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Monthly Archives: May 2009
PARKERSBURG – Since losing her battle with cancer, a Pleasants County woman’s estate soon will be amending her medical malpractice suit against a Wood County hospital and New York physician into a claim for wrongful death. In August, Barbara Lauer … Read More
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Bar Foundation has selected its 2009 Foundation Fellows. They were honored at the recent Bar Foundation Fellows Dinner in Charleston. For 10 years, the Bar Foundation, which is the philanthropic organization for the legal profession, … Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Robin Jean Davis denounced the idea of an intermediate appellate court system for the state as costly and unneccesary.
CHARLESTON — Preparing witnesses for depositions and trials is a common tool utilized during litigation. The goal of these efforts is to help the witness tell their story in a straightforward, understandable fashion. It is NOT a method to change … Read More
WHEELING – An assisted living center is suing one of its employees for allegedly spreading rumors that an older man residing at the facility raped a woman. Weirton Health Partners filed a federal lawsuit April 14 against Gabrielle Yates. Weirton … Read More
NEW YORK — Eli Lilly & Co. is upset that an attorney hired by West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw didn’t send it a copy of a letter faxed to a federal judge regarding contingency fee issues.
NEW YORK -– Personal injury lawyers seemingly have secured a windfall from the Chrysler bailout. Their allegation of bad faith apparently tamed President Obama’s Treasury and United Auto Workers leaders, who had agreed to sell Chrysler to Italian automaker Fiat … Read More
MADISON — Drug offenders sentenced to community service with the Boone County Office of the Logan Regional Day Report/Drug Court are working with the Boone County Commission Maintenance Department and the City of Madison to help clean up the county … Read More
PRINCETON -– Mercer Circuit Judge Omar Aboulhosn will give the commencement speech at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 30, at Princeton Senior High School.
CHARLESTON — Paul Nyden recently had a article in the Sunday Gazette-Mail about how Sedgewick (the folks handling the Old Fund Workers’ Comp claims) is denying some Workers’ Comp recipients disability benefits.
CHARLESTON — Former East Bank police officer Steve Smith says a woman who is suing him and the town over his allegedly tazing her repeatedly while she was pregnant and unwilling isn’t telling the whole story. Candice White sued the … Read More
NEW YORK – State Attorney General Darrell McGraw is objecting to the closing of 17 state Chrysler dealerships in the company’s bankruptcy proceedings.
CHARLESTON — Verizon West Virginia is suing the state Department of Transportation and Division of Highways, claiming workers damaged an underground cable during excavation work in Wheeling. The telecommunications company filed a lawsuit May 8 in Kanawha Circuit Court. According … Read More
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing the town of Clendenin after she was hit by a car at an allegedly dangerous parking lot by the post office. Dorothy Swortzel filed a lawsuit May 8 in Kanawha Circuit Court. Swortzel claims … Read More