BUCKHANNON – An Upshur County couple is suing an unauthorized driver for an accident that occurred in February of last year.
WINFIELD – A Cabell County woman claims she was wrongfully terminated by Ogden Directories and her rights were violated.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman alleges she was discriminated against by AT&T and her former supervisor there because she had to miss work as a result of a work-related injury.
CHARLESTON – A Georgia couple is suing Bob Evans Farms after the husband fell outside the restaurant chain's Cross Lanes location.
CHARLESTON – A mother blames the Kanawha County Board of Education for her son's fall from the top row of some bleachers in a school gymnasium.
Jack Whittaker CHARLESTON – A Putnam County construction company owned by Powerball winner Jack Whittaker claims a civil engineering consulting firm did properly carry out the terms of its contract in building a water treatment plant in Mingo County.
CHARLESTON – A Jackson County couple says a man responsible for a 2004 automobile accident subsequently tried to discourage them from taking legal action.
CHARLESTON – A former railroad worker and his wife have filed a lawsuit claiming he was exposed to asbestos during his nearly 40 years on the job.
CHARLESTON – A South Charleston woman has sued Charleston Area Medical Center after she tripped on a rug in the lobby of one of its buildings.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman says a store at the Kanawha Mall is to blame for her falling and injuring herself in the mall parking lot.
CHARLESTON – A South Carolina man has sued for damages as a result of a 2005 accident on the West Virginia Turnpike.
Charleston Job Corps Center CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County couple has sued the owner and operator of the Charleston Job Corps Center and two of its employees for sexual harassment and discrimination they say the wife endured as an employee.
A proposal floating about our State Senate would require certain West Virginia businesses to spend at least eight percent of their employee wages on health insurance.
CHARLESTON – As the state Legislature begins to look at examining lawyer advertising, a Virginia attorney says the problem is that members of his profession never have been taught to market themselves and their services.
CHARLESTON – Last summer, the five Justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals gave their new administrator, Steve Canterbury, four days to prepare an annual budget for their Court and all circuit courts.