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Monthly Archives: December 2009
HUNTINGTON — A former employee is suing Keaton’s Collision Center and its owner after being attacked by a co-worker. Barry G. Plumley had been employed at the collision center as a collision estimator from January 2005 until Sept. 3, 2008, … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A man is suing an attorney for fraud, attorney deceit and attorney malpractice, among other things. Thomas Stamper, an inmate at FCI Gilmer in Glenville, claims the attorney appointed to represent him during a lawsuit in February 2007 … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A former employee is suing Marshall University after she claims she was fired for refusing to work in unsafe work conditions. Cecilia R. Scarberry was employed at Marshall University until August 2007, according to a complaint filed Dec. … Read More
CHARLESTON — A couple is suing Charleston Area Medical Center and a pediatric surgeon after their infant child was injured during an operation. On Dec. 30, 2005, Dr. Robert W. Letton Jr. was performing an operation on Dianna and Danny … Read More
CHARLESTON — A man and his wife named 66 companies in a lawsuit after he was diagnosed with asbestosis and mesothelioma. Richard H. Pullen and Rebecca Pullen claim the 66 companies are at fault for exposing Mr. Pullen to asbestos … Read More
CHARLESTON -– Jackson Kelly was ranked second in the nation for percentage of attorneys practicing in the energy industry among firms with 100 or more lawyers, according to Law360′s 2009 practice area survey. David Flannery of Jackson Kelly was quoted … Read More
CHARLESTON — A man is suing Worldwide Equipment Inc. and its manager for failing to stand behind a warranty.
CHARLESTON — A man is suing after injuring himself in a restroom at TGI Friday’s.
CHARLESTON – Three Justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals decided the rights of legal malpractice defendant Douglas Rockwell even though he wasn’t a party to the case before them, according to two dissenters.
CHARLESTON — The State of West Virginia is suing a Hurricane business for failing to timely file its gross payroll required by State Code on at least 29 occasions. Russell L. Fry, Acting Executive Director of Workforce West Virginia’s Unemployment … Read More
CHARLESTON — A former employee is suing Coal River Energy and his supervisor for discrimination. Anzie J. Brewer had been employed by Coal River Energy since 2005, according to a complaint filed Dec. 1 in Kanawha Circuit Court. On Dec. … Read More
As Ronald Reagan once observed, “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: ‘I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.’” Read More
CHARLESTON — Kanawha County Magistrate Kim Aaron has been selected by the Martin Luther King Jr. West Virginia Holiday Commission to be honored with the “Living the Dream” Sharing of Self award.