CHARLESTON — A Calhoun County man is suing motor and heavy load carriers, alleging negligence, recklessness and vicarious liability.
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CHARLESTON — A Charleston woman is suing State Farm, alleging breach of an insurance contract.
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In some personal injury cases, one person's negligence clearly caused the injuries, and that person is 100 percent responsible.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County motorist is suing motor carrier operator and driver, alleging insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries.
LOGAN – A couple is suing D&M Used Auto Sales for injuries they suffered from a car accident.
WINFIELD — A Cabell County couple is suing an insurance company, alleging breach of contractual duty.
LOGAN – A woman is suing Tudor’s Biscuit World of Chapmanville after she claims she received second and third degree burns from a deep fryer.
CHARLESTON – A couple is suing Horn’s Express after they claim one of its employees was responsible for a car wreck that caused them injuries and damages.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man alleges he was wrongfully terminated for filing a workers' compensation claim.
HUNTINGTON – A man is suing DSV Express Inc. after he claims it is responsible for a car accident that caused him injury.
CHARLESTON – Beth Walker’s state Supreme Court campaign has responded to an attack ad from personal injury lawyers it says includes “false claims based on misleading evidence.” A political action committee called Just Courts For WV began running television ads earlier this week against Walker, according to documents with the Secretary of State’s office.
CLARKSBURG – A lawsuit against Bob Evans Farms for wrongful termination has been removed to federal court. The plaintiff is a resident of Harrison County and Bob Evans Farms’ principal office is in New Albany, Ohio, according to the Dec. 17 notice of removal. Complete diversity of citizenship exists between the plaintiff and the defendant, the notice of removal states. “Although the complaint does not demand a specific amount of damages, the court ‘may look to the entire record before it and
LOGAN – A Logan County man claims he is entitled to uninsured motorist coverage after a collision with a school bus operated by an allegedly negligent driver.
CHARLESTON – A man is suing Central Transport after he claims it wrongfully terminated his employment and discriminated against him. James Alex Subrick was employed as a truck driver in Dunbar for the defendant. During his employment, he consistently performed his duties in a satisfactory manner and met the reasonable expectations of the defendant, according to a complaint filed Oct. 20 in Kanawha Circuit Court and removed to federal court.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Select Specialty Hospital-Charleston Inc. after she claims her employment was wrongfully terminated. Debbie Dea Basham was hired by the defendant in 2002 and throughout her employment, she performed all her duties in a satisfactory manner, according to a complaint filed Sept. 4 in Kanawha Circuit Court and removed to federal court. Basham claims throughout her employment, she was certified for intermittent leave by the defendant under the Family and Medical Leave
PINEVILLE – A woman is suing a construction equipment supplier and two West Virginia men over injuries she sustained in two vehicle collisions.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County truck driver is suing his former employer claiming he was terminated after being injured on the job.
MORGANTOWN – A man is suing Bob Evans Farms LLC after he claims he was wrongfully terminated from his employment. Rick A. Kirkpatrick was hired by Bob Evans Farms in 1983 and remained with the company for 32 years, working his way up to a management position, according to a complaint filed in Monongalia Circuit Court.
MORGANTOWN – Thirty individuals are suing a woman in their neighborhood for having a chicken coop on her property that they claim is a nuisance. The plaintiffs all own property in the Hopecrest Addition in Morgantown and Tracey Lea Frisch also owns property in the subdivision along with her husband, according to a complaint filed in Monongalia Circuit Court. The plaintiffs claim in 2013, Frisch built a chicken cop and began raising chickens on her property and at times there have also been tur