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Customer sues Kroger store operators

Costumer sue grocery store operatorsHUNTINGTON — A costumer are suing Kroger Limited Partnership I, The Kroger Co., et al, grocery store operators, citing alleged insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries.Kathy Cline and Timothy Cline filed a complaint on Feb. 2, in the Fayette Circuit Court against the defendants alleging that they breached their duties to ensure their costumers safety.According to the complaint, the plaintiffs allege that, in Feb. 6, 2016, Kathy Cline and Timothy Cline were lawfully upon defendants' grocery store when Kathy Cline was injured when she tripped over a package of kindling woof on the walkway.

UPDATE: W.Va. SOS has questions about probe of Davis' 2012 contributions

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Secretary of State’s office is questioning how the Kanawha County Prosecutor’s Office handled an investigation into some campaign contributions to Justice Robin Jean Davis’s 2012 re-election campaign.

Woman sues Central Transport for discrimination

CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Central Transport LLC after she claims it discriminated against her based on her sex.

PcW faces blame for being lied to

“And the Academy Award for Best Picture goes to La La Land! Uh, wait a minute, not La La Land, Moonlight! The Best Picture award goes to Moonlight. Sorry, La La Land.” Whoops! Somebody from PricewaterhouseCoopers gave the wrong envelope to presenter Warren Beatty, co-presenter Faye Dunaway read out the wrong name, and the wrong actors and filmmakers took the stage to accept an award that wasn't meant for them – only to be told moments later on live television that a mistake had been made and they had to turn over their golden statues to the rightful recipients.

Ruby Tuesday lawsuit remanded back to state court

CLARKSBURG – A lawsuit against Ruby Tuesday alleging gender discrimination and a hostile work environment has been remanded back to Harrison Circuit Court by U.S. District Judge Irene Keeley.

Superior Marine Ways employee alleges unsafe work environment caused injuries

CHARLESTON – A Jones Act seaman residing in Ohio alleges he is owed maintenance and cure benefits after a fall while working on a towing vessel on the Kanawha River near Charleston.

West Virginia's latest epidemic: opioid lawsuits

West Virginians first had to face the epidemic of addiction to opioids. Now there’s an epidemic of opioid lawsuits. Who's responsible for the first epidemic, in addition to the drug abusers, is subject to dispute. The ones responsible for the second epidemic are known.

Huntington firm leading group filing opioid cases across the country

HUNTINGTON – A Huntington-based firm is leading a legal team that recently has filed nearly a dozen federal lawsuits on behalf of government agencies from Ohio and Alabama against drug companies for their alleged role in the opioid epidemic.

Couple accuses Real Time Solutions, US Bank of predatory lending

BECKLEY – A Prosperity couple is accusing their mortgage loan servicer and holder of predatory lending practices.

Oil, gas rights owner alleges successor lessee

NEW MARTINSVILLE — An oil and gas rights owner is suing a Texas company, alleging breach of lease agreement.

Bank accuses JP Morgan Chase of breaching agreement

BECKLEY — A bank is suing JP Morgan Chase, alleging breach of loan agreement.

USAA Insurance allegedly breached contract by denying claim

A West Virginia man is suing USAA Casualty Insurance Company for alleged breach of contract.

Couple sues companies for allegedly retaining costs on royalty checks

A couple is suing SWN Production Company and Statoil USA Onshore Properties Inc., for alleged breach of contract.

Three pipeline inspectors allege employer failed to pay overtime

CLARKSBURG — Three pipeline inspectors are suing a Houston energy company, alleging violation of workers compensation acts in failing to pay overtime.

Woman sues Oldcastle Materials for discrimination

CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Oldcastle Materials after she claims it discriminated against her.

Budget cuts threaten to slam courthouse doors on many West Virginians

HUNTINGTON – When ordinary Americans need help with life’s big problems, the Legal Services Corporation is there. But its survival is threatened. That’s why it needs help from every resident of West Virginia. What does the LSC do to protect low-income individuals and families who can’t afford a lawyer? Here’s a recent story from Kanawha County.

Maryland trucking company blamed for fatal crash

ELKINS — A Texas man is suing a trucking company, alleging its negligence caused a fatal crash.

Couple blames multiple businesses for husband's injuries

PINEVILLE — A Wyoming County couple is suing three companies, alleging negligence led to injuries for the husband.

Woman accuses Ruby Tuesday of discrimination, harassment

CLARKSBURG – A woman is suing Ruby Tuesday after she claims she was discriminated against and harassed.

Man accuses Central Supply Company of West Virginia of discrimination

CLARKSBURG – A Fairmont man is suing Central Supply Company of West Virginia after he claims he was discriminated against and wrongfully terminated.