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HUNTINGTON — A Huntington surgeon is being sued again for medical malpractice. On Aug. 20, 2007, Dr. Mitchell E. Nutt, an obstetrician and gynecologist in Huntington, performed surgery on Janice Roush at St. Mary’s Medical Center, according to a complaint … Read More
CHARLESTON — The lone dissenter in the controversial $50 million case heard three times by the state Supreme Court has harsh words for the majority.
CHARLESTON — Prescription drug store chains sued by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw are alleging that his lawsuit is based on nothing more than “an erroneous hunch.”
CHARLESTON -– Circuit Judge Arthur Recht of Wheeling prevented a hearing he should have held on a doctor’s malpractice insurance policy, the Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled.
HUNTINGTON -— Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough is opening an office in Huntington on Dec. 1.
Nov. 16 Roger Ferrell vs. Diversified Enterprises Inc. PA- Mark W. Carbone; J- Tod J. Kaufman * Ferrell was employed by Diversified Enterprises and worked on a project called the Cool Ridge/Flat Top Sewer project for Shady Springs Public Service … Read More
Nov. 17 Adam Hill, individually and as the father and next friend of Jakob Hill, a minor vs. Raymond Adkins and Ellen Adkins PA- Matthew J. Woelfel; J- F. Jane Hustead * On May 5, 2008, Jakob Hill was riding … Read More
Nov. 18 Barbara Kennedy vs. Speedway SuperAmerica LLC PA – Jon D. Hoover; J – Spaulding *The plaintiff, a Hurricane resident, is suing the defendant, an Enon, Ohio-based company, for injuries she sustained from a fall at the defendant’s location … Read More
Nov. 2 Brenda L. Johnson now known as Brenda L. Cain vs. Michael A. Mazure and Wheeling Automotive Group PA- Mark D. Panepinto; J- Mazzone * The plaintiff was a pedestrian who was crossing the street at 12th and Market, … Read More
MORGANTOWN — A Delaware pharmaceutical corporation claims Mylan is illegally attempting to sell a generic form of a drug used to treat multiple sclerosis that the Delaware company patented.
CHARLESTON – A death of a Fayette County infant helped trigger this week’s recall of more than two million cribs, according to a Charleston attorney.
CHARLESTON — Supreme Court Chief Justice Brent D. Benjamin and Gov. Joe Manchin III will dedicate two new courtrooms in Mercer County on Monday.
CHARLESTON -– The Martin Luther King Jr. West Virginia Holiday Commission is seeking nominations for the “Living the Dream” annual awards.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office is warning West Virginians to not respond to e-mail scams.
WAYNE — A woman is suing Rite Aid after an injury in their Lavalette store. On Oct. 28, 2005, Angela Marshall went to Rite Aid and while shopping in one of the aisles, an object fell on her, according to … Read More