CHARLESTON – A Charleston couple has sued a roofing contractor for inferior work and subsequent damages to their home.
A Monongalia County man claims county officials are in violation of 10 different statutory requirements as set by the commission, and he believes he has the evidence to prove it.
MORGANTOWN -- A Monongalia County woman claims West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc., her former employer, lacked a sufficient number of security officers and created an unsafe work environment.
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HUNTINGTON – The Huntingtonized Federal Credit Union has filed suit against a Cabell County man over a $26,380 loan.
HUNTINGTON –A Huntington couple is suing two Cabell County residents over an August 2001 incident involving a dog attack.
HUNTINGTON – Yesterday Delivery Service, an expedite freight carrier in Cabell County, is suing an International Truck dealer over the repossession of two International trucks.
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CHARLESTON – A woman seeks damages for injuries from the drivers of both vehicles involved in a 2003 Charleston traffic accident as well as the business for which one of the drivers was working.
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.