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Daily Archives: October 27, 2006
Charleston Area Medical Center’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman says Charleston Area Medical Center is to blame for the death of her daughter, who passed away soon after being born.
Charleston Town Center’s Court Street entrance
CHARLESTON – An Elkview woman says she broke both her legs as a result of the unsafe curb outside the Charleston Town Center Mall on Court St.
CHARLESTON – A top state political scientist says he has no idea what impact Don Blankenship’s efforts will have on the House of Delegates races in next week’s General Election.
CHARLESTON – Kanawha County Board of Education members want the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to award them a bigger share of state school aid. They complain that their entire tax levy counts against them in the state aid … Read More
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association has lashed out at state Chamber of Commerce President Steve Roberts after he filed a personal injury lawsuit related to an injury his daughter received.
CHARLESTON – Nationwide Mutual Insurance policyholders who sued the insurer in Jefferson and Marshall counties don’t want anyone settling their claims in Roane County. Five plaintiffs have asked the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to vacate an order of … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A Berkeley County woman says her fall on a broken sidewalk caused a nose bleed and broke her glasses and dentures. Joanne Hutchens is suing the City of Martinsburg and CSX Transportation over the alleged incident. She filed … Read More
CHARLESTON – Justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals must decide whether prejudice in an Ohio County jury cheated a dead man’s sons out of a fair verdict. In February, jurors found Valley Radiology physician Mark Kenamond liable … Read More
CHARLESTON – Carte Goodwin, legal counsel for Gov. Joe Manchin, says the circuit judge opening in Wood County should be filled soon.
WAYNE – A Kenova woman says her son was injured at a public pool and is suing the City of Wayne over his injuries. Tammy Brown filed the lawsuit Oct. 10 in Kanawha Circuit Court, alleging that on Oct. 7, … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A Berkeley County woman is suing a furniture company because she says one of its customers dumped furniture all over the road and caused her accident. Barbara Hoffmaster filed the lawsuit Oct. 20 in Berkeley Circuit Court against … Read More
CHARLESTON – A pair of asbestos lawsuits were recently entered into Kanawha Circuit Court, one by a former mechanic who died last year and another by a former Buckhannon refractory plant worker. Carol Neil, the personal representative of the Estate … Read More
WHEELING – An Ohio County rabbi is suing the Wheeling temple that has terminated his employment over the payment of the rest of his contract. Rabbi Ronald H. Bernstein-Goff demands the rest of his contract be paid in a petition … Read More
CHARLESTON – Manor Care Inc. is dealing with another lawsuit after the personal representative of the estate of a woman who died at Heartland of Charleston filed a complaint against it. Margaret Mosley, representing Queen Sharp’s estate, filed the suit … Read More
MARTINSBURG – A Berkeley County woman says Waste Management lied to the public about a landfill, then fired her for not agreeing with its practices. Antoinette Yates filed her lawsuit Oct. 17 in Berkeley Circuit Court against Waste Management of … Read More