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CHARLESTON — A Mansfield, Ohio, man is suing Clerac, LLC, after he claims the company declined to afford insurance coverage for him. Yuri Ellis, an individual from Charleston, was also named as a defendant in the suit. On Oct. 30, … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Raleigh County man is suing Cranberry Lumber Company after he was injured while at work. On May 18, 2009, Charles Wayne Mickles was summoned by his supervisor to cut portions of a tree top which had been … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Raleigh County woman is suing John Eye Big Sandy Super Store Inc., Big Sandy Furniture Inc. and an individual after she claims she was sexually harassed while employed at Big Sandy. In 2003, Donna Ferrell because working … Read More
CHARLESTON — A former employee is suing Gilbert-PLC Lumber, Cabin Creek Lumber Co. and an individual for wrongful termination. David McNeely was employed by the defendants and on June 1, 2009, he was hit in the back with a piece … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County man us suing his former employer after he claims he was unlawfully terminated from his employment. Michael R. Moles was hired by Edgewood County Club in November 2007 as an office assistant, according to a … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Mullens woman named 14 companies in an asbestos-related case for her stepfather’s death. Charles Lilly was exposed to large quantities of asbestos in products manufactured, sold, designed, supplied, distributed, mined, milled, relabeled, processed, applied or installed by … Read More
CHARLESTON (Legal Newsline) – Before West Virginia ever holds a publicly financed election for two Supreme Court seats in 2012, the law allowing it might have to survive a challenge in court.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County physician is suing Thomas Memorial Hospital & Comprehensive Surgical Associates for violations of the West Virginia Human Rights Act. Dr. Noel Doromal began working for the defendant when the hospital was having problems with a … Read More
CHARLESTON — Weight Watchers of West Virginia is suing Wye Oak Technology and its owner and 3 States Consulting and its owner for breach of contract. In 2006 Weight Watchers entered into a contract with David Stoffel of Wye Oak … Read More
HUNTINGTON — An Ashland, Ky., woman is suing St. Mary’s Medical Center and Huntington Emergency Physicians Group for negligence and medical malpractice after she claims they breached the acceptable standards of care. Drs. John P. Short, Rodger Blake, Wen Long, … Read More
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justice Menis Ketchum recently wrote that the plaintiffs lawyers in a $381 million case against DuPont will harm the state’s economy if a medical monitoring law is not abolished or revised.
HUNTINGTON — A Cabell County woman is suing Midland Food Services and its store manager for violation of the West Virginia Human Rights Act. Tina M. Watts was employed by Midland Food Services’ Pizza Hut restaurant on U.S. 60 in … Read More
WINFIELD – A Pennsylvania man is accusing a public utility company for health problems he incurred after he was exposed to toxic materials at its Putnam County facility almost two years ago. Robert C. Wilson II named American Electric Power … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County woman is suing the West Virginia Association of Rehabilitation Facilities for violations of the West Virginia Human Rights Act. Mary Jones has worked for the defendant since October 2003 and is the only minority employee … Read More
CHARLESTON — A South Charleston man is suing the Administratrix of his mother’s estate after he claims she removed funds from her account for her own benefit. David L. Whitlock and Mary Alice Schmidt are legal heirs and beneficiaries of … Read More