WAYNE — A capital project manager is suing a petrochemical company, alleging violation of workers compensation acts.
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An employee is suing an insurance company and a physician, citing alleged fraud and deception.
PINEVILLE — A police officer is suing Mullens and its mayor, alleging discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.
HUNTINGTON — A Wayne County warehouse worker is suing his former employer, alleging retaliation and wrongful termination.
HUNTINGTON — A Kentucky woman is suing a Huntington hospital, alleging insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries.
Veteran files suit against Military Officers Association of America over insurance policy cancellation
CHARLESTON – A retired Lincoln County Marine Corps veteran alleges he was not notified of the pending cancellation of his life insurance policy.
HUNTINGTON – A Kentucky woman alleges her health insurance benefits were wrongfully retracted after she resigned from her position with a health care company.
BECKLEY – A Beckley woman alleges she was subjected to sexual harassment during her employment at a Raleigh County medical facility.
BECKLEY – An Aurora man alleges he was injured on the job because his construction company employer violated Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards.
HUNTINGTON – A Braxton County woman claims she was discriminated against by Walmart after she filed a workers’ compensation claim when a 30-pound box of chicken wings fell on her in the deli’s poorly lit walk-in freezer.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Central West Virginia Regional Airport Authority after she claims it is responsible for the damages and hardship she and her children suffered after the collapse at the airport in 2015.
CHARLESTON – A Mingo County pharmacist is suing CBS after he claims the evening news defamed him.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman alleges her husband died of opioid overdose under the care of Hope Clinic.
HUNTINGTON – The cases of three women who claimed their former employer and its CEO fired them for refusing to purchase a weight loss drug that is a Schedule IV narcotic for the executive have been settled. Brandi Spurlock, Tobiya Bocook and Jennifer Cyrus had filed separate lawsuits last August in Cabell Circuit Court against Marsha Mattingly, individually and as managing agent for H.