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RIPLEY – A Jackson County man is finding both a foreign object found in a McDonald’s hash brown and the company’s denial that the substance it released into his body harmed him in any way hard to swallow.
CHARLESTON — The executive director of a state church group has criticized an American Tort Reform Association spokesman for comments related to the Holocaust he made to The West Virginia Record. The spokesman quickly apologized for the remarks. The Rev. … Read More
CHARLESTON –- If coal miner George Peters had worked for two days, he would have made a couple hundred bucks. Instead, he skipped work and made a couple million. Boone County jurors awarded him $1,855,107, finding that Rivers Edge Mining … Read More
HUNTINGTON -– Steel of West Virginia claims a former employee allegedly stole at least $110,000 in steel over six months. William Earl Lynd Jr. began his conspiracy in January 2008 when he would move steel to a waiting truck while … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A Texas corporation has asked the federal court to dismiss a case against it in which a Wayne County woman claims the company harassed her because of her age and claims she was not paid for extra hours … Read More
WASHINGTON -– Judges in Washington plucked a new class action over lawnmowers from federal court in Charleston and shipped it to Wisconsin. On Feb. 5, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation added the West Virginia suit to 42 similar … Read More
Ritter Park lies just south of downtown Huntington.
HUNTINGTON -– A Huntington woman who claims she was injured after she tripped and fell on uneven pavement surrounding a storm drain at Ritter Park has filed suit against Greater Huntington Parks and Recreations District.
BECKLEY – Seven and a half years after lawyers sued hundreds of businesses over flood damage on behalf of about 2,000 clients, the lawyers still haven’t explain how any of the businesses harmed any of their clients. “Fact sheets” that … Read More
PARKERSBURG – A Jackson County man is alleging that a Wood County hospital and physician are responsible for a stroke he suffered while under their care. Jennings H. Stewart Jr. of Murraysville filed a lawsuit against Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital and … Read More
ROMNEY — Following a month-long investigation by State Police, a suspended Hampshire County attorney and former county commissioner has been charged with forging a judge’s signature on court documents, and embezzling money belonging to former clients.
Feb. 6 Charleston Area Medical Center v. Dave Bruner PA – Francis C. Gall Jr.: J – Tod Kaufman * Charleston Area Medical Center claims Bruner, of South Charleston, owes $40,902 plus interest for unspecified services between April 24, 2008 … Read More
Feb. 19 Summit Pointe Homeowners Association Inc. vs. Bill E. Morton, Sami Metre Ghareeb, Morton Construction Enterprise Inc. and Unknown Persons PA-Mark A. Sadd; J-Stowers * The plaintiffs claim the defendants have failed in maintaining, operating and keeping the roads … Read More
Feb. 17 John Kabala and Virginia Kabala vs. Kelly Nicholson PA- Anhony I. Werner; J- Recht * On July 15, 2008, a motor vehicle crash occurred at the intersection of 27th and Eoff Street. Physical and emotional injuries were sustained … Read More
Feb. 17 The state of Ohio Department of Job and Family Services v. Dennis Persons, administrator of the estate of Betty L. Hart a/k/a Betty L. Mercer, Dennis Persons, individually, and Reva Foster, David Persons and Lisa Bolin P.A. – … Read More
Feb. 18 James Todd Green v. Catholic Charities West Virginia PA-Kelly R. Reed; Judge N/A * Green was hired in September 2005 as a case manager for Child Care Resource Center in Morgantown and promoted to Supervisor for Monongalia and … Read More