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Consumer claims Synchrony Bank's actions regarding stolen credit card damaged credit

PRINCETON – A Mercer County consumer alleges that his credit was damaged after a credit card was stolen.

Baisden coal miner alleges he contracted black lung because respirators failed

WILLIAMSON – A Baisden couple alleges the husband was injured during his employment as a coal miner because the respirators provided to him failed.

Special Metals employee alleges unsafe workplace caused thumb amputation

HUNTINGTON – An Ohio couple alleges the husband was injured while working for a metals manufacturer.

Huntington McDonald's customer alleges greasy restroom floor caused fall

HUNTINGTON – A McDonald's patron is seeking damages after a fall in the restaurant allegedly caused her to fracture her knee cap.

Pedestrian files suit against city of Huntington after falling on sidewalk

HUNTINGTON – A Cabell County woman alleges that she was injured because of an uneven portion of sidewalk.

Cabell Co. parents blame school board after child loses tooth on playground

HUNTINGTON – The parents of an elementary school student have filed a suit against the Cabell County of Education after the student lost a tooth on the playground.

Man alleges Huntington Alloys failed to provide training for cleaning equipment

HUNTINGTON – An Ohio man who was burned while working at a Huntington alloy plant alleges unsafe working conditions caused the injuries.

Man injured by machine at Service Wire Co. alleges company failed to implement safeguards

HUNTINGTON – A Hurricane man injured in an industrial accident at a Culloden warehouse facility alleges that his employer's failure to equip a machine with safeguards caused his injuries.

Huntington Applebee's customer alleges slippery floor caused fall

HUNTINGTON – A Huntington woman claims she was injured at a restaurant in the city because of a substance on the floor.

Washburn Property & Contracting alleges it had to replace deck because instructions weren't provided

CHARLESTON – A Charleston contractor alleges that it was not provided instructions for the installation of vinyl decking.

Woman alleges she was subjected to sexual harassment at Arch Coal

GRAFTON – A woman formerly employed by Arch Coal Inc. alleges she was forced to quit her job because of unchecked sexual harassment.

Amma couple claims insurer still owes benefits to cover flash flooding damages

CHARLESTON – An Amma couple has filed suit against an insurer over coverage for flooding that damaged their home.

Man seeks damages after collision involving TPS Wiring Solutions employee

BECKLEY – A Raleigh County man is seeking damages after another driver allegedly caused a collision in Beckley.

Couple claims fraud event should be covered under Erie Insurance Co. policy

MARTINSVILLE – A Wetzel County couple alleges their insurer wrongfully denied their fraud claim.

American Refractory Co. alleges it is owed more than $140,000 for work

FAYETTEVILLE – A Fayette County company alleges that it was not paid for work performed on a Mount Hope property.

Mother alleges Mingo school board isn't accommodating student's disabilities

WILLIAMSON – A parent alleges that her daughter is being discriminated against by a school board because of her disabilities.

Lowe's, others facing suit over allegedly defective flooring

BECKLEY – A Greenbrier County man and the owner of commercial retail property in Beckley claim that a hardwood floor they had installed on a property was defective and had to be replaced.

Logan man alleges skin cancer, lung disease caused by exposure during reclamation jobs

LOGAN – A Logan couple alleges that the husband has developed medical conditions as a result to exposure during reclamation work for coal companies.

Miner claims Panther Creek Mining terminated him for filing workers' comp claim

WILLIAMSON – A Williamson man alleges he was wrongfully terminated because he filed a workers' compensation claim and that he was subjected to discriminatory treatment because of his race.

K-Motion Transport LLC alleges it is owed more than $140,000 for services

PINEVILLE – A transportation company alleges that it has not been paid for its services.