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Monthly Archives: January 2007
Jan. 16 Maribeth J. Hickman-Coleman v. the City of Charleston, West Virginia, and Jon W. Petry PA – Charles M. Johnstone, II; J – King * Hickman-Coleman filed a suit against the City of Charleston and a Charleston police officer, … Read More
Jan. 10 Clifford Dwane Bennett vs. Clarence William Taggart Jr. J- Wilson; PA- Jeffrey W. McCamic * Bennett and Taggart owned real estate as tenants in common. A partition of the land cannot be made, and Bennett wants to accept … Read More
Jan. 17 Nationwide Insurance Companies v. Candy Raye Harvey J-N/A; PA-Michael R. Cline * Nationwide claims Harvey negligently operated an automobile, causing a collision with its insured. The sum of $26,444.32 in property damages and bodily injuries were sustained and … Read More
Jan. 12 Gak Inc. and Connie McKenzie’s Inc. dba Boss’ v. Allegheny Energy Service Corporation PA-Mark Jenkinson; J-Thomas Steptoe Jr. * Gak Inc. owned Boss’ restaurant, which was destroyed in a fire on Jan. 14, 2005. Gak is claiming Allegheny … Read More
Jan. 3 Sharon E. Crook-Hanna vs. Joseph M. “Mike” Thompson, Mary J. Thompson, Robert Kerns, Kerns Hauling & Excavating LLC, Rick Mann and Marta E. Mann PA – Michael Scales; J – David Sanders * The plaintiff claims the defendants … Read More
CHARLESTON – Kanawha County has a new chief magistrate. Joe Shelton was appointed as chief magistrate Jan. 12, replacing Kim Aaron. Charles King, who is now the chief circuit court judge for Kanawha, appointed Shelton earlier this month. “I think … Read More
CHARLESTON — Just think: based upon comments by Delegate Carrie Webster (D-Kanawha), the new chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, she could potentially earn herself a nomination for the John F. Kennedy Foundation’s “Profiles In Courage” Award.
CHARLESTON — State Attorney General Darrell McGraw has been singled out in a Competitive Enterprise Institute report ranking the nation’s worst AGs.
CHARLESTON – Powerball winner Jack Whittaker and City National Bank have exchanged lawsuits in the past week. Read More
CHARLESTON — Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office has been driving a Credit Car around the state helping consumers obtain free copies of their credit reports.
CHARLESTON — More judges are going back to school.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against Kanawha Valley Senior Services after she fell on steps of a van used to transport senior citizens. Mae L. Hardman filed the suit Jan. 17, seeking compensation for her … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman filed a suit against a Charleston police officer and the city after the officer ran a stop sign and hit her vehicle. Maribeth Hickman-Coleman filed the suit Jan. 16 in Kanawha Circuit Court against … Read More
BECKLEY – One sixth of the lawsuits from the flood of 2001 washed down the drain Jan. 18, when Ohio Circuit Judge Arthur Recht dismissed every claim from the Coal River watershed.
MARTINSBURG – A Berkeley County woman is suing a national retail store after she injured herself slipping on the floor. Aline E. Valentin-Dunsmuir was a customer at Big Lots in Berkeley County in June 2005. While there she slipped and … Read More