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Monday, December 9, 2019

Martin and Seibert LC

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  • Boat crash defendant files answer, counterclaim

    MORGANTOWN – One of the defendants in a lawsuit involving a Memorial Day boat crash has filed an answer and counterclaim. Steven B. Solomon denied he owned the boat in question and denies he owed a duty to the plaintiffs or that he breached any duty owed to them, according to the March 18 answer and counterclaim.

  • Insurer sues Huntington accounting firm for policy issues

    HUNTINGTON – An insurance company is suing Hess, Stewart & Campbell, claiming the accounting firm isn’t due the amount it says it is under a policy. The action involves a dispute as to the extent of any obligation owed by CAMICO Mutual Insurance Company concerning the liability of HSC arising from, related to, or in connection with a criminal scheme perpetrated by an HSC employee for which criminal prosecution is currently pending, according to a complaint filed March 11 in the U.S. District Cou

  • Former employee claims Martinsburg law firm bilked clients

    CHARLESTON – A Martinsburg law office that was raided by the FBI in November now is being named a defendant in a federal lawsuit by a former employee who claims the firm overbilled clients.

  • Progressive Insurance seeks judgment relieving it of responsibility in local accident

    BECKLEY – Progressive Classic Insurance Co. is asking Raleigh Circuit Court to resolve that it is not responsible in a claim involving a Beckley driver and a local auto dealership.