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Monthly Archives: June 2006
MOUNDSVILLE – A Marshall County woman says Cameron Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is to blame for the death of her mother. Betty Jean Gump filed a lawsuit June 21 in Marshall Circuit Court, alleging her mother Beulah McCracken’s death on … Read More
MORGANTOWN – A Monongalia County man says a towing company crushed his feet into the ground. David Simmons filed a lawsuit June 23 in Monongalia Circuit Court against Ervin’s Repair and Towing, Inc., and unknown John Does who are employees … Read More
The portrait of Jesus hangs in the hallway at Bridgeport High School.
CLARKSBURG – An attorney and former teacher at Bridgeport High School have filed a lawsuit over a portrait of Jesus Christ that hangs in the halls of Bridgeport High.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston man is claiming his request for help during a 911 emergency call went unfulfilled and cost him his leg. Robert Hodge filed a lawsuit June 23 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Metro 911 and Kanawha County … Read More
CHARLESTON – The Administrator of the estate of a woman who was killed by a falling tree and the father of her granddaughter has filed a lawsuit against those they feel responsible for the incident. Marlon Collins, the Administrator of … Read More
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CHARLESTON – Two state Supreme Court justices say an Upshur County magistrate accused of inappropriate sexual conduct should have been suspended, but they think he should have continued to have been paid.
CHARLESTON – The director of the Division of Water and Waste Management of the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection is claiming a man dumped contaminated soil at a site that’s location he never specified. Lisa McClung says Carl Higginbotham, … Read More
CHARLESTON – Charli Fulton, the Senior Assistant Attorney General in Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office, recently took a complaint from a man whose identity was stolen through his credit report. “What can happen is people can get credit in your … Read More
HUNTINGTON – In nine separate complaints, nine former employees of a Cabell County security company are suing it, alleging it failed to pay them overtime wages for their work in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. Craig Wood, David Wilson, Damatric … Read More
WINFIELD — A Charleston construction company was underbilled for natural gas service during a Putnam County project, and the gas company has filed suit to get its money. Union Oil and Gas Inc. filed the lawsuit against BBL Carlton on … Read More
WINFIELD — A girl seeks damages from Big Sandy Superstores after she says she fell on a bed display at the company’s Teays Valley store. Courtney Whittington, through her mother Melissa Whittington, filed the complaint June 8 in Putnam Circuit … Read More
CHARLESTON – Dante DiTrapano’s law license should be suspended, according to the West Virginia Bar.
CHARLESTON – Thirteen years after a shocking discovery that Trooper Fred Zain of the West Virginia State Police Crime Laboratory provided false and inaccurate evidence, a cloud still hangs over the crime lab. The state Supreme Court of Appeals on … Read More
CHARLESTON – Property owners who leased oil and gas rights to Columbia Natural Resources received less in royalties than they deserved, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled. The Court decided June 15 that Columbia improperly deducted expenses … Read More
CHARLESTON — Jackson Kelly attorney Laurie Miller has been elected to the Board of Governors of the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia (DTCWV). Miller will serve as the DTC’s “Young Lawyer” representative for a three-year term.