LOGAN – A confidential settlement was reached in a lawsuit against American Renal Associates that alleged it was responsible for a woman’s wrongful death.
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CHARLESTON – More than $6 million from a court settlement account has been transferred to West Virginia University and Marshall University to aid in research and rural health.
PRINCETON – A man is suing Azzo Orthopedics after he claims he was negligent during a surgical procedure.
CHARLESTON – A St. Albans woman is suing Dr. David L. Soulsby after she claims he breached the standard of care during her surgery.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Bridgeport, Ohio, man is suing 150 companies he claims are responsible for his lung disease due to exposure to asbestos.
CHARLESTON – A trust is suing the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources after the trustee claims a minor was sexually abused in at least two separate facilities while in its care.
WELCH – Ninety-eight individuals are suing Alpha Natural Resources Services LLC after they claim it contaminated their water with inorganic trace elements.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Middlebourne woman filed a lawsuit against 103 companies after she claims they are responsible for her husband’s death.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Wetzel County couple is suing a tank manufacturer over kidney cancer the husband allegedly suffered via exposure to its products.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Wetzel County couple is suing a natural gas exploration company, claiming it broke a contract promising them royalties for products extracted under an oil lease agreement.
MOUNDSVILLE – A couple is suing 70 companies they claim are responsible for an August mesothelioma diagnosis. John Lewis Lafferty was diagnosed with incurable and asbestos-related malignant mesothelioma on Aug. 25, according to a complaint filed in Marshall Circuit Court. Lafferty and his wife, Dorothy Lafferty, claim the only medically known cause for mesothelioma in America is exposure to asbestos dust and, over the course of his lifetime, John Lafferty was exposed to asbestos dust while wor
MOUNDSVILLE – A Charleston couple is suing 18 companies it claims caused a diagnosis of multiple myeloma. Donald C.
MOUNDSVILLE — A Marshall County woman is blaming more than 50 companies for the asbestos-related death of her brother.
BECKLEY – A Mercer County woman is suing two Beckley physicians for negligence, alleging they are responsible for an improperly placed birth control device. Plaintiff Melissa D.