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Monthly Archives: May 2010
One of Aesop’s best-loved fables is the story of the boy who cried wolf, a shepherd boy who relieves the tedium of his lonely job with false alarms. Read More
PARKERSBURG – A Wood County attorney’s mantra in not taking no for an answer in helping clients obtain disability benefits also extends to those clients who don’t pay for the work she’s done.
POINT PLEASANT — Two employees of a Mason County alloy plant are suing their employer for on-the-job injuries. David Reynolds and Frederick Cooper filed separate lawsuits in Mason Circuit Court against Felman Productions. In their respective complaints filed on April … Read More
RIPLEY — The murder-suicide of a Jackson County couple is at the center of a wrongful death, and product liability suit against New York pharmaceutical company. Forest Laboratories and Forest Pharmaceuticals are named as co-defendants in a lawsuit filed in … Read More
CHARLESTON -– The Greenbrier resort owner James Justice claims lawyers for some of the coal companies he sold last year improperly switched sides and sued him.
CHARLESTON – Justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals must decide whether class action consumer fraud claims require proof of deception.
CHARLESTON — The former president of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine is suing the school’s Board of Governors for violating his First Amendment rights and the West Virginia Whistleblower Act.
May 14 John Wheeler Estep Jr. vs. A.W. Chesterton Company; Ashland Oil, Inc.; Aurora Pump Company et al. PA- Cindy J. Kiblinger, Victoria Antion; J- visiting judge * The Catlettsburg, Ky., man claims the 56 defendants are responsible for his … Read More
This Just In Cabell May 20 George Willoughby vs. Oakwood Mobile Homes PA- R. Stephen Jarrell; J- F. Jane Hustead * On Nov. 15, 2008, Willoughby entered into a contract with American Home Inspectors & Engineering Assessments to have the … Read More
May 12 Harvey Family Medicine, PLLC, a West Virginia company, and Hyla Harvey, M.D., an individual vs. Alpha Technologies, Inc., a West Virginia corporation, and Thomas Maddox, an individual PA- Michael J. Folio, Scott L. Summers; J- Phillip Stowers * … Read More
April 12 Samuel and Carrie Braniff vs. Wee Federal Credit Union PA – Keith White; J – Beane * The plaintiffs are suing the defendants for breach of contract in failing to credit payments on a Ford Explorer they bought … Read More
May 20 Bernard Raber vs. Richard and Samantha Sigley PA-Alex J. Shook; J-NA * Raber seeks judgment against the Sigley’s for injuries sustained after being bitten by their German Shepherd mix dog. Raber was treated for a puncture wound of … Read More
May 7 Progressive Specialty Insurance vs. Theresa L. Johnson PA- Steven M. Recht; J- Gaughan * On May 19, 2008, the plaintiff’s insured automobile was traveling East on U.S. 40 when the defendant lost control of her vehicle which crossed … Read More
May 7 Michael S. Locke v. Countrywide Home Loans Inc. PA – Sara Bird; J – Sanders * The plaintiff alleges wrongful foreclosure on his home after he began struggling with payments and was beset with foreclosure rescue scams. The … Read More