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Daily Archives: July 24, 2009
Actress Tippi Hedren may have watched this case closely. Read More
WILLIAMSON – Mingo Circuit Judge Michael Thornsbury says allegations that he is biased in a case involving hundreds of county residents who accuse Massey Energy of poisoning the water supply with coal slurry are baseless. Lawyers for the plaintiffs in … Read More
CHARLESTON – Massey Energy has dropped its lawsuit against the state Supreme Court.
CHARLESTON – There is no need for the state Supreme Court to hear a headline-causing case a third time, attorneys for Harman Mining Co. said Thursday.
MORGANTOWN — Any discussion about West Virginia’s political landscape in the future should include the name Robin Davis.
CHARLESTON – A Pittsburgh-based law firm and a West Virginia physician were part of an intricate web of deceit that led to big money for all, say their accusers in a civil fraud lawsuit. Read More
WHEELING – CSX Transportation worker Ricky May, who received $8,000 from CSX to settle an asbestos exposure suit that he filed with an X-ray of another man’s chest, has agreed to pay the railroad back and testify against his former lawyers.
RIPLEY – The ex-fiancee of a Charleston businessman says she never really was his fiancee, and before he claims any interest on property they own in Jackson County, he needs to account for an alleged slight-of-hand he pulled on another piece of property they own in Kanawha County.
CLARKSBURG – Consolidation Coal has sued the United Mine Workers of America in federal court for the right to fire a miner who tested positive for cocaine. Consolidation Coal seeks to overturn arbitrator Michael Wolf, who spared Markel Koon’s job … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha man is suing the West Virginia State Bar for declaring that his business constitutes practicing law without a license. Scott Wyatt and his company, Medicaid Advisory Group, filed a lawsuit June 22 in Kanawha Circuit Court … Read More
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Olive Garden after she claims she slipped on water while working as a server.
CHARLESTON – The city of Montgomery has reached a settlement in civil rights lawsuit alleging one of its officers improperly administered a breath test, and detained a train engineer two years ago following an accidental death on the railroad. In … Read More
July 9 Nicholas J. Holmes v. JES Inc., d.b.a. Sound Factory PA – Thomas H. Peyton: J – Charles King * The plaintiff claims the defendant allowed him to get drunk at a second-level bar then fall drunkenly down a … Read More
July 20 Roger L. and Cheryl Harris v. Patriot Mining Company Inc. PA-Brian L. Ooten; Judge N/A * In May 1996, Roger Harris was severely burned while working for an ash handling facility owned by Patriot Mining. As a result … Read More
July 15 Frankye Touchett v. Cabell Huntington Hospital PA-Timothy L. Eves; J-Jane Hustead * On July 22, 2007, Touchett was a patient at Cabell Huntington Hospital undergoing diagnostic procedures to rule out cardiac-related problems for chest pain. While undergoing a … Read More