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Daily Archives: May 23, 2008
Attention underachieving West Virginia University graduates: Charleston lawyers Greg Chiartas and Bruce Freeman want you. Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court on Thursday refused to hear appeals in two big verdict cases that were among the largest in the nation last year. The Justices refused 5-0 a petition for appeal in the $404 million Roane … Read More
ROMULUS, Michigan – Former West Virginia University football coach Rich Rodriguez swears he didn’t know that in order to accuse the university of breaching his contract, he had to give 90 days notice in writing.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal concerning the ouster of a Mingo County Commissioner.
MORGANTOWN – Monongalia Circuit Judge Robert Stone has ordered mediation of a lawsuit claiming that cheese on a McDonald’s sandwich injured Jeromy Jackson, son of Trela Jackson. Mediation will end Oct. 17, Stone ruled. If it fails, trial would follow … Read More
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HAMLIN – A Lincoln County woman whose daughter was hit and killed after getting off the school bus, is seeking $10 million in damages.
CHARLESTON – The estate of a man who died of complications following a medical procedure has filed a suit against the hospital, seeking compensatory damages.
U.S. District Judge for the D.C. Circuit Reggie B. Walton (right) speaks with Natnael Alemu following West Virginia State University’s commencement Sunday, May 18. Walton, who gave the commencement address, and was conferred with an honorary doctor of laws degree, has been criticized by many First Amendment advocates for his “unprecedented” decision to bar anyone from assisting in paying the contempt citation he issued to WVU journalism professor Toni Locy for refusing to reveal her sources in stories she wrote while at USA Today regarding the 2001 anthrax scare. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
CHARLESTON – Last weekend’s commencement exercise in Morgantown wasn’t the only one shrouded in controversy.
CHARLESTON – A Boone County woman has filed a suit against a physician who treated her husband, claiming he failed to diagnose a cancerous lung tumor, which ultimately contributed to his death. Lisa Mathews filed the suit April 22 in … Read More
CHARLESTON – An asbestos lawsuit was filed against a national railroad company on behalf of a man who died from injuries he allegedly sustained while working for the company. Beverly K. Bryson filed the suit April 24 in Kanawha Circuit … Read More
MARTINSBURG – An employee of the Martinsburg Police Department has filed a suit against the city, seeking nearly eight months in back pay. Glenn F. Macher Jr. filed the suit April 10 in Berkeley Circuit Court against the City of … Read More
HUNTINGTON – An Ohio man has filed a suit against a local hospital, claiming he was seriously injured while a patient. Danny and Laura Casey of Proctorville, which is just across the Ohio River from Huntington, filed a suit May … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Nicholas County woman has filed a suit against the Division of Corrections, claiming her son was wrongfully imprisoned. Tamara Hylton Woods filed the suit April 21 in Kanawha Circuit Court against the West Virginia Division of Corrections. … Read More
May 6 Stephanie L. Lambert, individually and as administratrix of the estate of Hunter S. Lambert v. Southeastern Emergency Physicians Inc., doing business as TeamHealth MidSouth, and Kenneth Dowler, D.O. PA – C. Benjamin Salango; J – Berger * Stephanie … Read More