CHARLESTON – Four West Virginia cities have filed a lawsuit against the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations, alleging its misinformation of dangerous pain management standards encouraged the over-prescription of opioids in the state.
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CHARLESTON – Charles R. “Rusty” Webb of the Webb Law Centre has been selected as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers of 2017 by the National Trial Lawyers.
CHARLESTON – Charles “Rusty” Webb of the Webb Law Centre has been selected for membership to the 10 Best Attorneys for the State of West Virginia. The honor, given by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys, is one that the Charleston-based attorney is proud to accept.
WHEELING – Two campuses for West Virginia Business College have been closed amid a class action lawsuit filed by former graduates after the school lost its accreditation.
CLARKSBURG – A class action lawsuit has been filed against West Virginia Business College after it lost its accreditation.
CHARLESTON – Rusty Webb has decided to resign from Charleston City Council after four months to focus on the drug distribution lawsuits.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston-based personal-injury attorney has been nominated as one of 2016's Legal Leaders.
CHARLESTON – Five cities and one county are suing drug distributors for fueling the state’s opioid epidemic.
HUNTINGTON – The drug distributors alleged to have caused the opioid epidemic in West Virginia are asking for the Huntington lawsuit against them to be removed to federal court.
CHARLESTON – Charles R. “Rusty” Webb said a new client who serves in the military was chose to win a free divorce as part of The Webb Law Centre PLLC’s 10th annual Free Valentine’s Day Divorce contest.
CHARLESTON – The Town of Richwood has filed a lawsuit against three drug distributors it claims caused and contributed to the opioid epidemic across the state.
WILLIAMSON – The Mingo County town of Kermit has joined the list West Virginia, a handful of counties and a few communities that have filed lawsuits against five drug companies it claims helped fuel an opioid epidemic within in the town and across the state The suit, filed Jan. 31 in Mingo Circuit Court, names McKesson Corporation, AmerisourceBergen Drug Corporation, Cardinal Health, Miami-Luken and HD Smith Corporation as well as former Kermit clinic owner Cameron Justice as defendants.
HUNTINGTON – The City of Huntington has filed a lawsuit against three drug companies and a physician it claims fueled opioid epidemic within in the city and across the state.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Sen. Chris Walters (R-Putnam) has filed a lawsuit against Katz Radio Group of Pennsylvania for advertisements he claims are false and malicious against his re-election campaign.
CHARLESTON – A St. Albans man is suing Perma-Pipe Inc. after he claims its defective steam pipe system at West Virginia State University caused him injuries.
CHARLESTON – As part of a settlement agreement with the defendants, the individual defendants named in the VALIC litigation have been dismissed.
WINFIELD – A woman is suing State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company after she claims her son was injured in a car accident and the company failed to pay out proper payments under the policies.
CHARLESTON – The Webb Law Centre announced the winner of the eighth annual free Valentine’s Day divorce. Megan Bigler won the contest and will have her consultation with Charles R. “Rusty” Webb sometime in the near future. “There was something about Megan’s application that caught my eye,” Webb said. “She’s enduring a bad situation, but she’s making the best out of it.”
CHARLESTON – The Webb Law Centre is offering its eighth annual free Valentine's Day divorce to the person who presents the "most compelling story." The Webb Law Centre will choose the winner based on its opinion of whose story is the most convincing of why they deserve the free divorce. The divorce is limited to an uncontested, no-fault divorce with no or minimal child custody issues.
PRINCETON – A woman is suing the Town of Bramwell and several breweries after she claims she was injured after an intoxicated patron crashed into her. Antietam Brewery, Bramwell Oktoberfest Inc., Breckenridge Brewery LLC, Bridge Brews Works LLC, Blackwater Brewing Co., Charleston Brewing Company LLC, Chestnut Brew Works LLC, Foothills Brewery, Lost River Brewing Company, Mendocino Wine Group LLC, Morgantown Brewing Co., North End Tavern Inc., Pinnacle Brewery LP, Sunken City and Robert Absten,