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Monthly Archives: March 2006
March 15 Pamela Anderson vs. Kmart Corp. PA – Barry Beck; J – Christopher Wilkes * Anderson says she was involuntarily terminated from her job at Kmart in Martinsburg on Jan. 4, 2006, and she claims the defendant violated the … Read More
CHARLESTON – It’s hard to put a human face on a number as large as 13,000. Charleston attorney James Peterson has seen a couple of those faces, though. And he’s seen the fear in them.
WINFIELD – Four high school softball coaches in Putnam County have filed a lawsuit against the West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission over a rule that states high school softball players may only play in 32 games during the regular … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A Martinsburg man and his daughter are suing a hotel gym after he claims his 7-year-old daughter was attacked by a mentally retarded man who has a hair fetish in the hotel pool and is seeking nearly $4 … Read More
CHARLESTON – Grubb Law Group will collect $143,026.66 for representing clients who won less than a twentieth of that amount at trial. The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals declined March 28 to hear an appeal from automaker DaimlerChrysler seeking … Read More
MORGANTOWN – An attorney best known for his defense of “suicide doctor” Jack Kevorkian helped convince a Monongalia County jury to award $17 million in damages to a Pennsylvania girl whose family says was severely brain-damaged by a botched delivery at birth.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston woman who says she was institutionalized from ages 6 to 18 is suing the Department of Health and Human Resources of the State of West Virginia for not providing her a normal upbringing. Shanika Christian of … Read More
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CHARLESTON – West Virginia’s Supreme Court of Appeals should not have taken the side of the daughter of wealthy lawyer Ralph Haines in a struggle over his will, according to Justice Larry Starcher. Read More
CHARLESTON – A Charleston woman says she was unfairly terminated last January when she tried to return to work from a heart attack. Emma Johnson states in a lawsuit filed March 22 in Kanawha Circuit Court that Patton Building Services … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Sissonville woman says her 7-year-old daughter still has a scar from an incident on the Sissonville Elementary playground.
CHARLESTON – Two West Virginians have filed lawsuits against several companies involved in the distribution of body parts that were allegedly obtained illegally by New Jersey-based company. David Ramella and Jami Frazier say in separate lawsuits filed in U.S. District … Read More
CHARLESTON – Attorney Dante DiTrapano was arrested again Saturday in Florida, this time on a warrant for failing to appear at a motion hearing in connection with his arrest earlier this month on crack cocaine charges.
ST. LOUIS – Court reforms helped automaker DaimlerChrysler choose to invest more than a billion dollars in Missouri, according to Lt. Gov Peter Kinder. “Missouri gets it,” he said at a March 27 press conference in downtown St. Louis. DaimlerChrysler’s … Read More
WINFIELD – A Hurricane man says he was a victim of discrimination after wrongly being fired after being off the job because of a work-related injury. Kenneth E. Rooper filed the lawsuit March 16 in Putnam Circuit Court against B … Read More