CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County woman is suing a drug manufacturer and distributor, alleging negligence and breach of warranties.
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CHARLESTON — A mother and her daughter are suing a nursing care facility, citing alleged battery, negligence and reckless hiring, training and supervision.
BECKLEY — A patient is suing Beckley Health Right, a physician and a nurse practitioner alleging negligence.
CHARLESTON – A former investigator for the secretary of state alleges his age and political affiliation were factors in his unlawful termination.
CHARLESTON – Two more former employees are suing the West Virginia Secretary of State’s office after they claim their employment was wrongfully terminated.
HUNTINGTON – A Kermit man alleges that his ankle fracture was not properly treated by a Huntington physician.
BECKLEY — A Raleigh County man is suing a Virginia trucking company, alleging its driver caused a crash that injured the plaintiff.
BECKLEY – A settlement agreement has been reached in the more than 80 lawsuits alleging unnecessary cardiac procedures occurred at Raleigh General Hospital.
CHARLESTON – After almost 90 minutes of questions and answers before the Kanawha County Commission on Feb. 2, Charleston attorney Ben Salango was chosen as former Commissioner Dave Hardy’s replacement until December 2018.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing New River Electrical Corporation after she claims she was injured in a car accident because of one of the company’s drivers.
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.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston man is suing Lafta General Services Inc. for the death of his son.
WAYNE – A Fort Gay man is suing Bloss & Dillard Inc. after he claims it negligently included a certain endorsement in his policy.
CHARLESTON – A 25-year-old woman is suing Dr. Steven R. Matulis after she claims he sexually assaulted her during a procedure. Charleston Gastroenterology Associates was also named as a defendant in the suit. On Feb. 16, T.W. presented to Charleston Area Medical Center for a colonoscopy procedure to be performed by Matulis and immediately before the procedure, she was administered a short-acting anesthetic Propofol and was rendered unconscious, according to a complaint filed April 5 in Kanawha