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Daily Archives: September 6, 2006
CHARLESTON – Two men claim a fireball severely burned them while they were working and our suing their employer. Albert Nutgrass and Michael Brock filed suit Aug. 29 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Equitable Production Company. They say they were … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Taylor County man who missed two months of work says his insurance company has failed to pay his disability insurance claim. Gary Jones filed a lawsuit Aug. 28 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Trustmark Insurance Company and … Read More
Former state Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw speaks at the annual Labor Day picnic in Racine in Boone County. McGraw says an April 2004 car accident in Greenbrier County is partly to blame for his loss in that year’s General Election to Brent Benjamin, according to lawsuit filed in April.
LEWISBURG – The truck driver sued earlier this year by former state Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw is on active duty with the U.S. Navy about to be deployed to Iraq.
MORGANTOWN – A Monongalia County woman has filed suit against West Virginia University’s Board of Governors over a parking lot fight at a football game.
CHARLES TOWN – The owner of Charles Town Races and Slots is blaming a Sissonville-based asbestos abatement company for creating a health hazard on its property. Penn National Gaming, Inc., filed a lawsuit Aug. 23 in Jefferson Circuit Court against … Read More
CHARLES TOWN – A former blacksmith at Charles Town Races and Slots says he was forced to work in an unsafe area and was not paid benefits promised to him. Bernard Greer is seeking $100,000 in punitive damages in addition … Read More
CHARLES TOWN – A Charles Town man says the state Tax Commissioner’s Office did not notify him of when his assessment appeal hearing would be held and claims his right to due process was violated. John Robb, doing business as … Read More
CHARLESTON – Kanawha County’s court administrator resigned last week and plans to return to private practice. Bill Murray, who had been court administrator since 2001, has reportedly said he might run for Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney in 2008. Murray is … Read More