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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
CHARLESTON – Looking more like what may be submitted for a case in circuit or the Supreme Court, the five residents with a pending case in Monongalia Magistrate Court against an alleged Virginia private investigator hope the 23 exhibits they … Read More
CHARLESTON – The mother of a Clarksburg man who made national headlines when he sued McDonald’s after he suffered an allergic reaction to the cheese on his burger, has spoken out about the case, the accident and what she hopes lies ahead.
MORGANTOWN – A Monongalia County woman has filed a suit on behalf of herself and her child after they were injured at a concert at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
MORGANTOWN – A Monongalia County man filed a suit against a man who tackled him and knocked him through the railing on the second floor of an apartment building. Michael Moore filed a suit Nov. 6 in Monongalia Circuit Court … Read More
Nov. 6 Michael Moore v. David Crites & Crest Point, LLC PA-Edmund J. Rollo; Judge-N/A * In Feburary 2007, Moore and Crites were guests of a tenant that leased an apartment from Crest Point. Crites attacked and tackled Moore near … Read More
MORGANTOWN – A Monongalia County man filed a suit against a company where he was injured while employed. Richard Allen Thomas, of Wana, filed the suit Oct. 22 in Monongalia Circuit Court against ZDC Inc., formerly known as Zeni Drilling … Read More
MORGANTOWN – An employee of West Virginia University has filed a suit against the school’s Board of Governors, claiming she was passed over for a job for which she was qualified and her position was terminated. Janice Hriblan filed a … Read More
MORGANTOWN – A West Virginia University student is suing a popular casual dining restaurant after he had a severe allergic reaction to his meal after he claims the restaurant failed to clean the grill before preparing his food.
Nov. 1 Christopher Puccio v. Apple American Group dba Applebee’s Restaurant in Morgantown PA-J. Steven Hunter; Judge Robert B. Stone * In November 2005, West Virginia University student Puccio and some friends went to Applebee’s for dinner. As he was … Read More
Monongalia Magistrate Jennifer Wilson listens as RaeLynn Regula, left, attorney for alleged Virginia private investigator Jon Gigliotti, argues her case for dismissal of a lawsuit five West Virginia residents filed against him in March. After listening to arguments during a Oct. 31 hearing, Wilson said she would issue a ruling sometime after Nov. 15. (Photo by Lawrence J. Smith)
MORGANTOWN – The lawsuit against an alleged Virginia private investigator should be dismissed because the state residents who’ve filed it against him have either failed to be specific in their claim or the issues have been addressed in other courts, says the man’s attorney.
Oct. 22 Richard Allen Thomas v. ZDC Inc., and Zeni Drilling LLC PA-Avrum Levicoff; Judge Robert B. Stone * Richard Thomas was employed as a rig hand/laborer with Zeni Drilling and was temporarily assigned to work at the Enlow Fork … Read More