LLC after she claims the company damaged her home. Connie Overstreet's home was damaged by a fire in June 2014 and she contracted with ProHandyman in January to repair the damages to her home, according to a complaint filed in Cabell Circuit Court. Overstreet claims the contract between her and ProHandyman specified the work to be performed was for an estimated $68,964 and the defendant's work was to be performed in seven stages. T

Logan Co. man claims Ford Fiesta was a lemon

Jul. 29, 2015, 12:22pm by Carol Ostrow

LOGAN — A Logan County man is suing Ford, alleging professional negligence in his automobile’s alleged mechanical failure.

Former Genesis employee seeks benefits

Jul. 29, 2015, 12:12pm by Carol Ostrow

RIPLEY — A Jackson County man is suing a health care group doing business in Charleston, alleging unlawful employment practices when he left their employ.

New northern Panhandle judge to be sworn in Aug. 3

Jul. 28, 2015, 8:52am by Chris Dickerson

WELLSBURG – Jason A.

New Logan County judge to be sworn in

Jul. 28, 2015, 8:43am by Chris Dickerson

LOGAN – William Douglas Witten will be sworn in as the newest judge in the Seventh Judicial Circuit (Logan County) at 1 p.m.

AG: Use caution after online photo center breach

Jul. 28, 2015, 8:36am by Chris Dickerson

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is urging consumers to monitor their personal accounts and credit reports after several major retail stores announced a potential data breach with their online photo printing services. “Protecting consumers’ identities and information is of utmost importance to our office,” Morrisey said in a press release.