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WINFIELD – Teays Valley Assisted Living and one of its stockholders are suing the president of the company for wrongfully trying to freeze him out. On March 10, Eric Scott Arbogast and Christie R. Mounts became joint stockholders in Teays … Read More
MORGANTOWN – The father and friend of a former West Virginia University student left in a coma after a 2009 beating filed a lawsuit against the six individuals allegedly involved in the attack. The six individuals named as defendants in … Read More
HUNTINGTON – A Huntington attorney and Marshall University alumna was recently named founding director of the Simon Perry Center for Constitutional Democracy at Marshall.
CLARKSBURG — Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Maloney says he would join 26 other states in their challenge to President Barack Obama’s health care reform.
CHARLESTON — Legal Aid of West Virginia is pleased to announce the launch of “WV Law Help,” an online system for people to create their own family court documents in West Virginia. Like popular “do your own taxes” software, the … Read More
CHARLESTON -– Clerks’ offices throughout West Virginia will be closed Oct. 4 for the special gubernatorial election. Special elections held statewide are legal holidays. As a result, the Supreme Court Clerk’s Office, circuit clerks’ offices and magistrate court clerks’ offices … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Grayson, Ky., man is suing 57 companies he claims are responsible for his family member’s lung cancer and death. On May 26, 2010, James Thomas Martin was diagnosed with lung cancer, of which he died from on … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Liverpool, Ohio, couple is suing 10 companies they claim caused a lung cancer diagnosis. From 1958 until 1979, Charles H. Long worked as a boilermaker and ironworker at various power plants, steel mills and other industrial sites … Read More
WINFIELD — Graybar Electric is suing A.F.C. Electric after it claims it breached its contract and failed to pay for electrical goods. On Dec. 20, 2009, A.F.C. signed a credit application including terms of sale with Graybar, according to a … Read More
CHARLESTON — A Charleston man is suing 73 companies he claims are responsible for a family member’s lung cancer and death. On Aug. 6, 2009, Norvell Vaughn Dye was diagnosed with lung cancer, of which he died on Aug. 13, … Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw on Tuesday warned state consumers not to fall for a scam in which they are told they’re the winners of unclaimed lottery winnings. Read More
CHARLESTON — A Boone County man is suing Toyota Motor Sales for a vehicle he claims was defective. On Aug. 6, 2009, Mark Agosti purchased a 2009 Toyota Camry from the defendant for $26,619, according to a complaint filed Aug. … Read More
CHARLESTON — A woman and her husband are suing Trivillian’s Pharmacy of Kanawha City for injuries sustained from a fall. Paula C. Butterfield, the owner of the pharmacy, was also named as the defendant in the suit. On Oct. 29, … Read More
CHARLESTON — A man is suing Wal-mart after he claims he was injured when he fell in the Cross Lanes store. Wal-mart Stores East, LP; Wal-mart Associates, Inc.; Wal-mart Real Estate Business Trust; Wal-mart Realty Company; Wal-mart Stores East, Inc.; … Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Margaret Workman on Monday appointed Ninth Judicial Circuit Judge Derek Swope to preside in a class action lawsuit in Putnam County. Workman said Swope, a member of the Mass Litigation Panel, will … Read More