CHARLESTON — Charleston is suing a city business, alleging failure to pay more than $28,000.
City of Charleston News
CHARLESTON – A woman who purchased a home in Elkview says an allegedly inadequate home inspection and appraisal failed to disclose toxic mold.
CHARLESTON – Charleston officials are planning to settle a lawsuit filed last year by homeless people living in a makeshift “Tent City” in below-freezing temperatures who alleged their possessions were trashed.
CHARLESTON – The Charleston Police Department has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit against its officers for excessive force. Attorneys Paul Ellis and Michael Mullens are representing two unidentified Charleston police officers who were accused of excessive force and racial profiling of a 15-year-old and his young cousin in February. The attorneys filed the motion to dismiss on June 30 in Kanawha Circuit Court.
The City of Charleston is suing Fog Inc., Hanan Ghannam and Mouafak Ghannam, citing alleged violation of federal law.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing the City of Charleston and its police department after she claims unknown officers illegally arrested her son and caused him injury.
CHARLESTON – Kelly Paving has been dismissed from the antitrust lawsuit filed by the City of Charleston alleging it and other asphalt and paving companies created a monopoly on the industry in West Virginia.
CHARLESTON – Newly seated Charleston City Councilman Charles R. "Rusty" Webb could be in only one place on Jan. 20.
CHARLESTON – A motorist alleges he was injured in an accident with a Charleston police officer.
CHARLESTON – A motion to transfer and consolidate all related cases has been filed so that the seven lawsuits against West Virginia Paving will be in Kanawha Circuit Court.
CHARLESTON – The scheduling order has been filed, giving a trial date for a lawsuit involving the City of Charleston and Ohio Valley Spray Foam Inc. The trial has been set for Nov. 29, according to a scheduling order.
CHARLESTON – A man is suing the Charleston Police Department after he claims an officer used excessive force on him and caused him injuries.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has reversed Kanawha Circuit Judge Tod J. Kaufman’s dismissal of a lawsuit filed against the Charleston Sanitary Board. J.F. Allen was seeking reversal of the Kanawha Circuit Court’s order, contending that it alleged sufficient facts in its amended complaint, that if considered as true, would entitle it to relief.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston woman is suing the city after she fell at the Civic Center during a basketball game and broke her wrist. Mary and John Fox filed the complaint in Kanawha Circuit Court against the City of Charleston, which owns and operates the Charleston Civic Center.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing the City of Charleston after she claims it is responsible for damages that occurred to her personal property.
CHARLESTON – A handful of lawsuits were filed Friday related to 2014’s Elk River Chemical Spill. Saturday, Jan. 9, was the two-year anniversary of the incident that left about 300,000 residents without access to tap water for nine days.
CHARLESTON – A well-known Charleston photographer and architect claims government officials have violated his rights and conspired against him. Henry “Ted” Elden Jr. filed his complaint in Kanawha Circuit Court against Corporal C.J.
CHARLESTON – A petition to remove Charleston Mayor Danny Jones from office quickly was dismissed Monday. Janet “J.T.” Thompson, who ran against Jones in the municipal election earlier this year, filed the petition just after Jones was sworn in for his fourth term as West Virginia’s largest city.