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Order says conflict of interest exists between attorneys in criminal case

By Kyla Asbury | Sep 26, 2018

BECKLEY — An order was filed regarding a potential conflict of interest of an attorney in a criminal case against Dr. William Earley.

FLAHERTY SENSABAUGH BONASSO PLLC: Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso Attorneys Recognized by The Best Lawyers in America© 2019

By Press release submission | Aug 24, 2018

Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso PLLC is proud to announce that 22 of the firm’s attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Woman blames Eldercare of Jackson County for father’s death

By From staff reports | Mar 19, 2018

CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Eldercare of Jackson County after she claims it is responsible for her father’s death.

WW Consultants alleges it is owed more than $950,000 for Pocahontas County project

By Philip Gonzales | Mar 16, 2018

CHARLESTON – An engineering corporation alleges it was not compensated for its work on a Pocahontas County project.

EQT Production alleged to have improperly calculated royalties

By Philip Gonzales | Mar 9, 2018

FAYETTEVILLE – A Fayetteville owner of 11 parcels of oil, gas and minerals rights alleges a well operator has improperly calculated royalties.

Plateau Printing & Office Supplies alleged to owe more than $280,000 for loan

By Lhalie Castillo | Feb 21, 2018

FAYETTEVILLE – A financial institution alleges a terminated Fayette County limited liability company failed to repay a loan in full.

Flaherty managing member says new management structure 'more closely resembles that of our clients'

By Carrie Salls | Feb 16, 2018

CHARLESTON – Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso Managing Member Michael Bonasso said his firm’s recent change to a management structure that includes appointment of a chief executive officer “more closely resembles that of our clients.”

Man sues after he slipped and fell on sand at Lowe's

By From staff reports | Jan 29, 2018

WHEELING – A man is suing Lowe’s Home Centers after he claims he was injured due to sand on the floor of its Wheeling store.

W.Va. liability law passes first test in federal opioid cases

By The West Virginia Record | Sep 25, 2017

CHARLESTON – West Virginia’s liability law has passed its first test by allowing defendants in opioid epidemic suits to spread blame. The new law gives defendants 180 days to identify possibly responsible parties that plaintiffs didn’t sue. Those other parties will pay nothing on a jury verdict, but their share of liability will reduce the damages defendants must pay.

Two drug distribution lawsuits removed to federal court

By Kyla Asbury | Aug 8, 2017

CHARLESTON – Lawsuits filed by Chapmanville Mayor Raaimie Barker and the Mercer County Commission against the West Virginia Board of Pharmacy and multiple drug distributors have been removed to federal court.

Man claims Cabot Oil & Gas negligently maintained pipeline

By Kyla Asbury | Aug 8, 2017

CHARLESTON – A man is suing Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation after he claims it has negligently maintained a pipeline that runs along his property.

Judge grants order to set aside entry of default in Paige-Hunter Properties lawsuit

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 27, 2017

CHARLESTON – A judge has granted a motion to set aside entry of default judgment in a lawsuit against PD Enterprises after a clerical error caused the court summons to be served to a defunct business.

Gary's Body Shop alleged to owe insurance company for corrective repairs

By Wadi Reformado | Jul 24, 2017

WHEELING – An insurance company alleges it is owed reimbursement from an individual and Triadelphia body shop over corrective repairs to its customer's vehicles.

Property company files two motions in deed dispute lawsuit

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 10, 2017

CHARLESTON – Paige-Hunter Properties has filed two motions in a lawsuit alleging it and others deprived an elderly couple of their property.

Kanawha County Clerk wants property lawsuit dismissed

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 7, 2017

CHARLESTON – Kanawha County Clerk Vera McCormick is seeking to have a lawsuit dismissed that alleges deprivation of property. McCormick filed her motion to dismiss July 5, claiming that she was not properly served court documents and summons.

Supreme Court remands sexual abuse lawsuit back to state court

By Kyla Asbury | Jun 22, 2017

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has remanded a sexual abuse lawsuit back to state court. Nine minors and their parents brought suit against the Corporation of the President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Corporation of The Presiding Bishop of the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints, Steven Grow, Don Fishel, Christopher Michael Jensen, Christopher Jensen, Sandralee Jensen and Unnamed Defendant-1 alleging negligence claims, fraud, intentional infliction of emotional distress, assault, battery and civil conspiracy related to, arise from and resulting in Jensen’s known and alleged sexual abuse of the minor plaintiffs, according to a June 14 opinion.

Aircraft engine price gouging lawsuit removed to federal court

By Kyla Asbury | Jun 8, 2017

BECKLEY – A lawsuit against Continental Motors alleging price gouging has been removed to federal court.

Man claims his steel-toe boots didn't have steel toes

By Kyla Asbury | May 26, 2017

CLARKSBURG – A man is suing Wolverine World Wide and Caterpillar Inc. after he claims the steel-toe boots he purchased were defective and did not contain steel toes.

BB&T sues chiropractor for failure to pay debt

By Kyla Asbury | Apr 21, 2017

BECKLEY – Branch Banking & Trust Company is suing Boggs Chiropractic Center for failing to pay a debt.

Man accuses Citimortgage of predatory lending practices

By Kyla Asbury | Mar 15, 2017

CHARLESTON – A man is suing Citimortgage after he claims its actions constituted predatory lending practices.

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