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Daily Archives: December 16, 2009
On Sept. 23, Michael Kidd took this and other photos of multiple State Police vehicles illegally parked along Goshorn Street in downtown Charleston. (Photo courtesy of Michael Kidd)
CHARLESTON — A man is suing a West Virginia State Trooper and the West Virginia State Police after he confronted by the trooper while photographing an illegally parked police cruiser.
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing a Charleston physician after the wrongful death of her brother. Seth Adam Harris was admitted to Charleston Area Medical Center on June 5, 2007, for elective reversal of his ileostomy, according to a complaint … Read More
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing a St. Albans police officer and the city of St. Albans after she was injured in a vehicle accident. On April 9 at about 3:35 p.m., Jeanne M. Thomas entered Route 60 from 6th … Read More
In the spirit of the holiday season, I would like to bring to your attention a project that was revitalized two years ago while I was walking along Kanawha Boulevard and appreciating the beauty of the Kanawha River. It came to mind then and there that we owe it to this wonderful city of Charleston to make this river walk a breathtaking experience.
HUNTINGTON — Law 360, a Portfolio Media online legal news organization, has ranked Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough’s product liability practice group as the second largest in the nation and having the second largest concentration of product liability lawyers in … Read More
HUNTINGTON – Nathan Christopher Ward, a Huntington native, is the most recent associate to join Jenkins Fenstermaker.
CHARLESTON -– The law firm of Spilman Thomas & Battle is pleased to announce the election of the following new Partners effective Jan. 1.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw is one of 25 AGs who are objecting to a proposed class action settlement with Honda that would allow attorneys to pocket $3 million while providing small refunds and DVDs on saving gas to consumers.
CHARLESTON -– Donnie L. Adkins II has joined Dinsmore & Shohl as an associate in the Litigation Department and a member of the Environmental and Natural Resources Practice Groups.
CHARLESTON — A man is suing General Motors Company after he claims the company would not repair his vehicle. Calvin Moss Jr. purchased a new 2008 Chevrolet HHR on July 31, 2008, for $24,296, according to a complaint filed Nov. … Read More
CHARLESTON — Three men and one company are suing Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation and Freedom Oil & Gas Inc. for breach of contract and unjust enrichment. Girlonza Scott and John Hilton Tincher, and Brandon Smith and LogsOne Land Company … Read More
CHARLESTON — Kanawha County officials have taken Al Summers to court to force him to pay more than $400,000 for allegedly underreporting the value of the Greenbrooke Building. County officials have been taxing the property base on a value of … Read More