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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Meyer, Ford, Glasser & Radman, PLLC

Recent News About Meyer, Ford, Glasser & Radman, PLLC

  • Patient accuses doctor of performing unnecessarily extensive procedure

    BECKLEY – A couple is suing a doctor, claiming he performed a partial mastectomy when a less aggressive procedure was an option.

  • Woman sues Huntington physician for professional negligence

    HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing a Huntington physician for professional negligence after she was injured during surgery. On Dec. 31, 2013, Lora Dotson presented to Dr. Brian Bower for a robotic assisted total laparoscopic hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, according to a complaint filed Jan. 14 in Cabell Circuit Court.

  • Man accuses CAMC of negligence in woman's death

    CHARLESTON – A man is suing the Charleston Area Medical Center following the death of his decedent, alleging that the center was negligent in failing to provide the medical attention required.

  • Ex-employee accuses WVU BOG of discrimination, retaliation

    MORGANTOWN – A former employee is suing the West Virginia University Board of Governors after he claims he was discriminated against and retaliated against by other employees. Daniel A.

  • WVU wants to dismiss former professor's termination lawsuit

    CLARKSBURG – West Virginia University has filed a motion to dismiss in a termination lawsuit alleging failure to state a claim. Dismissal is warranted because plaintiff failed to state a claim upon which relief can be granted and because she has also failed to avail herself of the exclusive remedy available to her, according to the motion filed in the U.S.

  • Former employee accuses Cabell Huntington of harassment, retaliation

    HUNTINGTON – A former employee is suing Cabell Huntington Hospital after she claims she was harassed and retaliated against for reporting unsafe conditions in the operating room. Kimberly Adkins was employed as a surgical technician in the operating room at Cabell and, after beginning her employment, she observed various conditions within the operating room that detrimentally affected the health and safety of Cabell Huntington Hospital patients, according to a complaint filed in Cabell Circuit

  • Discrimination case against Andersen Windows goes to federal court

    HUNTINGTON - A man is suing Andersen Windows Inc. after he claims he was discriminated against based on his disability. David Sepic, an employee of Andersen Windows, was also named as a defendant in the suit. Gary K.