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Monthly Archives: August 2006
BECKLEY – More than half of a $300,000 settlement awarded to the family of a man who was beaten to death at Pinecrest Hospital will be given to the family’s attorney. Charleston attorney Keith Jones will receive about $160,000, while … Read More
HUNTINGTON – The Huntington Police Department reached a settlement with a female officer who claimed she was sexually harassed by co-workers. Stephanie Swann will receive $125,000 as a result of the lawsuit she filed in January 2005. She said male … Read More
PINEVILLE – Judge John Hrko can remember the days when Harold “Butch” Carte could bench-press more than 400 pounds. After all, it doesn’t seem that long ago. “He was an extremely strong man,” said Hrko, Wyoming County’s Circuit Judge. “It’s … Read More
Forbes Magazine (circ. 900,000) proclaimed earlier this month that West Virginia was the second-worst state in the U.S. in which to do business. Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia is losing her children to the American Dream, according to well-known demographics expert William H. Frey.
CHARLESTON – Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office has appointed outside counsel as special assistant attorneys general more than 25 times in the last three years.
CHARLESTON – Embattled attorney Dante DiTrapano has been released from a Huntington rehabilitation center and is on home confinement pending sentencing.
CHARLESTON – A woman who says she was injured while working at Charleston Newspapers has filed another lawsuit against the company, claiming it is to blame for her fall.
WHEELING – By e-mail, attorney Stuart Calwell of Charleston barely beat a deadline to explain his theories for a trial over a flood that soaked southern West Virginia five years ago.
CHARLESTON – The state’s Board of Registration for Professional Engineers has filed a lawsuit through the office of state Attorney General Darrell McGraw against a man it says violated several engineering laws.
CHARLESTON – Kanawha Circuit Judge Charles King has ordered Thornhill Superstores to open its financial records to former customers who sued the dealer over a “dollar over invoice” promotion. King signed an order Aug. 21, ordering Thornhill to produce financial … Read More
HUNTINGTON – A Kentucky man blames Banana Joe’s Island Party nightclub and four other defendants over an automobile accident that occurred in August 2004. The lawsuit was filed Aug. 15 in Cabell Circuit Court by Glenn Stanley against Wesley Armstrong, … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A West Virginia company says a man it hired as a consultant sold its assets to another company. In a lawsuit filed Aug. 16 in Berkeley Circuit Court, Tiger Aircraft and TFX Management Group claim Gene Criss of … Read More
Aug. 14 Ogden Directories, Inc. v. Bayliss and Phalen, PLLC PA-Gregory H. Schillace; J-Walker * Ogden Directories, which publishes a Charleston-area phone book, says Bayliss and Phalen did not pay for an advertisement. Ogden seeks $8,300. Case number: 06-C-1613 Karen … Read More
Aug. 22 John Pflugfelder v. Service Wire Company and Service Wire Sales, Inc. PA-Joseph K. Reeder J-David M. Pancake * Pflugfelder, a New Jersey resident, is suing Service Wire after he slipped and fell on equipment at Service Wire’s facility. … Read More