West Virginia Record

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Dittmar, Taylor and Makricostas

Recent News About Dittmar, Taylor and Makricostas View More

  • Injured motorist alleges State Farm failed to provide proper compensation

    NEW CUMBERLAND — A Weirton motorist is suing State Farm, alleging negligence and breach of contract.

  • Damages sought from allegedly intoxicated driver involved in fatal wrong-way crash on I-77

    BECKLEY – The administrator of the estates of two Ohio residents and another Ohio man are seeking damages from an allegedly intoxicated driver involved in a fatal wrong-way collision on Interstate 77 in Raleigh County.

  • Mother blames Hancock County business for son's fall from roof

    NEW CUMBERLAND — A mother and child are suing a Hancock County business, alleging negligence caused injuries to the son.

  • Construction company re-files lawsuit against WVU BOG

    MORGANTOWN – Accelerated Construction Services has re-filed its lawsuit against West Virginia University Board of Governors after the previous one was dismissed. Accelerated Construction Services filed a complaint in Monongalia Circuit Court in December against WVU BOG and the lawsuit was dismissed due to a legal technicality, as state code requires those filing suit to provide 30 days notice before suing a state entity.

  • Construction firm sues WVU over bid process

    MORGANTOWN – Accelerated Construction Services LLC is suing West Virginia University after it claims it has failed to submit projects for competitive bidding. West Virginia University Board of Governors was also named as a defendant in the suit. ACS claims WVU has engaged in a patterns and practice of injecting itself into activities generally reserved for private industry, such as building mixed-use, commercial, residential properties and generally providing landlord services to entities with