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This spot along the Staff Sergeant Jimmy G. Stewart Highway near Mason is where Point Pleasant attorney and West Virginia Association for Justice lobbyist James M. Casey was involved in an automobile accident with Herbert O. Hoover in 2005. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
POINT PLEASANT – The defendants in a personal injury suit filed by a Point Pleasant attorney and lobbyist for the state trial lawyer’s association say that is he — and not they — is responsible for any misfortune he may have suffered.
POINT PLEASANT – Despite being named in two abuse and neglect lawsuits, the Mason County Board of Education recently settled a two-year old personal injury suit which allegedly occurred at the Board’s central office. On March 4, the Board agreed … Read More
POINT PLEASANT – The Mason County Board of Education has been named as a co-defendant in two civil suits alleging responsibility for injuries two special needs students suffered at the hands of their teacher. That teacher, who is named a … Read More
POINT PLEASANT – An Ohio woman alleges she was wrongfully terminated from a Mason County hospital following a complaint she made to regulators concerning the facility’s “unsafe staffing conditions.” On Feb. 26, Alma Jewell Arrowood, a resident of Jackson County, … Read More
Former Mason County physician Dr. Jack M. Levine ducks behind his attorney Thomas Spetnagle as they enter the building leading to the Pike County Court on Jan. 16. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
WAVERLY, Ohio -– A former Mason County physician now awaits a decision by a grand jury if pending drug charges against him have merit.