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CLARKSBURG — A Wetzel County mineral interest owner has filed a class action lawsuit against oil and gas producers, alleging breach of contract and conversion.
WHEELING — A Marshall County man has filed a class action lawsuit against an air ambulance provider, alleging breach of implied warranty and unjust enrichment.
WHEELING – A physician’s assistant claims a Wheeling surgeon repeatedly acted in an unprofessional and inappropriate manner at work, forcing her to file a lawsuit after she was injured because of his actions.
MOUNDSVILLE — A Belmont County couple is suing Murray Energy Corporation and Murray American Energy, Inc., doing business as The Ohio County Coal Company, alleging failure to warn, liability and negligence.
NEW MARTINSVILLE — A Marshall County man has filed a class action lawsuit against medical transport provider, alleging breach of implied contract.
WHEELING — An Ohio County woman has filed a class action lawsuit against a mortgage corporation, alleging misleading representation.
WHEELING – “You can’t shake hands with the devil, and say you’re only kidding.” That’s the line that came to mind when I read about an effort by West Virginia Democrats to help Don Blankenship become the Republican nominee for US Senate by running ads attacking his competition. The scheme has awful risks, and a huge downside even if it “succeeds.”
CHARLESTON – Mountain State Justice is suing the firm who did its yearly audits for never catching that an employee was embezzling money from them for nearly 12 years.
WHEELING — Three family members are suing a tractor trailer owner and driver, alleging negligence and negligent entrustment.
MOUNDSVILLE — A New Martinsville couple is suing an insurance company, alleging breach of an insurance contract.
WHEELING — A Wheeling couple is suing an insurance company, alleging an unfair claims settlement.
WHEELING – A former Apex Energy Service employee alleges the company failed to pay discharged employees within the time period mandated by state law.
MOUNDSVILLE – The owners of a Glen Dale property are seeking coverage from their insurer after their home and business were allegedly damaged by a home heating oil spill.
WHEELING – What may seem like common terms to attorneys may be unfamiliar to clients. Below are some examples of terms that clients might come across during the course of his or her case, so that they may better understand the case.
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.
MOUNDSVILLE – Two residents of Proctor allege the construction and operation of a compressor site near their property has caused a diminution in property value and damages.
FAYETTEVILLE – A Fayette County consumer alleges a debt collector attempted to collect a time-barred debt.
NEW MARTINSVILLE – The children of a woman treated by a New Martinsville physician are seeking damages following her death.