LEWISBURG – A Lewisburg man was awarded more than $700,000 in Greenbrier Circuit Court for injuries sustained when he was shot by a neighbor.
MORGANTOWN – Two professors at West Virginia University's recently were appointed to three-year terms as associate deans for the College of Law.
WINFIELD – A Putnam County chiropractor alleges a Hurricane entity defaulted on a note.
PRINCETON – A Princeton man alleges a Bluefield nursing home's negligence contributed to his mother's death.
CHARLESTON – A Dunbar couple alleges that a St. Albans auto dealership sold them a defective vehicle.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County consumer alleges that a debt collector is unlawfully contacting her and family members for the purpose of harassing and coercing payments on an alleged debt.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston woman alleges a construction company failed to place warning signs near a ditch that damaged her vehicle.
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West Virginia residents may be familiar with some of the predictions that have been made about the future of auto insurance in an age of driverless cars.
A Ford 6.7-liter diesel lawsuit alleges the trucks are equipped with emissions “defeat devices” that cheat federal and state nitrogen oxide emissions tests.
CHARLESTON – A black man alleges he was terminated without any reason or justification from his job.
A Marshall County nursing provider and her spouse are suing a local driver who allegedly ran her over as she stepped off a school bus.
LOGAN – A Chapmanville auto dealer is alleged to have misrepresented the value of a vehicle to a Davin couple and charged illegal and improper fees.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman alleges she was terminated by her employer because of her pregnancy.
HUNTINGTON – A Cabell County man alleges that he was terminated from his job with a barge operator because of a perceived disability.
WHEELING – A limited liability partnership is seeking declaration from a court regarding who is the proper owner of oil and gas rights on a Wetzel County property.
CHARLESTON – A limited liability company alleges a leak in the roof of a property it rented caused damage to its commercial property.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court’s interim administrative director says the impeachment proceedings being conducted by the Legislature is “a full-fledged fishing expedition.”