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CHARLESTON – West Virginia Physicians Mutual Insurance Company lost some freedom and gained some at the Supreme Court of Appeals.
CHARLESTON – Drug companies cannot escape liability for harmful prescriptions in West Virginia by laying all responsibility on doctors, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled June 27.
CHARLESTON — The Administrative Director of the state’s court system has been appointed to serve on the Council of State Government’s Justice Center Board of Directors.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston attorney wants to prove that being on the state Supreme Court isn’t a daunting and overwhelming task.
CHARLESTON – Justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals who awarded a new trial to sexual assault suspect Denver Youngblood tried to sanitize him, Justice Brent Benjamin wrote in dissent.
CHARLESTON- Drivers of all terrain vehicles don’t need driver’s licenses to run on road shoulders, but according to the Supreme Court of Appeals those who lose driver’s licenses lose the right to run ATVs on shoulders.
CHARLESTON – Justice Larry Starcher of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals pleaded passionately for Valerie Whittaker, vouching not only for her innocence but also for her courage.
CHARLESTON – As the state Supreme Court agrees to hear a possible challenge to a medical malpractice reform law, those who supported and opposed it say they plan to watch the case closely.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear a Mason County case that could challenge the constitutionality of a medical malpractice reform law.
CHARLESTON – Terry Mace and Donald Mace sold a wreck to Liberty Mutual Insurance for scrap and then sued the insurer for scrapping it. The Maces claimed Liberty Mutual sold parts off a 1994 Ford Explorer to get rid of … Read More
CHARLESTON — To extend the statute of limitations for a man who suffered temporary mental illness, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals stretched the words “at the same time” to mean a few days. Four of five Justices reversed … Read More
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justice Elliott “Spike” Maynard says he isn’t ready to give up his seat on the bench just yet.
CHARLESTON- Braxton County Magistrate Carolyn Cruickshanks cannot draw her pay while on suspension for allegedly helping her son set up a jail inmate for retaliation, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled.
CHARLESTON – Mingo Circuit Judge Michael Thornsbury rewarded wrecker Kenneth Cox for deceitfully holding a vehicle, according to a May 25 opinion of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.
CHARLESTON – Adonis Thompson, who slept while his two-year-old son died in a hot car, failed to convince the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals that he did not commit a crime. The Justices on May 11 unanimously affirmed his … Read More