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PRINCETON—A Mercer County deputy sheriff is suing an automotive business and its principal, alleging extreme and outrageous conduct, libel, and slander, which he says damaged his reputation.
LOGAN -- A Michigan-based company is suing a welding business, alleging full payment from a credit account balance is still unpaid.
RIPLEY -- A Ravenswood company is suing a scrap business for allegedly hauling away the scrap but not paying for it.
NEW CUMBERLAND -- A horse owner is suing a farm owner after horse exerciser equipment allegedly caused injury to the plaintiff and killed his horse.
BLUEFIELD – West Virginia state Senate President Bill Cole and House Judiciary Chairman John Shott spoke recently at a legal reform group event. West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse members joined small business owners and community leaders in Bluefield to discuss the much-needed legal reforms passed by the West Virginia Legislature this year during WV CALA's final Small Business Summer Tour stop of the year. Cole and Shott spoke about legal reform issues they plan to address during ne
WHEELING -- A Toledo, Ohio, company is suing a Wheeling hardware store and its owner for allegedly defaulting on a loan.
CHARLESTON – The Joint Select Committee on Tax Reform will meet at 1 p.m.
MARTINSBURG – The West Virginia Attorney General Office’s Consumer Protection Division’s Eastern Panhandle Office has started assisting consumers in obtaining free credit reports every Wednesday from noon to 4 p.m. Residents can visit the office, located at 269 Aikens Center in Martinsburg, for the assistance. “One of the best ways for consumers to ensure that they have not become an identity theft victim is to run an annual credit check,” Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said in a statement.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is urging West Virginians to be cautious if they receive a Facebook message from someone claiming to have a United Nations and Government grant available. In this scam, a Facebook user will receive a message from someone that they believe is a Facebook friend.
PRINCETON -- The family of a deceased man is suing Bluefield Regional Medical Center and three of its doctors, alleging the man was diagnosed with a heart condition too late to safe his life.