CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man and his son have filed two lawsuits against Sears and one of its employees for a 2003 automobile accident on Interstate 77.
CHARLESTON – A restaurant supply company has filed suit against a downtown Charleston eatery, claiming it owes more than $15,000 on a promissory note.
CHARLESTON – A Lincoln County couple claims a truck they bought at Moses Ford is a lemon.
CHARLESTON – A South Charleston woman claims contractors did a shoddy job in building a deck and other work on her home, and she wants compensated for it.
CHARLESTON – A man seeks a judgment of up to $75,000 after slipping and falling at a Cross Lanes restaurant.
CHARLESTON – The operator of an assisted living facility in Dunbar is suing its nursing home neighbor for failure to pay for half of the work on a road both facilities use.
CHARLESTON – A Logan County woman is suing the Charleston Town Center after she injured her hand when she fell on an escalator at the mall.
CHARLESTON – A Mingo County couple claims a vehicle they bought at C&O Motors in St. Albans is a lemon.
CHARLESTON – A resident of the town of Glasgow has sued the municipality, claiming a burst water pipe damaged her home and personal property as well as causing a reduction in her Social Security benefits.
CHARLESTON – A couple has filed an asbestos-related lawsuit, naming 35 companies – from local businesses to global giants – as defendants.
CHARLESTON – A man has sued the City of Charleston and a member of its fire department for a 2004 vehicle accident, but the defendants say the case should be dismissed.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston-based produce company says four Pizzeria Uno locations across the state haven't paid nearly $18,000 in bills.
House Speaker Bob Kiss CHARLESTON -- A special state legislative committee is joining the state-federal Sago Mine disaster investigation.
CHARLESTON – An Elkview couple has sued a Mason County company, its owner and an employee for a 2003 automobile accident that injured the woman.
Tri-State Racetrack & Gaming Center CHARLESTON – A Dunbar woman has sued Tri-State Racetrack & Gaming Center after an employee slammed the door of a video lottery machine on her hand.
CHARLESTON – A Dunbar woman wants the balance on a credit card wiped out because the company contacted her after she retained counsel.
CHARLESTON – A Cabell County woman claims a case manager for the West Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission is to blame for worsening condition following a work-related accident.
CHARLESTON – Verizon West Virginia has sued the state Department of Transportation for damaging telephone cables in a mowing accident.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County petroleum company has sued a Virginia company for an outstanding balance of more than $50,000.
CHARLESTON – A Nitro couple claims the West Virginia Housing Development Fund is responsible for a landslide on their property.