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Monthly Archives: May 2006
Stephen LaCagnin, administrative manager and head of the litigation department of the Morgantown office of Jackson Kelly PLLC, recently was elected Chairman of the Morgantown Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
CHARLESTON – Suspended Wayne County Magistrate Tommy Toler has been granted disability retirement benefits by the state Consolidated Public Retirement Board.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman says her personal information was stolen by a nurse at St. Francis Hospital who used it to identify herself to the police. Paula Fields filed a lawsuit May 24 against Charleston Hospital, Inc., and … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man is suing the City of Charleston and the two city police officers he claims beat him while he was suffering from diabetic shock. Jeffrey Mark Bricker filed the lawsuit May 24 in Kanawha Circuit … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Charleston man says he was fired from his job because he has cancer. Kristopher Cook filed the lawsuit May 24 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Deaf Education and Advocacy Focus of West Virginia and Patrick Black. Black … Read More
POINT PLEASANT – A Mason County doctor who alleges his attorney forged his signature on a 2004 settlement check, may receive his day in court if the attorney’s current bankruptcy case is dismissed.
POINT PLEASANT – A Point Pleasant attorney’s bankruptcy filing is not the first time he’s been in financial trouble. In addition to his filing on Oct. 13, 2005, Raymond G. Musgrave previously filed for bankruptcy on Oct. 2, 1987. (U.S. … Read More
CHARLESTON – The case of a former employee in the Kanawha County prosecutor’s office has been settled after she claimed the county commission denied her claim for unpaid back wages and annual leave. Denise Tucker’s attorney, Lonnie Simmons of DiTrapano, … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Charleston attorney is suing the Kanawha County Board of Education for not complying with his request for insurance information. J. Michael Ranson of Ranson Law Offices filed the lawsuit May 22 in Kanawha Circuit Court and claims … Read More
CHARLESTON – The estate of a woman who says sewage flooded her basement is suing the City of Charleston and the Sanitation Board. Mikel Jones and Scott Jones filed the lawsuit on behalf of the late Joyce Pullen May 23 … Read More
CHARLESTON – A couple named 51 defendants in a recently filed asbestos lawsuit. Carroll and Eunice Stone filed it May 19 in Kanawha Circuit Court through attorney John Skaggs of Charleston law firm The Calwell Practice. Carroll Stone worked as … Read More
MOUNDSVILLE – A Marshall County couple is suing Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. for prolonging the settling of a separate claim against it. Richard and Norma Rickrode filed the lawsuit May 22 in Marshall Circuit Court through attorney James Robinson of … Read More
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CHARLESTON – A Minnesota man involved in a wreck on the West Virginia Turnpike in Kanawha County is suing Gov. Joe Manchin and the Department of Transportation secretary.
WINFIELD – A Hurricane couple blames the Putnam County Commission and the South Putnam Service District for raw sewage that flooded the basement of their home. R. Richard Duttine II and Tammy Ours Duttine filed the lawsuit May 19 in … Read More