U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
CHARLESTON – A Belle man is suing Excel Modular Scaffold and Leasing Corporation after he claims he was laid off from work after he was injured.
PARKERSBURG – The litigants in the West Virginia and Ohio class action lawsuit filed the science panel’s final set of reports on Oct. 29 that conclusively link DuPont’s PFOA in drinking water to serious human diseases.
PARKERSBURG – A Charleston attorney has filed three personal injury lawsuits against DuPont on behalf of individuals who lived in Wood County and its surrounding areas following a Science Panel study that established probable links between cancer and other illnesses after exposure to the chemical C8.
CHARLESTON – A Signal Mountain, Tenn., spouse is suing 76 companies for a mesothelioma diagnosis and death.
Deitzler VIENNA - An independent panel of scientists has now linked exposure to PFOA -- a chemical used in making non-stick coatings -- to thyroid disease and ulcerative colitis in humans.
CHARLESTON -- A Walker, W.Va., couple is suing 114 companies they claim are responsible for a lung cancer diagnosis.
CHARLESTON -- A Belpre, Ohio, couple is suing 114 companies they claim are responsible for a lung cancer diagnosis.
Deitzler PARKERSBURG - An independent panel of scientists has linked exposure to PFOA -- a chemical used in making non-stick coatings -- to both kidney and testicular cancer in humans.
CHARLESTON -- An Evans man is suing 59 companies he claims are responsible for his lung cancer.
Deitzler VIENNA -- A panel of scientists has found there is a "probable link" between exposure to a processing aid chemical that DuPont uses and pregnancy-induced hypertension.
CHARLESTON -- The management team of the law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle has announced that it was honored as a 2012 Go-To Law Firm for the Top 500 Companies by ALM, a publisher of multiple regional and national magazines tailored to the legal community.
CHARLESTON -- A Dunbar couple is suing E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Company for work injuries.
Thacker WASHINGTON -- West Virginia attorney Stephanie Thacker touched on her experience as both a prosecutor and private practice attorney while testifying before a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.