CHARLESTON – A man is seeking more than $25,000 after his vehicle sustained damage in a hit-and-run accident earlier this year in a Charleston hotel parking lot.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man is suing the owners of a property he rented for negligence after he fell through the floor.
CHARLESTON – The state Workers' Compensation Commission has sued two businesses for nearly $37,000 in Kanawha Circuit Court for defaulting on payments.
CHARLESTON – A South Charleston man has sued a St. Albans man for severe injuries sustained after he claims he was attacked with a two-by-four.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston man is seeking more than $50,000 for a 2003 accident in Charleston that did $817 in damages to vehicle.
HUNTINGTON – An Ohio company is suing the city of Huntington over an 11-year-old lease that authorized the company to construct a barge mooring facility along the Ohio River in Westmoreland.
For decades Max Lewin assumed the life of a modest Beckley businessman, concealing horrific details of how the humanity was stripped from his life.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia again stands alone as the only full state listed as a "Judicial Hellhole," according to a ranking announced Tuesday.
One step forward, two steps back.
By Jeffrey T. Jones, president-elect West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
CHARLESTON – A Greenbrier County man claims his mother received poor care at nursing homes last year before her death.
CHARLESTON – The commissioner of the state Division of Highways has sued a Beckley man and a Raleigh County company after an incident that did damage to a bridge in Summers County.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Wal-Mart after taking a fall at its store at Nitro Marketplace.
CHARLESTON – A Boone County couple claims they were sold a bad manufactured home and want out of the deal.
CHARLESTON – A man has filed suit against 18 companies – from worldwide corporations such as Viacom and General Motors to local companies such as Nitro Industrial Coverings – for being exposed to asbestos and other harmful dusts over the span of 40 years as a laborer.
Victor S. Woods CHARLESTON -- As defendants in lung injury litigation begin to fight back in courts across the country, a Charleston attorney in the meantime recently filed three separate silica lawsuits in Kanawha Circuit Court.
Wednesday, Nov. 30
MORGANTOWN – West Virginia University will set up a 20-year program to guard the health of employees it may have exposed to dangerous levels of asbestos.
Justice Larry Starcher CHARLESTON – West Virginians can buy auto insurance with worthless checks, the Supreme Court of Appeals decided Dec. 2.
Justice Spike Maynard CHARLESTON - Supreme Court of Appeals Justice Elliott "Spike" Maynard blistered his colleagues for ordering West Virginia National Auto Insurance to cover a customer whose check bounced.