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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
CHARLESTON – When the National Council on Compensation Insurance signed up to help West Virginia convert from public to private workers compensation, the consulting firm spotted a problem right away. Employers never had possessed written policies from the old West … Read More
CHARLESTON – Everyone who sells cars for West Virginia dealers will need a license to stay in the business.
CHARLESTON – No injured workers have sued over benefits they lost in West Virginia’s shift from public to private workers compensation, but four former state employees have sued over health benefits they claim they lost in the transition.