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It may be hard to believe as much from the antics you read about regularly on these pages, but everybody doesn’t have what it takes to be a lawyer in West Virginia. Read More
CLARKSBURG – Former Salem International University vice president Debra Mertz claims her employers retaliated against her because she refused to help them run the school as a diploma mill.
CHARLESTON – A legal grudge match pitting two doctors against each other may hold as much at stake over the future of medical malpractice cases as last week’s Friends of Coal Bowl had for bragging rights as to who would be the state’s No. 1 football team.
POINT PLESANT – In addition to the case now on appeal before the state Supreme Court, a Point Pleasant urologist is defending himself against in a second malpractice suit, one which has been dormant for seven years.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a medical malpractice suit against a pediatrician’s office because of the time it took to diagnose her infant son, who ultimately lost his hearing because of his illness. Christa Robinson and Ronald … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man who says his life was threatened after he witnessed a copper theft at a mine has filed a suit against the mine company, claiming he was forced to work in a hostile environment. Philip … Read More
City Hospital in Martinsburg.
MARTINSBURG – A Berkeley County woman has filed a medical malpractice suit against a hospital, claiming she sustained serious injuries due to a lack of care from her surgeon.
Aug. 30 City of Beckley, W.Va. v. West Virginia Division of Labor, David Mullins, commissioner, Darrell V. McGraw, Attorney General PA – Ricklin Brown; J – Walker * The City of Beckley has filed a suit against the Division of … Read More
Aug. 29 Wes Banco Inc. vs. Douglas Rees PA-Marie Bechtel; J-Wilson * Wes Banco states Rees owes on two Promissory Notes. One dated May 17, 2004 owing $3,767.33 and one dated April 26, 2005 for $7,409.18. Cost plus interest are … Read More
Aug. 31 Joyce Louise Sharps and Donald Sharps v. West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc. PA-Michael L. Solomon; J-Robert B. Stone * On Dec. 25, 2005, Joyce Sharps was walking outdoors on the property of West Virginia University Hospitals Inc. Sharps … Read More
Sept. 6 Grover Lewis v. City of Huntington PA-James E. Spurlock; J-John L. Cummings * Lewis was exiting a Huntington McDonald’s when, according to the suit, he tripped and fell over broken pavement. As a result, Lewis claims he suffered … Read More
Aug. 16 Christopher Resh vs. Gantt’s Excavating and Contracting Inc. and Boyds Crossing LLC PA – Guy Bucci; J – Gray Silver * Resh claims the defendants violated Occupational Safety and Health Administration rules by ignoring safe excavation and construction … Read More
Aug. 16 PA-John Jurco; J-Madden Reynolds Memorial Hospital vs. Shannon Danehart * Reynolds claims Bubnich owes $13,825.26 services provided between September 2002 and December 2006. Case number: 07-C-197 Aug. 31 Kimberly R. Brooks vs. City of Moundsville Zoning Board of … Read More
Sept. 5 Kristen Ellen Hamilton, Donald Lemon Hamilton v. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and LaSalle Bank National Association and Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Inc. d/b/a American Servicing Company PA-Aaron C. Amore; J-Thomas Steptoe Jr. * The Hamiltons claims Wells Fargo, … Read More
Aug. 22 Lisa Phillips vs. West Virginia Auto Center, LLP J-Thomas H. Keadle; PA-David A. Sims * The complaint alleges the defendant deceptively sold her a deficient vehicle, rife with problems not discovered until after purchase. Phillips claims the defendant … Read More