MOST RECENT ARGUMENTS
- If parents aren’t responsible for protecting their children, who is?
- Asbestos attorneys: ‘Trust us. We know what we’re doing.’
- Reining in the renegade bureaucrats in Washington
Most Read Last 7 Days
- Lawsuit against Sam’s Club alleging unauthorized search dismissed
- Ohio man alleges ulcerative colitis caused by DuPont’s Wood Co. plant
- Beckley PD denies traffic stop of bar owner was a prank
- Fired Buffalo Wild Wings workers file racial discrimination lawsuits
- Former Hooters employee sues, alleges racial discrimination
- Portfolio Recovery Associates sued over debt collection practices
- Judgment entered in lawsuit against gynecologist for nearly $315,000
- Man with amputated foot wants dismemberment benefits
- Woman says she was hit with vacuum at Mountaineer Casino
- Contractor sued over alleged injury in Putnam court
Tag Cloud2012 Election All Things Jury Arguments Asbestos Berkeley County Boone County Brooke County Cabell County Class Action Contract Discrimination Federal Court Harrison County Jackson County Jefferson County Kanawha County Lincoln County Logan County Marshall County Mason County Medical Malpractice Mercer County Mingo County Monongalia County News Ohio County Our View Personal Injury Personnel File Putnam County Raleigh County Sexual Harassment State Attorney General State Government State Government State Supreme Court Their View Top Stories Upshur County Wayne County Website Text Ads Wood County Wrongful Death Wrongful Termination Your Legal Writes
NEWS WIDGETAttention bloggers:
Add Record Headlines to your site!fast + free- click here
Monthly Archives: September 2007
Sept. 14 Beatrice Caplan and Melvin Caplan v. PNGI Charles Town Gaming LLC PA-Andrew Skinner; J-Thomas Steptoe Jr. * On Sept. 16, 2006, the Caplans were patrons of Charles Town Races & Slots. Melvin Caplan is blind and his wife … Read More
Sept. 4 PA- Richard Brown; J- Karl Richard Brown vs. Wyetta Fredricks; James Spencer; Cecilia Janiszewski; Lt. Midcap; James Rubenstein; Prime Care Medical of West Virginia, Inc.; Dr. Karl Mueller; Plastic Surgery, Inc.; Individually and in their Official capacities. * … Read More
Sept. 7 Robert C. Wells, Carol Wells vs. Robert D. Taggert Jr. and American National Property and Casualty Company PA- Jacob M. Robinson and Ronald W. Zavolta; J- Gaughan * Wells claims due to Taggert’s failure to maintain control and … Read More
CHARLESTON – A state legal watchdog group decided its 2007 Champion of Lawsuit Abuse on Thursday, giving it to the attorney at the center of a Monongalia County lawsuit that received nationwide attention.
I usually take criticism, even if sometimes unfair, as just part of what comes with being in public life. But Vic Sprouse’s personal attack on me published last week in your newspaper merits response, if for no other reason than its sheer factual inaccuracy.
CHARLESTON – The administrators of the estate of a woman killed by her husband is seeking $10 million from the estate of the man who killed himself after shooting his wife. Chad and Rachel Auxier filed a suit Sept. 14 … Read More
CHARLESTON — Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards, will be in Charleston on Oct. 9 for a fundraiser.
CHARLESTON – U. S. District Judge John Copenhaver remanded a proposed class action over AT&T Mobility’s roadside assistance fee to Kanawha Circuit Court on Sept. 26. Attorney Harry Bell Jr. of the Charleston law firm of Bell & Bands now … Read More
CHARLESTON – A woman who tripped over the entrance of the West Virginia Workers’ Compensation Division has filed a suit against the owner of the building. Nancy Sue Payne filed a suit Sept. 13 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Real … Read More
By ROBIN JEAN DAVIS CHARLESTON — Earlier this year, the Supreme Court celebrated the 10-year anniversary of our Web site, www.state.wv.us/wvsca. The site was launched in March 1997 with six links on the homepage. The current Web site has 253,000 … Read More
CHARLESTON -– The law firm of Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC is pleased to announce the following attorney has joined the firm.
HUNTINGTON — Huddleston Bolen, a law firm headquartered in Huntington, has announced that 15 of their lawyers have been honored with the distinction of “2008 Best Lawyer in America.” Partners Fred Adkins, Richard Bolen, James Cleveland, Thomas Gilpin, Angela Konrad, … Read More
CHARLESTON – While a Charleston attorney awaits a new trial date for driving under the influence and related moving offenses, he will have to find alternate means of transportation to work as his license to operate a motor vehicle has been revoked.
CHARLESTON – The criminal trial of a Charleston attorney charged with driving under the influence and related moving violations has been postponed while his attorneys gather evidence in the case, including allegations of police brutality.
Several years ago, students at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism published a story about the decline of professionalism in the legal field, focusing on lawyers who were shockingly rude to people in general. While most of the charges pertained … Read More