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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Nov. 18 Mirna Dankiewicz, administratrix of the estate of Darby Suarez Dankiewicz vs. Putnam County Commission dba Putnam County Emergency Medical Services PA-Richard Lindsay; J-Spaulding * The plaintiff says the defendants are responsible for her nine-month-old son’s death on Oct. … Read More
Oct. 28 Branch Banking and Trust Co. vs. Richard Masters, Paula J. Masters and Cabin Tenders LLC PA – Kathy Santa Barbara; J – Wilkes * The plaintiff claims the defendants owe at least $51,604.84 plus interest after defaulting on … Read More
PARKERSBURG – An agreement between two popular potato chip manufacturers turned into a battle over money as one of the manufacturers says it has failed to receive more than $600,000 for goods it shipped. Utz Quality Foods filed a lawsuit … Read More
HUNTINGTON — Huddleston Bolen and HIMG will host an event on estate planning and living wills from 1:00 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 6.
WHEELING -– U.S. Magistrate Judge James Seibert dropped a curtain of secrecy on a dispute over where to depose former CSX railroad workers alleging malpractice against a Texas law firm. Seibert posted no minutes of a Nov. 18 hearing, as … Read More
WHEELING – The parents of a minor boy blame Walmart and a bicycle manufacturer for causing the front wheel of their son’s bicycle to fall off as he rode the vehicle, causing him to face plant into the ground. Stephanie … Read More
CHARLESTON – Richard Poore, who faced life in prison without mercy on a charge of murdering his three-month-old son, has won a new trial or full freedom.
CHARLESTON – During a revision to a left knee replacement, doctors at Cleveland Clinic injured a Kanawha County man’s sciatic nerve, causing him to endure paralysis in the lower portion of his left leg, according to recently filed court documents. … Read More
CHARLESTON – State Supreme Court Justices who reversed criminal convictions of Betty Jarvis and Wanda Carney won’t let them sue state troopers who investigated them.
ELKINS – A Lewis County man has filed suit against the heavy equipment manufacturer that he claims manufactured a roller that defectively failed to turn off when it flipped on its side, causing burning oil to spew on the man. … Read More
CHARLESTON — A former inmate at Lakin Correctional Center in Mason County is suing the West Virginia Division of Corrections for negligence after she claims she was sexually assaulted and sexually abused by correctional officers. Brandi Meade was incarcerated at … Read More
CHARLESTON — A former inmate at Lakin Correctional Center in Mason County is suing the West Virginia Division of Corrections for negligence after she claims she was sexually harassed and sexually abused by correctional officers. Lanequa Johnson was incarcerated at … Read More
CHARLESTON – Until it has heard from Mason County commissioners, the state Supreme Court has deferred rendering a decision on compelling the state Parkways Authority to move forward with proposed tolls on U.S. 35. Among the last items on its … Read More
CHARLESTON –- DuPont is offering to pay $70 million to settle a toxic exposure case in Harrison County involving a DuPont smelter. The proposed settlement is pending approval in Harrison Circuit Court. It calls for DuPont to pay $70 million … Read More
MORGANTOWN — West Virginia got some good news recently from the state’s newest U.S. Senator. Sen. Joe Manchin told reporters that he had assurances from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid that cap-and-trade would not be taken up by the next Congress.