CHARLESTON — A Charleston insurance company is suing a petroleum business, alleging an unpaid premium of more than $30,000.
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HUNTINGTON — A Huntington farm owner is suing a telecommunications company, alleging trespassing and creating a nuisance.
PRINCETON – A Bluefield company alleges a mining business failed to pay for goods it provided.
PRINCETON – A Bluefield tire supplier alleges a limited liability company failed to pay for goods provided.
HUNTINGTON – A Huntington attorney says the spotlight on sexual harassment or assault accusations suggests that “now is a good time for companies to examine whether they are providing a safe workplace for their employees.”
WHEELING – A judge has granted in part and denied in part a motion to dismiss a lawsuit alleging injuries an employee suffered in a car accident.
HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing Bojangles after she claims she was injured when she fell at its restaurant in Huntington.
BECKLEY – Three companies owned by Gov. Jim Justice have agreed to settle a lawsuit with BMS CAT for cleaning up and restoring The Greenbrier after last year’s flooding.
HUNTINGTON – The city of Huntington and former officer Joshua Nield have responded to a lawsuit alleging Nield sexually harassed two women while he was working for the Huntington Police Department.
WHEELING – A couple is suing C&J Well Services after they claim it and others are responsible for injuries sustained in a vehicle accident.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing National Casualty Company after she claims it wrongfully declined coverage after she was in a car accident.
KINGWOOD – Two of the defendants in a lawsuit filed by the Preston County Board of Education for breach of contract are asking the circuit judge to dismiss the lawsuit.
WHEELING – A man and his wife are suing Jay-Bee Oil & Gas after they claim two supervisors created a hostile work environment and their actions constituted assault and battery.
BECKLEY – Governor-elect Jim Justice’s companies have filed an answer to BMS CAT’s lawsuit alleging they did not pay for flood restoration and cleanup work that was undertaken at The Greenbrier after the flooding in June.