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CHARLESTON – A woman is suing a Charleston hospital and two employees, saying she was fired via a shady drug test she claims she was given because she refused to falsify time records and because she has a disability. Jennifer … Read More
CHARLESTON — More than a dozen people testified during two days of an evidentiary hearing into problems in West Virginia’s mental health system, but most of them on both sides of the case expressed one recurring theme: The state needs … Read More
CHARLESTON – A couple says the state and federal government is continuing to take child support payments from them even after the female half of the couple regained custody of her child. Christian and Angela Lindroth filed a lawsuit April … Read More
CHARLESTON – An unidentified woman is suing Thomas Health System, saying health care workers at St. Francis hospital breached confidentiality and caused the arrest of her police officer husband on a domestic battery charge. The woman, identified as A.R., filed … Read More
CHARLESTON – The former owner of a popular eatery on Capitol Street is suing over the business’s closure earlier this year. Dennis Adkins, through Adkins Jr. LLC — doing business as Charleston Bagel Bakery — filed a lawsuit April 10 … Read More
CHARLESTON – A man is suing the Rev. James D. Ealy, a Charleston city councilman, claiming Ealy owes him $16,000 of a loan. Rubin V. Matundan filed a lawsuit April 6 in Kanawha Circuit Court. Matundan says he needs to … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Putnam County woman is suing a fuel company and an employee charged with safety supervision after her husband died at work. Sharon Workman, as an individual and representative of John Gregory Workman’s estate, filed a lawsuit April … Read More
CHARLESTON – Two women who were convicted of obstructing a Mingo County murder investigation only to have the conviction overturned later by the state Supreme Court are now suing the West Virginia State Police and three individual troopers.
CHARLESTON – Prominent Charleston lawyer Scott Segal wants a circuit judge disqualified from hearing a lawsuit brought against him by a man who says a conspiracy based on faith has kept him from practicing law in West Virginia.
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
CHARLESTON – A man is suing a licensed osteopathic physician for allegedly spying on the man’s children while they undressed. Kenneth Silverstein, on behalf of his two minor children, filed a lawsuit April 14 against William Gates Linger. Silverstein says … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Charleston man says he was fired from his job installing cable because he is black. Marc Dean filed a lawsuit April 6 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Baker Installation, which installs cable for Suddenlink. Dean claims he … Read More
CHARLESTON – Two men are suing trucking firms that work together to haul coal, claiming they both were fired for complaining about the shoddy conditions of the coal trucks. Kevin Stone, of Charleston, and Donald Daniel Eskins, of Seth, filed … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County couple is suing a major water company, saying a loose water meter cover caused serious injuries to the woman. Janet and Charles Farren filed a lawsuit April 3 in Kanawha Circuit Court against West Virginia-American … Read More
CHARLESTON – A group of jockeys at Charles Town Races and Slots are suing the West Virginia Racing Commission, saying they were unjustly suspended over allegations they cheated during weigh-ins. Seven jockeys filed separate lawsuits April 14 in Kanawha Circuit … Read More