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CHARLESTON – An Ohio federal judge has filed two orders denying DuPont's motion for summary judgment and its proposed causation experts. District Judge Edmund A.
BECKLEY – A Raleigh County woman is suing her landlady over claims she was injured on the staircase of her rented home.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has suspended a Beckley attorneys law license for three years. On July 22, the Supreme Court issued its mandate, suspending David S.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing NGK Spark Plugs (USA) Inc. after she claims it violated the Family Medical Leave Act and wrongfully terminated her employment. Doris Scraggs was employed by the defendant from Aug. 19, 1996, until Jan. 12, according to a complaint filed June 5 in Kanawha Circuit Court and removed to federal court on July 20. Scraggs claims during her employment, she performed her duties in a satisfactory manner and met the defendant's reasonable expectations. On Dec. 10, 2013, Sc
MARTINSBURG – An employee is suing AVW of West Virginia Inc. after he claims it violated the Fair Labor Standards Act. Dale E.
CHARLESTON - A Jackson County woman is suing CACH LLC after she claims it violated the West Virginia Consumer Credit Protection Act. SquareTwo Financial Corporation is doing business as CACH LLC. Brenda G.
PINEVILLE -- A Wyoming County couple is suing over claims that the husband suffered permanent disability after working for years in negligently managed mines.
POINT PLEASANT—A Mason County father is suing a school jurisdiction on behalf of his minor child, alleging several counts of negligence when his daughter sustained an injury on her school’s playground.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman is suing Lowe's Home Centers LLC after she claims she and her unborn child were injured during a fall at a Lowe's store. On July 2, 2013, Sarah Cook went to Lowe's in Cross Lanes and, when she entered the store, she slipped in water that had accumulated on the floor, according to a complaint filed in Kanawha Circuit Court. Cook claims she fell, hitting her side and head on the concrete floor of the store and she lost consciousness after hitting her head. At
CHARLESTON – A Fayette County woman is suing Rite Aid of West Virginia Inc. after she claims it gave her the wrong medication and caused her injuries and damages. Virginia Tucker was issued a prescription for Doxepin 10mg from her physician for depression and anxiety and went to Rite Aid to get the prescription filled, according to a complaint filed in Kanawha Circuit Court. Tucker claims Rite Aid gave her a one-month supply of Carbidopa-Levodopa 10, instead of her prescribed medication. The