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Monthly Archives: September 2008
CHARLESTON – “Has the law forgotten you and me?” West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Brent Benjamin posed the question to a group of lawyers from across the mountain state gathered at a luncheon sponsored by Legal Aid of West Virginia. … Read More
CHARLESTON – Having a West Virginia-based attorney who received communications from an insurance company does not mean an out-of-state plaintiff can file suit in West Virginia, the state Supreme Court recently ruled.
MARTINSBURG – A Berkeley Springs woman has filed a federal suit on behalf of herself and her son against City Hospital and the United States, claiming her son was born with birth defects after doctors failed to deliver him in … Read More
CHARLESTON – Charleston attorney Harry Bell has been named to a key position in a national mass tort litigation case.
ELKINS – Two corporations and state agencies have asked a federal court to dismiss a case a woman and her mother filed in August claiming one received substandard mental health care. The state Department of Health and Human Resources, one … Read More
ELKINS – A suit filed by a truck driver against two companies claiming they were responsible for his injuries after he was involved in an accident has been moved to federal court. Jeremy Charles Farling was driving a 2006 Mack … Read More
HUNTINGTON – John David Mooney, who lost his freedom in federal district court and regained it in federal appellate court, believes his malpractice suit against lawyer Michael Frazier of Huntington should stay in federal court. Frazier has argued that the … Read More
HUNTINGTON -– Jenkins Fenstermaker, a Huntington-based law firm, has announced that five of its attorneys recently were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2008.
BERKELEY SPRINGS -– Twenty-third Judicial Circuit Judge Gina M. Groh has appointed Cynthia Stotlers to the position of Morgan County Magistrate Clerk. Groh will administer the oath of office at 1 p.m. Oct. 9 at the Magistrate Court Building in … Read More
When elitists face criticism from those deemed less worthy, the push back often reveals their true feelings about the rest of us common folk.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has been billed about $30,000 so far for its defense of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought by The Associated Press.
HUNTINGTON — A Huntington business sued in 2005 has been named in a new federal suit involving an unpaid judgment. Star Iron Works Inc. of Punxsutawney, Pa., has filed a suit against J&L Equipment Company Inc. and J&L Supply Co. … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against a local McDonald’s after she was injured when an electric sliding door hit her in the back of the head while she was eating her meal. Lula M. Haynes … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against a grocery chain, claiming she was injured when she slipped in a store. Buffi W. Rossi filed the suit Aug. 14 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Kroger. According to … Read More