Putnam Circuit Court

12093 Winfield Road
Winfield, WV - 25213

Putnam Circuit Court News

Independent contractor alleges Tri-State Biotech Solutions failed to pay on time

WINFIELD – A Putnam County resident alleges she was not timely paid commissions for her work.

Former Ace Truck of West Virginia employee alleges age discrimination

WINFIELD – A Putnam County company is alleged to have terminated an employee because of his age.

Motorist seeks damages after collision with Ace Pipeline employee in Hurricane

WINFIELD – A Hurricane man alleges he was injured when an employee of a pipeline company collided with his vehicle.

Couple alleges Select Portfolio Servicing Inc. filed erroneous credit reports

WINFIELD – A Putnam County couple allege that they have been damaged as a result of a loan servicer's actions.

Former Merry X-Ray Chemical employee files suit over termination

WINFIELD – A man alleges he was subjected to retaliatory discharge by his Putnam County employer after he filed a claim for workers' compensation benefits.

Putnam Co. man accuses nephews of illegal timber harvesting from property

WINFIELD – A Hurricane man alleges his nephews illegally removed timber from a property he has a share in without his permission.

Chemical operator accuses former employer of unlawful termination

WINFIELD — A Kanawha County man chemical operator is suing his former employer, alleging disability discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.

Time to stop acting like ninnies

“My heavens!” was our reaction upon learning that a fifth grade boy and his guardian recently filed suit in Putnam Circuit Court against the Putnam County Board of Education for failing to prevent him from injuring his finger while playing football during recess on school grounds at Eastbrook Elementary School a year and a half ago.

Cabell County couple alleges insurance company breached contract

WINFIELD — A Cabell County couple is suing an insurance company, alleging breach of contractual duty.

Eastbrook Elementary student, guardian file suit over playground injury

WINFIELD – A minor student and his guardian have filed suit against a county school board after the student was injured during recess.

Kanawha Valley Advertising Co. alleges it is owed more than $1,900

WINFIELD – A Putnam County business alleges that it was not paid in full for its services by a Mason County funeral home.

Claxton Smith & Sons Concrete Co. alleges it is owed more than $16,000 for materials

WINFIELD – A construction company is alleged to have failed to pay for goods.

Beckley doctor allegedly owes more than $250,000 on notes

WINFIELD – A Beckley physician is alleged to have defaulted on two promissory notes.

Motorist seeks benefits from Westfield Insurance for crash damages

WINFIELD – A Putnam County woman alleges her insurer owes her underinsured motorist benefits after a collision.

Woman alleges Mountain State Oral and Facial Surgery wrongfully terminated her

WINFIELD – A Kanawha County woman alleges she was terminated by her Putnam County employer because she missed work due to medical reasons.

Former Sheetz employee says he was wrongfully denied disability benefits

WINFIELD – A Scott Depot man formerly employed by Sheetz Inc. alleges he was wrongfully denied disability benefits.

Life insurance beneficiary seeks allegedly unpaid benefits from Globe Life and Accident Insurance

WINFIELD – A Hometown resident alleges that her insurer wrongfully denied her benefits from a life insurance policy.

Lawsuit filed against law office for failure to pay for services

WINFIELD – A lawsuit has been filed against The Law Office of G. Wayne Van Bibber for failure to repay more than $3,000 for goods and services.

Ditech alleges Putnam County deed was erroneously released

WINFIELD – An Arizona financial company is seeking declaratory judgment regarding the deed of a Nitro property.

Consumer claims Accounts Receivable Management Services makes false threats in collection letters

PUTNAM – A Winfield woman has filed a class action claiming that a debt collector engaged in abusive collection practices.