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Monthly Archives: February 2008
Jan. 29 Jolene Mestrovic vs. Timothy Holbrooks and Eric Insurance Property & Casualty Company PA: Jerry Sklavounakis; J- Wilson * A collision occurred on 29th Street, on February 1, 2006, for failure to maintain control and property lookout. Direct and … Read More
WINFIELD — A Putnam County man has sued the county Board of Education over an auto accident that involved a school bus. Larry J. Jackson filed his suit last month in Putnam Circuit Court against the Board, Superintendent Harold Hatfield … Read More
CHARLESTON – Attorney General Darrell McGraw has stepped into the debate over Bob Graham’s IRA.
CHARLESTON – It takes 10 years of public use to make a private road public, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals declared Feb. 27. The Justices unanimously agreed that Second Avenue and Fifth Street in the Boone County town … Read More
CHARLESTON – Without commenting on constitutional issues raised, the state Supreme Court remanded a Mason County case dealing with the Medical Professional Liability Act back to circuit court for trial.
WINFIELD – A Putnam County property dispute has ended up in court. Troy D. Taylor filed suit against Charles T. Hatfield last month in Putnam Circuit Court. On Sept. 20, 2006, Taylor says he and Hatfield entered into a written … Read More
CHARLESTON — As shocking as it may sound, Supreme Court candidate Beth Walker is “in talks” with her Pizza Hut delivery driver about supporting her campaign.
CHARLESTON — Last week, I went to the West Virginia Housing Development Fund board of directors meeting and asked them to come up with a plan that will keep our state from suffering the same housing slump that has plagued the national economy.
MORGANTOWN – West Virginia University’s Board of Governors wants to expedite resolution of a $4 million claim against former football coach Rich Rodriguez so football season won’t interfere with the litigation.
CHARLESTON – The lone survivor of the Sago Mine explosion and a family of one of the 12 victims have settled lawsuits against mine’s owner.
CHARLESTON – A state panel is expected to recommend to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals that Cabell County Magistrate Alvie Qualls be forced to retire after allegations of sexual harassment.
WINFIELD — The son of a woman has filed suit against two Putnam County nursing homes over the treatment he says his mother received. Zeb Lee Taylor Sr., power of attorney for Rosa Taylor, filed the complaint last month in … Read More
WINFIELD – A former employee –- and the son of the former mayor — has sued the City of Hurricane over his firing. Raymond Douglas Peak filed his suit Feb. 4 in Putnam Circuit Court. Mayor Scott Edwards and City … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Randolph County man is suing a state agency after he claims he was forced to resign under threat of termination.
A corporation and its team of lawyers think they have a winning case. There’s no way the jury will side against them. The facts are clear. The company has always viewed itself as a responsible corporate citizen. Then the unthinkable … Read More