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Daily Archives: September 10, 2009
CHARLESTON — Monroe County commissioners imposed unconstitutional property taxes on 113 owners of valuable land near Union, the owners pleaded to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals on Sept. 8.
CHARLESTON -– A recent study says advertisements seeking potential plaintiffs for medical malpractice lawsuits have increased nearly 1,400 percent in the last four years.
CHARLESTON – Today we are living in a new age defined by global competition and faster flow of information, which leads into increasing business complexity. Knowledge and continuous learning are critical elements of success.
WAYNE – A Wayne woman has filed suit against the driver who she says failed to yield the right-of-way and crashed into her. Yvonne Brumfield claims she was driving south on W.Va. 152 near Echo on Aug. 9, 2007, when … Read More
CHARLESTON — Five lawyers from Allen Guthrie & Thomas, PLLC were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2010.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court decided Sept. 3 that a tie vote that resulted from Chief Justice Brent Benjamin being told he should’ve recused himself in a case is not enough to affirm a $50 million verdict in a controversial case.
HUNTINGTON – A woman and her husband have filed suit against St. Mary’s Hospital of Huntington, alleging the woman’s surgery intended to help heal her tendonitis led to third-degree burns.
WAYNE -– A woman claims she and her minor son were severely injured after they were rear-ended while stranded in the middle of Interstate 64. Donna Murray filed a lawsuit individually and on behalf of her minor son, Nathaniel Hatten, … Read More
HUNTINGTON — Another lawsuit has been filed by a woman who claims she’s been permanently injured by a medical product made by a New Jersey company. Rebecca Smith filed a lawsuit July 27 in Cabell Circuit Court against C.R. Bard … Read More
PHILADELPHIA – U.S. District Judge Eduardo Robreno aims to purge the national asbestos docket of lawsuits that started in mass X-ray screenings.