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  • Former Aramark employee says manager sexually harassed, discriminated against her

    BLUEFIELD – A former Aramark Uniform employee is suing the company, claiming she was subjected to sexual harassment by her former general manager.

  • Wal-Mart slip-and-fall case removed to federal court

    CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Wal-mart Stores East LP after she claims she slipped and fell in one of its stores and was injured.

  • Woman sues Wal-mart for slip and fall

    BECKLEY – A woman is suing Wal-mart Stores after she claims she slipped and fell on the floor in one of its stores.

  • Couple sues Wal-mart for injuries sustained at Lewisburg store

    BECKLEY – A couple is suing Wal-mart Stores East after they claim it was negligent and caused injuries.

  • Wyoming Co. man accuses Wal-mart, law office of defamation, seeks $6.8 million

    PINEVILLE – A New Richmond man is suing Wal-mart Stores Eat LP and law office MacCorkle Lavender after he claims they defamed his character.

  • Couple blames Horn’s Express for car wreck

    CHARLESTON – A couple is suing Horn’s Express after they claim one of its employees was responsible for a car wreck that caused them injuries and damages.

  • Woman accuses West Tenampa Mexican Restaurant of harassment, discrimination

    CHARLESTON – A woman is suing West Tenampa Mexican Restaurant Inc. after she claims she was discriminated against and sexually harassed by employees and management.

  • Kanawha Co. jury awards $500,000 to injured motorcyclist trial

    CHARLESTON – The jury in a trial involving a lumber spill on Corridor G awarded $500,000 to the motorcyclist who was injured in the incident.

  • State says it's not at fault in Welcome Center death lawsuit

    KINGWOOD – The state filed its answer to a lawsuit against it and says it is not at fault for the death of a Maryland man who died after suffering an injury at the Interstate 68 Welcome Center.

  • Wal-mart sliced Achilles' case settled, dismissed

    HUNTINGTON – A lawsuit against Wal-mart for an Achilles’ tendon injury has been dismissed from federal court. The lawsuit was dismissed on Jan. 12 by District Judge Robert C. Chambers after the plaintiff, Jennifer Bradshaw, and Wal-mart resolved all issues involved in the complaint and moved to have the lawsuit dismissed. The lawsuit was dismissed with prejudice.

  • Wal-Mart moves chips-and-salsa display case to federal court

    CHARLESTON – A suit in which a man blames Wal-Mart, PepsiCo and Frito-Lay for injuries after an incident involving an in-store display of chips and salsa is headed to federal court. On Feb. 2, 2013, Arthur Buckalew was a patron lawfully walking along the premises near inside fixture displays of various merchandise, including Tostito’s corn chips and salsa, according to a complaint filed Jan. 27 in Kanawha Circuit Court. Wal-Mart filed to have it removed to federal court on Feb. 29.

  • Man blames Elite Coal for work injuries, termination

    CHARLESTON – A man is suing Elite Coal Services after he claims he suffered injuries while working and was wrongfully terminated from his employment. Joshua Hatfield was employed by Elite as an underground coal miner earning approximately $21.50 per hour and was terminated from his employment on Aug. 29, according to a complaint filed in Boone Circuit Court and removed to federal court. Hatfield claims on Aug. 22, during the course and scope of his employment, he was working with a move crew f

  • Wal-Mart removes parking lot injury suit to federal court

    HUNTINGTON – A lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. for injuries sustained in a parking lot has been removed to federal court. The notice of removal states that the plaintiffs and the defendant are citizens of different states and, although the plaintiffs did not specifically please an amount of damages, it is "facially apparent" from the complaint that the plaintiffs seek damages in excess of $75,000, according to the Nov. 9 notice of removal, which was filed in the U.S.

  • Man says he was injured in slip-and-fall at Cabell Co. Wal-Mart store

    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

  • Country club seeks to have racial discrimination suit dismissed

    CLARKSBURG – A Preston County country club says a racial harassment and discrimination lawsuit against it should be dismissed. Preston County Country Club filed a motion last week to have a civil lawsuit filed against it by Jason Goines removed to federal court.