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Monthly Archives: August 2011
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MOUNDSVILLE – A Marshall County jury returned a verdict of nearly $7 million to the family of a Tyler County man who was killed as a result of an explosion at an AEP plan in Beverly, Ohio, in 2007.
Tort law, despite a variety of abuses associated with it, makes perfect sense in principle. If somebody damages your person or property, that someone should be required to make restitution for the harm done. Read More
SANTA MONICA, Calif. – Researchers who set out to explore connections between asbestos trusts and asbestos courts returned with guesswork because of a lack of factual evidence.
WASHINGTON – Mine safety regulators must defend claims that they dangerously interfere with ventilation plans, U.S. District Judge James Boasberg ruled on Aug. 18. He denied a motion from the Mine Safety and Health Administration to dismiss a suit that … Read More
CHARLESTON – Circuit Judge Jack Alsop fears the Supreme Court of Appeals diminished privacy rights in electronic devices.
CHARLESTON — Observers of West Virginia’s legal system say a case of alleged neglect by nursing home workers could mean another hurdle for the state’s medical malpractice reforms.
Aug. 9 Glen Pritchard and Ellen V. Pritchard vs. 3M Company; A.O. Smith Corporation; A.W. Chesterton Company; et al PA- Victoria Antion, Scott A. McGee; J- visiting * The plaintiffs claim the 46 defendants are responsible for Mr. Pritchard’s lung … Read More
Aug. 18 Neal Browning vs. Frank J. Richter, M.D. PA- Arden J. Curry II; J- O.C. Spaulding * On April 24, 2009, Richter performed an operation on Browning’s ureter that involved a stent and on April 29, 2009, Richter performed … Read More
Aug. 11 Barry R. Morlachetta and Carole F. Morlachetta vs. Robert C. Byrd Institute, Inc.; Rick Martin; Charlotte Weber; Tracy McDowell; Marshall University Research Corporation; and Does 1 through 20, inclusive PA- J. Patrick L. Stephens, Mark F. Underwood; J- … Read More
Aug. 5 Leslie Connolly, Administratix of the Estate of John Connolly vs. Joy E. Cousins, Potomac Valley Hospital, Tamer Gaber MD, James Abel, MD WVU Board of Governors, University Health Associates and WVU Hospitals dba Chestnut Ridge Hospital PA-Dino Columbo … Read More
July 26 Amy N. Lynch vs. Tom Carney PA- Pro Se; J- Karl * In June 2010, a contract was signed wherein Bumble Bee Construction would construct a new roof and siding on plaintiff’s residence. A check was given for … Read More
Aug. 2 State of West Virginia, By Its Prosecuting Attorney of Lincoln County, for and on behalf of the US 119 Task Force vs. John David McNeely and or Jonathan Michael Lucas and United States Currency in the Sum of … Read More
July 13 Winchester Medical Center vs. Deborah K. Purnell PA – Richard McGervey; J – Groh * The hospital claims Purnell owes at least $60,407.19 plus $3,962.04 in interest for medical supplies and services provided to her in 2010. Case … Read More
CHARLESTON – The Supreme Court’s Business Court Committee met Aug. 18 to work on the second draft of rules for the operation of business courts in the state. The committee agreed that the court will be called a commercial litigation … Read More