CHARLESTON - The estate of an Elkview woman is suing her former doctor, claiming he misdiagnosed her severe problems as hemorrhoids.
CHARLESTON – The United States Supreme Court on Monday refused an appeal from coal and steel companies challenging the constitutionality of West Virginia's coal severance taxes.
Swiger CHARLESTON -- Jackson Kelly PLLC welcomes Brian R. Swiger to its Charleston Litigation Department.
Aliff CHARLESTON -- Al Emch, CEO of Jackson Kelly PLLC, has announced seven membership changes at the Firm.
Stephen R. Crislip CHARLESTON -- The Association of Defense Trial Attorneys (ADTA) has named Jackson Kelly PLLC attorney Stephen R. Crislip as ADTA President for 2006-2007.
Among other ailments, allegedly oversexed former Wayne County Magistrate Tommy Toler admits he has a "very serious emotional and stress problem."
Chief Justice Robin Jean Davis While it is not mandatory that the Legislature realign or even examine the circuits, it is expected that this year the Legislature will study the number and locations of judges -- both circuit judges and family court judges -- in the State.
BY JOHN O'BRIEN
Harry Bell CHARLESTON - Twenty-nine years later, Harry Bell can still feel something in his eye.
Samantha Burns CHARLESTON - The father of a 19-year-old Marshall University student who was abducted at Huntington Mall before being raped and murdered is suing the mall for not providing proper security.
CHARLESTON - A recently filed lawsuit says the death of a man who fell off a third-floor balcony while helping move furniture is the fault of the building's landlord.
CHARLESTON - A former housekeeper and front desk clerk at a Motel 6 is suing over sexual harassment she says occurred there before she was wrongfully fired.
CHARLES TOWN - A Virginia couple says their deposit on a subdivision lot was kept even though they did not end up buying the lot.
CHARLESTON - A Mingo County woman is suing the state Regional Jail Authority over the alleged sexual harassment committed by Jimmy Vance, whom is also listed as a defendant.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County woman is suing Sam's Club after she says she was bitten by a spider that was hiding in her fruit