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Daily Archives: September 26, 2008
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
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man has filed a suit on behalf of his 16-year-old son who was injured while using a friend’s dune buggy. Timothy E. Lloyd filed the suit Aug. 19 in Kanawha Circuit Court on behalf of … Read More
WINFIELD — A Putnam County attorney and House of Delegates member has filed suit against a Beckley resident, alleging she was severely injured after an accident.
WINFIELD — A woman has filed suit against her former employer and supervisor, claiming she had to quit her job after her supervisor repeatedly sexually harassed her. Suzette Morrison claims Dennis Layton, her supervisor, made sexual comments to her shortly … Read More
This branch of United Bank at the Grand Central Mall in Vienna is where a Parkersburg woman in 2006 alleges she injured herself after falling unexpectedly. In a lawsuit she filed with her husband, Hubert, Mary Miller is asking for $3 million in damages for the injuries she allegedly sustained. The absence of specifics that lead to Miller’s injuires coupled with their demand for a multi-million dollar award has prompted West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse to call the suit “legal extortion.” (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
PARKERSBURG – A Wood County couple is asking for $3 million in damages they allege they sustained while in the branch of one of the state’s largest financial institutions.
Aug. 21 Catheria Swafford v. Sam Vagheei, John Doe Corporation PA – Belinda Morton; J – Zakaib * Catheria Swafford filed a suit against Sam Vagheei, the owner of a Kanawha County apartment building. According to the suit, Swafford was … Read More
Sept. 19 Nathan D. Helms vs. James R. Kirk, City of Hurricane, Steven L. Pete PA-R. Edison Hill and Woody Hill; J-Spauldling * Helms says that after he was the victim of an automobile-pedestrian accident with Kirk on Feb. 26, … Read More
Sept. 11 David Ruble and Arlene Ruble v. Environmental Protection Services (“EPS”), Inc. PA-Joseph J. John; J-Mazzone * On Feb. 29, 2008, EPS did not require the fire watcher to wear fire retardant clothing while handling a transformer. It is … Read More
Sept. 2 Edward Carter and Denise Amoss vs. John T. Scarlett Jr. PA – David E. Furrer; J – Gray Silver * The plaintiffs claim that the defendant was negligent on Sept. 17, 2006, when he was operating a motor … Read More
June 12 Michele Lynn Gillispie vs. Jamie Sue Messer, AIG Casualty Co. PA-Harry M. Hatfield; J-Thompson * Gilispie seeks damages for an automobile accident that occurred March 28 on W.Va. 85 near Danville. Case number: 08-C-136 June 18 Patrick D. … Read More