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Beckley Drilling and Blasting Services allegedly owes more than $290,000 for explosives

BECKLEY – A Utah company alleges a Beaver business has not paid for products it purchased.

Settlement sought in Takeda Pharmaceuticals alleged wrongful death case

BECKLEY – A Crab Orchard man has filed a petition for a settlement after the death of his mother.

Stone Street Capital files petition for funds transfer

BECKLEY – A limited liability company is requesting the court's approval of a transfer of structured settlement payment rights.

Woman alleges she was sexually harassed while employed at Biggie's Restaurant

GRAFTON – A former employee for a Grafton restaurant alleges she was sexually harassed by another employee while she worked there.

Woman alleges Huntington Health and Rehabilitation provided negligent care

HUNTINGTON – A Huntington woman alleges negligent care at a nursing facility resulted in injuries to a resident.

Trinity Church of God alleges Huntington contractor installed leaky roof

HUNTINGTON – A Huntington church alleges a contractor installed a substandard roof.

CSX Transportation wall fell into rental properties, property owner alleges

LOGAN – A rental property owner claims CSX Transportation Inc. is responsible for damage to his property.

State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance accused of failing to provide adequate coverage

WHEELING – A man is seeking payment from an insurer after a head-on automobile collision.

Carter Roag Coal Company urges move of medical leave case

CLARKSBURG –The Carter Roag Coal Company has filed a notice of removal from Harrison Circuit Court. It involves a former employee suing over improper treatment due to medical leave, and the notice was filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia, Clarksburg Division, on Aug. 30.