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Monthly Archives: September 2006
Sept. 15 Joseph Stevens v. Elizabeth Knott-Cardis PA-Mark Jenkinson; J-Thomas Steptoe Jr. * Stevens accuses Knott-Cardis of, among other charges, negligently operating her motor vehicle on Oct. 18, 2004, resulting in his injury. Stevens has $20,455 in medical expenses. He … Read More
Sept. 15 John Kruzeski and Elizabeth Arden Stewart vs. Bernard Morrisey J- Wilson; PA- Anthony C Sunseri * Kruzeski and Arden agreed to perform labor on Morrisey’s flood damaged home in exchange for recommendation of Kruzeski’s book to a movie … Read More
Sept. 13 Carol Litten and Wayne Litten vs. John Williams and Grapevine Business Park LLC PA – Arthur Boyce; J – Christopher Wilkes * The plaintiffs claim Williams, who owns Grapevine, made a verbal agreement with them about leasing space … Read More
CHARLESTON – Despite denying she influenced the state Supreme Court to reduce her son’s 2001 kidnapping and torture conviction, court records show a Dunbar woman and her husband may have used their knowledge of the legal system to avoid paying … Read More
It’s Darrell McGraw’s West Virginia world, and we all merely live in it.
Teena Miller holds her newborn son Luke while husband Ty, who is stationed in Iraq, watches via a Webcam hookup. Ty was able to see his son’s birth through the Webcam link with Ohio Valley Medical Center in Wheeling.
WHEELING – Jackson Kelly attorney Teena Miller didn’t let 6,000 miles or so keep her husband from witnessing the birth of his first son.
CHARLESTON – Now that football season is in high gear, a state legal watchdog group says it will be throwing penalty flags on courthouse steps to pinpoint serious state legal problems.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court of Appeals will hear arguments from the ex-wife of a prominent Charleston marketing and public relations executive as she makes a case for more alimony. Martha Ryan, the ex-wife of Charles Ryan, will appeal … Read More
NEW YORK CITY – Only in America could an 85 year old judge put himself in charge of a $200 billion lawsuit with 60 million plaintiffs. It happened Sept. 25 when U. S. District Judge Jack Weinstein of New York … Read More
Dear Editor, The future of communications law in America is currently in the hands of the U.S. Senate, who has the chance to vote in favor of H.R. 5252 (The Advanced Telecommunications and Opportunity Reform Act). This pivotal piece of … Read More
Dear Editor: A question to all of your readers: Are you a cable customer tired of rising cable bills that don’t match the amount of services and technologies that are being provided to you? If you answered “yes” to this … Read More
WASHINGTON, D. C. – All last week, U. S. Supreme Court Justices pondered a possible antitrust trial against 31 states with matching tobacco laws. The Justices can either allow U. S. District Judge John Keenan in New York to hold … Read More
CHARLESTON – A woman has filed an asbestos lawsuit stemming from the death of her husband. Patsy Ruth Vanhoose filed suit Sept. 18 in Kanawha Circuit Court against 67 defendants. Her husband Billy Ray Vanhoose, of Sissonville, died Sept. 19, … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A Martinsburg woman says she suffered permanent injury as a result of the treatment she received at City Hospital in Martinsburg. Sharon Moats and husband William filed the lawsuit Sept. 19 in Berkeley Circuit Court against City Hospital, … Read More