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Monthly Archives: March 2008
March 25 Martha Jean Vig v. Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon of West Virginia, Inc. PA-R. Matthew Vital; J-John L. Cummings * Vig was a customer at Lone Star in August 2007 when, according to the suit, she slipped and … Read More
March 3 In re: The Estate of Pete R. Carbasho v. Jane Carbasho, Tracy Carbasho, et al. J- Recht; PA- Scott C. Brown *`After Pete Carbasho’s death, it was discovered that his personal estate was insufficient for payment of his … Read More
WINFIELD – Along with defending himself in a lawsuit filed by his alleged victim, a Putnam County man is being asked to testify in another sexual abuse civil suit in Kanawha County. Last week, The West Virginia Record reported on … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man has filed a suit against a local coal company, claiming he was fired after he filed a workers’ compensation claim for injuries he sustained on the job. Timothy Bishop filed a suit Feb. 20 … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Barbour County man has filed an asbestos suit against 25 companies, claiming he was exposed to the dangerous mineral dust as a child, when his father came home from work with the dusts on his clothing. Jennings … Read More
HUNTINGTON – Longtime Cabell County Magistrate Alvie Qualls has been suspended until the state’s high court decides whether to force retirement or allow him to return to office, following sexual harassment and mental instability claims against the judge.
MORGANTOWN – Former West Virginia University football coach Rich Rodriguez leans on Internet gossip to support his claim that the university leaked news of a lawsuit against him before serving the suit on him.
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CHARLESTON – An inmate at Pruntytown Correctional Center has filed a suit against the center, its warden and the state Division of Corrections after she was burned while cleaning an oven in the kitchen.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against a physician, claiming the doctor failed to diagnose a mass in her right breast, which ultimately was found to be metastatic breast cancer.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s identity crisis has been solved. No more need for all the “Open for Business,” “Wild, Wonderful,” “Almost Heaven” schizophrenia.
CHARLESTON — The following lawyers were admitted to practice law in the State of West Virginia during ceremonies before the Supreme Court of Appeals on March 11 and 12. These individuals were admitted after successfully completing the bar examination or … Read More
MORGANTOWN – Demand for homes keeps rising in the Eastern Panhandle, but some residents of the region can’t bear to bid farewell to orchards and barns.
When a company faces a lawsuit and a trial by jury, its reputation becomes very important to the outcome of a trial.
CHARLESTON — John H. Tinney recently obtained Sustaining Life Fellow status with The Fellows of the American Bar Foundation.