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Monthly Archives: March 2011
CHARLESTON — State Attorney General Darrell McGraw has filed contempt proceedings against tax relief company JK Harris and its owner, John Harris, for continuing to violate a court order.
CHARLESTON – An online video produced by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office is drawing attention, but not necessarily from its target audience yet.
CHARLESTON — Senate Bill 307 – legislation to establish an intermediate court of appeals in West Virginia – passed overwhelmingly in the State Senate this past legislative session. Gov. Tomblin supported this effort and encouraged passage of the bill.
MORGANTOWN – A man is suing West Virginia University Hospitals Inc. and unknown employees after he discovered a foreign object was left inside him about a surgery. On Nov. 24, 2005, Daniel R. Adkins was involved in a car accident … Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has let stand a lower court’s decision dismissing a former Tax Department official’s libel suit against a statewide news organization. The Court on Feb. 11 voted unanimously not to hear Lexie Redden’s appeal from … Read More
CHARLESTON – Aetna Life Insurance improperly denied disability benefits to former Bristol Myers Squibb manager Ricky Dickens without explaining why it disregarded a Social Security Administration decision in his favor, U. S. District Judge Thomas Johnston ruled on March 28.
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RIPLEY – Two Jackson County women allege their employer went too far in posting a co-worker’s comments about them on a company bulletin board.
CHARLESTON –- West Virginia State University has settled a personal injury lawsuit with a Nitro woman.
BERKELEY SPRINGS – The Country Inn at Berkeley Springs will pay $85,000 and furnish significant remedial relief to settle a federal sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit involving female employees. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charged that 5042 Holdings Limited, … Read More
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has to decide whether a man should receive medical payment benefits previously denied by a circuit court. On June 11, 2003, Michael W. Witt was operating a 1999 GMC Sierra truck … Read More
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals heard arguments Wednesday on the reinstatement of a lawsuit filed by a North Carolina man against Mylan drug companies. Randy Mace is pleading for a West Virginia court to hear his … Read More
CHARLESTON — A New Mexico woman is suing 48 companies after she claims they are responsible for her husband’s lung cancer and death. David L. Grove was diagnosed with lung cancer on Oct. 9, 2009, and died March 11, 2010, … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Charleston man is suing Smith Company Motor Cars after he claims his employed was wrongfully terminated. Wilmer J. Sayre was employed by the defendant from 1998 until August 2010, according to a complaint filed March 3 in … Read More
CHARLESTON — Two sisters are suing the state jail authority after they claim the medical staff at the North Central Regional Jail neglected their brother’s medical problems, which led to his death. Joe DeLong, the executive director of the West … Read More