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Plaintiff appeals dismissal of Bible classes lawsuit

BLUEFIELD – One of the plaintiffs and her child are appealing the dismissal of a lawsuit against Mercer County Board of Education for its Bible in the Schools classes.

Supreme Court says hospital doesn’t have qualified immunity in lawsuit with former surgeon

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals says a hospital doesn't have qualified immunity in a lawsuit involving a former general surgeon who was terminated.

Couple claims Bristol-Myers Squibb Company didn't warn about drug risks

BLUEFIELD – A couple is suing Bristol-Myers Squibb Company for failing to warn them about the risk associated with one of its drugs.

Eric Insurance contract breach suit goes to federal court

CHARLESTON – A lawsuit against Erie Insurance Company alleging breach of contract has been removed to federal court.

Lawsuit against Hartford Insurance Company moved to federal court

CHARLESTON – A lawsuit against Hartford Insurance Company of the Midwest alleging it failed to offer a reasonable settlement to an underinsured motorist claim has been removed to federal court.

Elan Financial Service removes consumer credit suit to federal court

HUNTINGTON – A lawsuit against Elan Financial Service for consumer credit violations has been removed to federal court.

Two lawsuits filed against Morgantown doctor for deaths

MORGANTOWN – Two lawsuits have been filed against Dr. Felix Brizuela for the deaths of two individuals.

State Supreme Court says discrimination lawsuit shouldn’t be dismissed

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled that a discrimination lawsuit against two companies should not be dismissed.

AG's office joins coalition in pro-farmer suit against Massachusetts

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office is seeking to protect Mountain State farmers and c​​​​​onsumers by challenging a Massachusetts law that attempts to impose unlawful agricultural regulations on other states.

Assistant manager claims she was terminated by Bob Evans for attending a court hearing

HUNTINGTON – A Lawrence County, Ohio woman alleges she was terminated from her position as a restaurant assistant manager after she had to leave work to attend a court hearing.

Princeton widow seeks damages from doctor after husband's death

PRINCETON – A widow has filed suit against a physician after her husband died after a surgery.

Parents alleges Res-Care didn't supervise son to keep him from swallowing objects

CHARLESTON – The parents of a Kanawha County man allege the operators of a care center failed to supervise their son.

Auction company allegedly failed to remit money after property sale

KINGWOOD – A Shinnston company is alleged to have failed to pay an individual money owed to her after the sale of a property.

West Virginia Innocence Project working to overturn convicted rapist's conviction

MORGANTOWN – Less than a month since a man who spent 20 years in prison for raping his 5-year-old daughter was freed, the director of the West Virginia Innocence Project explained why the program does what it does.

AG's office wins judgment in contractor fraud case

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office has announced a circuit court awarded the state judgment against a contractor and his businesses, moments after the defendant entered a guilty plea in a related criminal case.

Patient files suit against Scott Orthopedic Center over treatment of ankle injury

HUNTINGTON – A Kermit man alleges that his ankle fracture was not properly treated by a Huntington physician.