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Monthly Archives: November 2007
She says it’s not about the money.
Of course — it never is. Read More
CHARLESTON – Justice Larry Starcher of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals would control escalating jail costs by letting inmates out of jail.
CHARLESTON – In unison, West Virginia’s Supreme Court of Appeals shouted at West Virginia’s Legislature to wake up and get to work on finding a fair way to pay for regional jails.
CHARLESTON – A Putnam County man has filed a suit against the nation’s largest retailer after his vehicle was damaged when improper work was performed during an oil change.
WINFIELD – A Poca-based company says it has lost hundreds of thousands of dollars after it was taken advantage of by a company whose products it distributes. Kanawha Scales and Systems Inc. filed a lawsuit Nov. 20 in Putnam Circuit … Read More
CHARLESTON – In a landmark decision on jails, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals sidetracked to declare that governing bodies can permit voting by telephone. The Justices held that when Regional Jail Authority board chairman Dan Huck voted by … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man has filed a medical malpractice suit against two doctors, claiming their failure to treat him properly resulted in the formation of metastatic prostate cancer. James L. Elkins filed a suit Nov. 14 in Kanawha … Read More
CHARLESTON – Pittsburgh attorney David Chervenick filed a class action asbestos lawsuit against 105 companies on behalf of six families. The suits, filed Nov. 13 in Kanawha Circuit Court, are on behalf of Ruben J. and Erma Birkhimer; Joyce Farley, … Read More
Nov. 14 Gerald George and Kelly George v. Charleston Area Medical Center, Inc., A West Virginia Corporation PA – Richard D. Lindsay; J – Zakaib * Gerald George filed a medical malpractice suit against Charleston Area Medical Center, after he … Read More
Nov. 15 Nicholas J. Matthews v. McCoy 6 Apartments LLC P/A S. Sean Murphy Judge Russell M. Clawges, Jr. * Nicholas J. Matthews was injured while entering the Mountaineer Court apartment complex. The ramp to the entrance was covered with … Read More
Nov. 5 David L. Delk vs. Michael Morgan and Property & Casualty Insurance Company PA- David Delk; J- Wilson * Morgan struck Delk’s vehicle on Aug. 4, 2007. Hartford’s representative stated they were solely at fault. Repairs totaled $8, 092.01. … Read More
Nov. 20 Kanawha Scales & Systems Inc. vs. Avery Weigh-Tronix Inc. PA-James M. Sturgeon Jr and Thomas H. Vanderford IV; J-Spaulding * Kanawha Scales says Weigh-Tronix wrongly stepped in and made Con-Way Transportation Services a national account, costing the company … Read More
Nov. 14 Susquehanna Patriot Commercial Leasing Co. vs. William Miller PA – Christopher Moore; J – Christopher Wilkes * The plaintiff claimed Miller failed to pay monthly installments in accordance with a loan agreement, and a foreign judgment was entered … Read More
CHARLESTON – An inmate at a state correctional facility filed a lawsuit against a state agency after his hand was crushed while moving steel beams for the state.