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Monthly Archives: October 2007
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against Verizon, claiming she was discriminated against and fired because of a disability. Read More
The Easy Stander chair, similar to the one shown here, normally is used as a therapeutic device to prevent, reverse or improve the adverse effects of prolonged immobilization in paraplegic or quadriplegic children.
CHARLESTON – The mother of an 11-year-old boy diagnosed with Down’s Syndrome has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the school where her son attended and several school employees who were supposed to help him.
CHARLESTON – A disabled Kanawha County man filed a suit against a man who hit him with a truck while he was traveling in his wheelchair on a Charleston road. Chad Beam filed a suit Oct. 16 in Kanawha Circuit … Read More
A closer look at State of West Virginia, ex rel. Attorney General Darrell V. McGraw, Jr. v. Iams Funeral Home, d/b/a Iams and Iams Funeral Home, Inc, et al, a case in Wetzel Circuit Court in which current Attorney General McGraw is facing Republican challenger Hiram Lewis, who is representing John Iams II.
CHARLESTON — Sean W. Cook of the Tinney Law Firm in Charleston recently was elected by the Kanawha County Deputy Sheriff’s Civil Service Commission to serve as Counsel to the Commission.
CHARLESTON – A statewide watchdog group is warning leaders at the capitol this Halloween that employers are finding West Virginia to be a “pretty scary” place to create jobs.
NEW MARTINSVILLE — Before they wage war on the campaign trail, West Virginia’s candidates for Attorney General will battle in a Wetzel County courtroom.
Yeager Airport is located just outside of downtown Charleston.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston man has filed a suit on behalf of a man who was injured when he fell down the steps of a plane at Yeager Airport, after the special assistance he requested was not provided.
CHARLESTON — Jackson Kelly is pleased to announce Donnie Adkins has joined the firm as an associate in its Charleston office.
CHARLESTON – Marc C. Bryson has joined the Business Department of Steptoe & Johnson, and he will focus on environmental law in the firm’s Charleston office.
CHARLESTON – ACE Group Holdings has settled bid-rigging allegations brought against it by eight states, including West Virginia, and the District of Columbia for $4.5 million.
CHARLESTON – Colgan Air’s tumultuous time before the state’s Supreme Court concluded Oct. 25 with an ideal outcome for the company.
CHARLESTON – Kanawha Circuit Judge Charles King will preside over West Virginia’s first medical malpractice class-action lawsuit.
MARTINSBURG – A Monroe County man has filed a suit against Bob Evans, seeking $5,000 after he has gravy spilled on his wrist. Clarence Naugle of Great Cacapon filed a suit Sept. 14 in Berkeley Circuit Court. According to the … Read More