CHARLESTON – The family of a Sissonville man who killed himself in 2004 says his psychiatrist didn't properly treat him.
House Speaker Bob Kiss CHARLESTON – A Charleston attorney says he has no beef with House Speaker Bob Kiss personally. But Harry Deitzler, a partner in the law firm of Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler PLLC, says he does have questions about Kiss's residency because of what it could mean to the state.
William Shaffer v. David A. Denning, M.D., University Physicians and Surgeons, Inc., Cabell Huntington Hospital, the Board of Governors of Marshall University
Star U.S.A. Federal Credit Union v. Darin Lee Corn, II and Kristin E. Corn
Jan. 24 2006
It's encouraging that West Virginia legislators are giving Attorney General Darrell McGraw's budget the scrutiny it deserves. But we hope they also play close attention to the money he's spending out of sight.
BrickStreet Mutual Insurance Company, now one month old, is in the process of converting its employer classification system to the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) system. The system that was based on 94 industrial classes will increase to 434 NCCI classes.
Attorney General Darrell McGraw CHARLESTON -- Attorney General Darrell McGraw's office says changes to the state workers' compensation system mean it needs more money to operate.
CHARLESTON -- The mother of a Herbert Hoover High School student is suing the school board and parents of the girl who beat her daughter into unconsciousness last year.
Where House Speaker Bob Kiss lives has been the subject of much debate recently.
House Speaker Bob Kiss spoke on the floor Jan. 23 regarding questions about his residency. Here are excerpts from that speech:
CHARLESTON -- A West Virginia man who promised to use his Social Security disability payment to purchase a 1997 Chevrolet Camaro is being sued by the man who claims he was duped.
To the editor:
CHARLESTON – A Wood County couple say their insurance company should pay after they found cracks in the masonry of their home.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County couple say a Ford F350 they bought in 2004 is a lemon.