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Bringing the legal system to light. Our weekly newsletter sheds light on the lawsuits, people, and organizations that continually clog the legal system in West Virginia.
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MOUNDSVILLE – An Ohio County man alleges he was injured at a Marshall County Commission-owned park.
PRINCETON – A Bluefield woman alleges her vehicle was unlawfully impounded and searched.
WINFIELD – A Scott Depot woman is seeking damages after a collision with a tractor-trailer on Interstate 64.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Cameron business is alleged to have defaulted on a loan and the lender is seeking possession of a truck as collateral.
WAYNE – A Danville woman alleges her minor son was assaulted while under the care of a facility.
WILLIAMSON – An estate representative has filed a wrongful death suit against the operator of a Williamson nursing home.
KINGWOOD – A Tunnelton woman alleges she was wrongfully terminated from her job with Preston Memorial Hospital Corp.
BECKLEY – A Daniels couple allege their property sustained thousands of dollars' worth of damages when a water pipe failed.
MOUNDSVILLE – Employees of Chapman Corp. and their families have filed suit against the owners of a Marshall County facility after they were injured while working there.
PRINCETON – A Mercer County physician alleges he was not reimbursed by Bluefield Regional Medical Center for staffing services he provided.
MOUNDSVILLE – A New Martinsville man is seeking damages from a Proctor chemical plant owner after a liquid chlorine leak forced him to evacuate his property in 2016.
PRINCETON – A patient alleges she contracted an infection because she was exposed to an unsterile environment during her surgery.
BECKLEY – A water testing and treatment lab alleges it was not paid for services it provided.
BECKLEY – Two Fayette County consumers are seeking a refund of the purchase of a vehicle they allege does not conform to its warranties.
WILLIAMSON – A Mingo County man alleges he was wrongfully terminated after defending himself against an intoxicated co-employee.
WILLIAMSON – A Mingo County man alleges the respirators he used while he was employed as a coal miner failed to protect his lungs.
WILLIAMSON – A Mingo County couple alleges the husband was terminated from his coal mining job after he filed a workers' compensation claim.
WILLIAMSON – A Williamson convenience store and gas station operator alleges it was provided defective equipment.
WINFIELD – A Putnam County couple are seeking damages from a Kanawha County man after an auto accident in Hurricane.
WINFIELD – A Putnam County woman alleges her former employer discriminated against her because of her age and disability.