PHILIPPI – A law firm alleging to help consumers negotiate and settle with creditors is facing claims by a Barbour County woman over allegations that it took almost $5,000 in fees from her while failing to help with her debt.
WHEELING – Three nurses, a pharmacist and pharmacy buyer who worked for the former Ohio Valley Medical Center claim the health care facility violated federal law by not providing its employees with 60 days' written notice before closing its operations.
CHARLESTON – General Motors is facing a lawsuit by a West Virginia man who claims the automaker has failed to honor its warranty for his Chevy Corvette that has been in and out of authorized dealers for repairs for more than 30 days.
SUMMERSVILLE – A Greenbrier County contractor has been sued by a Nicholas County couple over allegations that he failed to complete the construction of their new home more than one year after they initiated the building contract.
CHARLESTON – Several owners of property in Ripley near a Columbia Gas storage field claim the company is illegally storing and removing gas from their land and failed to get permission from the property owners.
WILLIAMSON – The estate of a West Virginia man is claiming its specialty risk protector insurance was canceled because a Huntington insurance agency did not send a more than $44,000 premium payment to the insurer, National Union Fire.