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.
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CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman claims West Virginia-American Water Company conspired to have her fired from her insurance job.
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.
Smith CHARLESTON -- Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso is pleased to announce that John Andrew "Jack" Smith has joined the firm's Charleston office.
CHARLESTON – Two paving companies are suing a Kentucky-based construction firm over unpaid invoices for work the companies did on two state projects.
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.
CHARLESTON - Travelers Insurance has stepped forward as the first company to accept West Virginia's invitation to compete for workers compensation insurance premiums.
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.