McGraw WHEELING – Campaign contributors given state contracts by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw will try to stake their claims to portions of nearly $4 million in fees in August.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County woman claims she and her then-unborn daughter were injured when a door at a local convenience store hit her, causing her to prematurely deliver her daughter.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against a local sports bar after her front two teeth were knocked out when an intoxicated patron fell on top of her.
CHARLESTON -- The following lawyers were admitted to practice law in the State of West Virginia during a ceremony before the Supreme Court of Appeals on June 26.
CHARLESTON -- Seven Dinsmore & Shohl attorneys have been named to the 2008 West Virginia Super Lawyers list by Law & Politics Media.
CLARKSBURG -- Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to announce that 25 of the firm's lawyers are included in the 2008 class of West Virginia Super Lawyers, with four lawyers included in "West Virginia Rising Stars," a special supplement produced by Law and Politics magazine.
CHARLESTON - Thirty state and national companies are being sued by the estate of Kentucky man who died from lung cancer he contracted after working in environments that exposed him to asbestos and other deadly dusts.
CHARLESTON - Another person injured by the drug Digitex has filed another suit against Mylan Pharmaceuticals, the distributor of the drug.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County man has filed a suit against a woman who hit him with her car while he was riding his bicycle.
CHARLESTON - A former Teays Valley youth minister has filed a suit against his church, claiming he was denied a leadership role in the church after he tried to file a sexual harassment complaint against his pastor.
McGraw CHARLESTON – State Attorney General Darrell McGraw is upset that Capitol One Bank changed its registration to put a stop to his investigation.
McGraw ST. LOUIS PARK, Minn. -– A troubled wire transfer company settled Wednesday with 45 state attorneys general, including state Attorney General Darrell McGraw, agreeing to provide fraud prevention education services.
BECKLEY – U.S. Attorney Charles Miller has moved to cut off a pair of lawsuits that a federal prisoner in Beaver filed in Raleigh County against prison employees.
Recht CHARLESTON – In a fireworks display two days before America's birthday, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals launched asbestos suits of more than 1,000 railroad workers into the sky so they can fall where they belong.
BERKELEY SPRINGS -- A Berkeley Springs woman is suing her former employer -- Morgan County Assessor John Swaim and the Morgan County Commission following her termination.
HUNTINGTON -- A Mercer County couple is seeking damages following the husband's termination by his employer after joining the West Virginia Army Reserve National Guard.
MORGANTOWN -- Following a lawsuit by a Preston County couple, Shell Oil Company, Pennzoil-Quaker State Company, Sopus Products, Dolgen Corp Inc. and Dollar General Corporation are seeking a removal to the United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia.
WILLIAMSON -- Consol of Kentucky Inc. is seeking a removal to the United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia after a Kentucky woman filed a wrongful death suit against it.
CHARLESTON – The next Business for Breakfast is scheduled for Friday, July 25, at the Whitewater Grille in the Charleston Town Center Marriott.
CHARLESTON – West Virginians have one more reason to exclaim "Thank God for Mississippi."