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Daily Archives: April 24, 2009
WHEELING — A Bridgeport radiologist swore he wouldn’t pick a fight with a Texas judge who accused him of fabricating X-ray reports for asbestos lawyers, but he picked the fight anyway.
CHARLESTON – Two West Virginia residents have filed separate suits against a prominent ATV manufacturer, alleging they were injured after their four-wheelers flipped.
ELKINS – State Division of Natural Resources Director Frank Jezioro declares in federal court that if Constitution Party members want park rangers to treat them the way they treat Friends of Blackwater Canyon, they should behave like Friends of Blackwater Canyon.
BLUEFIELD – A drug manufacturer is alleging a case in which a deceased woman’s husband claims she died due to a defective fentanyl patch should remain in federal court if it is not dismissed.
PARKERSBURG – A Wood County woman is alleging a Parkersburg nursing home’s substandard care of her mother resulted in her ultimate death. Linda Holstine, as the personal representative of the estate of Eva Thelma Davis, on April 15 filed suit … Read More
CHARLESTON — The best jury research replicates the actual trial situation as closely as possible. Unfortunately, conducting surveys, focus groups and mock trials in the actual trial venue often has significant downside.
April 13 Christopher C. Cummings and Carrie Ann Cummings v. Rite Aid of West Virginia PA – Roger A. Decanio: J – Louis Bloom * The plaintiffs are suing over a work related injury of Christopher, a delivery driver for … Read More
April 8 Kimberly Robinson, individually and as Administrator of Estate of Rose Deavers v. West Virginia University Medical Corporation dba University Health Associates PA-Jane E. Peak; Judge Susan B. Tucker * During a routine colonoscopy in 2002, a tubulovillous adenoma … Read More
April 15 Vicki Lynn Stover v. Thundering Herd Development, LLC PA-Henry R. Glass; J-David M. Pancake * Thundering Herd Development owns a tract of land adjacent to the land owned by Stover. She claims the company developed the land in … Read More
April 13 James E. and Marilyn S. Pettit v. Ann M. Connor, M.D. P.A. – George Cosenza; J – Beane * The plaintiffs, residents of Graham, N.C., are suing the defendant, a Parkersburg resident, for defaulting on a trust deed … Read More
April 3 State Farm Automobile Insurance Company v. Alvis Dean II P.A. – David J. Rosenberg; J – Nibert * The plaintiff is suing the defendant on behalf of its policyholder, Brian Crawford, for subrogation of a claim he filed … Read More
April 15 Kimberly A. Snyder vs. Raymond A. Bannan, M.D. PA- Thomas D. Hall; J- Wilson * On Sept. 4, 2007, Snyder followed up with Dr. Bannan after being seen at Ohio Valley Medical Center. He treated her unsuccessfully for … Read More
April 15 Andrew and Christina Long v. Randolph Pre-Owned Auto Sales P.A. – Kristina Thomas Whiteaker; J – Evans * The plaintiffs are suing the defendant for misrepresenting the cost and extended warranty of a vehicle they purchased via an … Read More
March 19 Appalachian Insulation Supply Inc. vs. Raymond Knight and Carolyn Knight, individually, and d/b/a R&C Insulation PA – Ryan Marsteller; J – Gina Groh * The plaintiff claims the defendants have failed and refused to pay at least $67,718.92 … Read More