CHARLESTON -- Seven former GC Services employees are suing the company after they claim they were forced to work in a hostile work environment.
HUNTINGTON -- A former Lakin Correction Center inmate is suing Wexford Health Resources and a physician it employed after she claims she was sexually harassed and sexually abused.
CHARLESTON -- A Baxter woman is suing 60 companies that she claims are responsible for her husband's lung cancer and death.
CHARLESTON -- A former Radio Shack employee is suing the company for failing to pay his final wages in a timely manner.
CHARLESTON -- A Charleston man is suing Mountaineer Gas Company for injuries he sustained from tripping on a gas line hole owned by the company.
Allen CHARLESTON -- Kay Casto & Chaney have announced that Robert B. Allen has joined its Charleston office.
CHARLESTON -- The conception of political equality from the Declaration of Independence, to Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, to the Fifteenth, Seventeenth and Nineteenth Amendments can mean only one thing -- one person, one vote.
McGraw MARTINSBURG -- A Martinsburg real estate developer contends West Virginia does not have jurisdiction in a case alleging he fraudulently collected rent from tenants.
CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County couple is suing Davis Creek Church of the Nazarene after their son was injured while playing a game at Vacation Bible School.
CHARLESTON -- A Buffalo couple is suing Bayer Cropscience after they claim it did not provide a safe work environment.
CHARLESTON -- Petroleum Products, Inc., is suing B&C Trucking, Inc., after it claims the company breached its contract and failed to pay for more than $30,000 in goods and services.
CHARLESTON -- A former United Healthcare Services employee is suing after she claims she was wrongfully terminated from her employment.
CHARLESTON -- An Alum Creek couple is suing Herbert J. Thomas Memorial Hospital Association after they claim it was negligent in its care during hospitalization.
CHARLESTON -- A Greenville, S.C., couple is suing Elder-Beerman for injuries sustained in its Kanawha City store.
Fuller MARTINSBURG -- Martin & Seibert is pleased to announce that E. Kay Fuller has been accepted into the prestigious Council on Litigation Management.
McGraw WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – The U.S. Supreme Court will have the opportunity to decide if West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw is acting like a class action lawyer.
CHARLESTON -- The family of a deceased West Virginia veteran is suing the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for wrongful death and medical negligence.
McGraw CHARLESTON -- Two New York-based debt collection firms have agreed to cease collecting debts without a license in West Virginia as part of a settlement reached by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw.
HUNTINGTON -- A Kanawha County man is suing the owners of a Huntington apartment complex for injuries sustained after slipping on an icy sidewalk outside the building.
Davis KINGWOOD -- Supreme Court Justice Robin Jean Davis has announced the details of a new effort to coordinate judicial truancy programs in West Virginia.