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Ex-cop says injury claim cost him his job

By Robert Hadley | May 24, 2016

BECKLEY – A Raleigh County man says he was forced to resign from the Mabscott Police Department after trying to file a workers' compensation claim for an injury he suffered during training.

Woman says water company got her fired from her job

By Chris Dickerson | Jul 8, 2014

CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman claims West Virginia-American Water Company conspired to have her fired from her insurance job.

Kanawha Co. may file complaint with state Bar over former prosecutor

By Kyla Asbury | Apr 21, 2011

Clifford CHARLESTON – The Kanawha County commissioners may file a complaint with the West Virginia State Bar over a former county prosecutor who is now representing a private client in a claim against Kanawha County.

PERSONNEL FILE: Smith joins Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso

By The West Virginia Record | Dec 8, 2010

Smith CHARLESTON -- Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso is pleased to announce that John Andrew "Jack" Smith has joined the firm's Charleston office.

Paving companies sue over projects

By Justin Anderson | Apr 2, 2009

CHARLESTON – Two paving companies are suing a Kentucky-based construction firm over unpaid invoices for work the companies did on two state projects.

McGraw part of AG group settling with insurance broker

By John O'Brien | Jan 6, 2009

McGraw CHARLESTON, W.Va. - West Virginia' Darrell McGraw and eight other state attorneys general settled with insurance broker Marsh & McLennan on Monday, resolving four-year-old allegations of bid-rigging for a collective $7 million.

Insurers showing interest in WV work comp arena

By Steve Korris | Sep 20, 2007

CHARLESTON - Travelers Insurance has stepped forward as the first company to accept West Virginia's invitation to compete for workers compensation insurance premiums.

St. Paul executive says company didn't cheat W.Va. doctors

By Steve Korris | Jan 19, 2006

CHARLESTON – Jay Fishman, chief executive officer of St. Paul Travelers insurance, swore to a Kanawha County jury that his company did not cheat West Virginia doctors out of millions of dollars when it stopped selling medical malpractice insurance.

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