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WHEELING – Gloria Waters and William Hall, on behalf of themselves and others similarly situated, filed suit in the Brooke County Circuit Court on Sept. 6, naming Electrolux Home Products Inc. as the defendant. The plaintiffs are accusing Electrolux of … Read More
WHEELING – A Pennsylvania man and the person who punched him in the face at a Kwik King Food Stores drive-thru should be allies since they are both seeking an insurance company’s money, the company is arguing. Michael B. Slusarek, … Read More
CHARLESTON – A Brooke County bank worker who alleged that intolerable work conditions forced her to resign has lost her appeal to the state Supreme Court. The unanimous Court issued the memorandum opinion in Sherry Frame v. JPMorgan Chase, Cathy Martindill, … Read More
CHARLESTON – AT&T had the right to compel arbitration in a cellular phone bill dispute, according to an opinion issued by the state Supreme Court on June 17. The unanimous memorandum opinion affirmed the decision of the Circuit Court of … Read More
WHEELING – A federal judge has remanded a dispute between Mountain State Carbon and RG Steel Wheeling, ruling Brooke County judges are capable of handling the case properly. U.S. District Judge Frederick Stamp, of the Northern District of West Virginia, … Read More
WELLSBURG — The City of Weirton is being sued after a resident claims the massive water line break earlier this month caused damages. Ronald Gable, a Weirton resident, filed the class action lawsuit against the city and James White Construction, … Read More
Camden Park opened in 1903.
HUNTINGTON – A Kentucky woman has filed suit against Camden Park after she says she suffered from whiplash on one of the amusement park’s rides.
WELLSBURG — A Wheeling lawyer says family members of a woman who died after a cancer-related surgery at Weirton Medical Center in 2005 “feel vindicated by our justice system” after the hospital confessed judgment and agreed to pay $2 million … Read More
WELLSBURG – Circuit Judge Martin Gaughan has imposed a penalty of nearly $4.5 million on drug maker Johnson & Johnson for false and misleading promotion of antipsychotic drug Risperdal and painkiller Duragesic. Gaughan found 4,450 separate violations of West Virginia … Read More
May 30 Robert Huffman v. Gregory Greely J- Mazzone; PA-Jerry Sklavounakis * Huffman was employed by Greely as a truck driver. Huffman claims he was unable to cash a final check Greely owed him because Greely stopped payment on the … Read More
April 22 John A. Fowler and Debra Fowler v. Michael Smitsky d/b/a Michael Smitsky Excavating J- Recht; PA-Michael G. Simon * Smitsky improperly installed a downspout on the Fowlers’ home, resulting in water damage to the Fowlers’ property. The Fowlers … Read More
April 11 William Droll v. Bull Dog Rack Company PA- Mark A. Colantonio; J-Wilson * Droll, a truck driver for A&D Transportation, was contracted to transport a load of metal racks from Bull Dog to a customer. After Bull Dog … Read More
March 3 In re: The Estate of Pete R. Carbasho v. Jane Carbasho, Tracy Carbasho, et al. J- Recht; PA- Scott C. Brown *`After Pete Carbasho’s death, it was discovered that his personal estate was insufficient for payment of his … Read More
Jan. 22 Waldorf Distributing Inc. v. General Teamsters, etc, et al. J-Gaughan ; PA-Robert J. D’Anniballe, Jr. * Waldorf employees, who are also members of General Teamsters’ union, and Local Union 697 failed to come to an agreement regarding health … Read More