A Ft. Gay woman blames the manufacturers of a talcum powder for causing her cancer.
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An implanted medical device was defective, a Huntington man claims in court.
HUNTINGTON — An Ohio couple is suing a Huntington bar and grill operator, alleging negligence caused injuries to the wife.
CHARLESTON – The University of Charleston is alleged to have breached an agreement regarding a master's degree program.
WAYNE – A Pritchard widow alleges that a metal object left by a Fort Gay saw mill operator near a highway caused the death of her husband.
HUNTINGTON – A lawsuit against DirecTV alleging it has denied life insurance benefits to the father of a former employee has been removed to federal court.
WAYNE – A Wayne man is suing DirecTV after he claims it denied the life insurance benefits he and his wife should have received after the death of their daughter.
HUNTINGTON – A Cabell County attorney and his wife are suing JPMorgan Chase Bank after they claim it wrongfully charged them more than $60,000 and refused to remove the fraudulent charge.
WAYNE – The parents of a 6-year-old are suing the Wayne County Board of Education after they claim their daughter was injured while attending school. Aubrey Rutherford was 6 years old and a student at Kellogg Elementary when she was injured at school, according to a complaint filed in Wayne Circuit Court. Jessica Lorin Rutherford and Dustin Rutherford claim their daughter was unsupervised in a grassy area behind the teacher parking lot, where she and other unsupervised children were playing wi
HUNTINGTON – A man is suing Wal-Mart Stores Inc. after he claims he was injured when he slipped and fell in the store. On May 6, 2014, Joshua Cremeans was in Wal-Mart when he slipped on fabric softener left on the floor of the store and was injured, according to a complaint filed in Cabell Circuit Court and removed to federal court Oct. 9. Cremeans claims the store had a duty of care to keep the premises in a reasonably safe condition. Wal-Mart breached its duty by allowing the dangerous cond