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Woman alleges injuries from Huntington auto accident with uninsured driver

HUNTINGTON – A motorist is seeking damages after a collision in Huntington with an uninsured driver.

Barboursville Kroger shopper alleges liquid on floor caused fall

HUNTINGTON – A Cabell County woman alleges she was injured while shopping at the Kroger in Barboursville because of liquid on the floor.

Emergency Site Protection driver alleged to have drove while distracted before Buckhannon crash

MOUNDSVILLE – Two Buckhannon individuals allege a distracted ambulance driver caused a crash in Buckhannon that injured them.

Glen Dale property owners allege insurer breached contract with denial of heating oil spill claim

MOUNDSVILLE – The owners of a Glen Dale property are seeking coverage from their insurer after their home and business were allegedly damaged by a home heating oil spill.

Summerville man alleges Raleigh General Hospital negligent discharged him after hernia surgery

BECKLEY – A Summersville couple has filed a negligence suit against Raleigh General Hospital and others over alleged injuries the husband sustained after a surgery.

The war on coal ain't over 'til it's over

It was a happy day in mining country last fall when Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt announced that the Trump Administration would scrap the EPA's Clean Power Plan (CPP) and the onerous emission standards purposefully designed to shutdown the coal industry.

Success and accomplishment in Year One

CHARLESTON – On January 16, 2017, I was honored to take the oath of office as the 30th Secretary of State of West Virginia. Through my first year, we worked to improve customer services and operational efficiencies in every Division. The good news is we did it – and we will continue to do it every day I’m in office.

Intermediate appeals court bill introduced in state Senate

CHARLESTON – A bill to create an intermediate court of appeals in West Virginia has been introduced again in the state Senate.

Parties in hospital merger Supreme Court case ask to dismiss cases

CHARLESTON – Oral arguments were to be heard today at the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in two cases involving the merger between Cabell Huntington Hospital and St. Mary’s Medical Center. In the hours before court began, the parties in the cases asked for dismissal of the cases.

Lawsuit filed over interstate crash

HUNTINGTON – A lawsuit was filed over a crash off of Interstate 64 where a vehicle fell approximately 100 feet over a bridge and the driver of the vehicle was killed.

Couple sues D&M Used Auto Sales for car accident

LOGAN – A couple is suing D&M Used Auto Sales for injuries they suffered from a car accident.

Man sues CONSOL Energy for work injuries

CHARLESTON – A man is suing CONSOL Energy for injuries he suffered while working.

Man sues Genesis Healthcare for mother’s death

CHARLESTON – A man is suing Genesis Healthcare after he claims the nursing home was negligent and caused the death of his mother.

Man sues Genesis Healthcare for nursing home negligence

CHARLESTON – A man is suing Genesis Healthcare after he claims they were negligent during his stay at Marmet Center.

Underground gas storage is promising for state, official says

CHARLESTON – The president of the West Virginia Manufacturers Association says a proposed underground storage facility for natural gas liquids and intermediates “allows West Virginia and the region to take full advantage of natural gas resources.”

UN investigator meets with WVU professors to discuss poverty issues as part of US tour

MORGANTOWN – A United Nations investigator recently visited West Virginia University to hear about issues related to poverty and met with four law school professors to discuss a variety of related topics.

West Virginia Bar launches IOLTA database and new app

CHARLESTON – West Virginia State Bar Executive Director Anita Casey said easy access to information is important.

Judge upholds arbitration ruling against Charleston Gazette-Mail

CHARLESTON – A federal judge upheld a $3.8 million arbitration ruling against The Charleston Gazette-Mail.

Supreme Court says DMV employee should receive 20 percent disability

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has issued a decision, ruling that an employee for the West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles should receive a 20 percent permanent partial disability award.

Five more lawsuits filed against Bizzack Construction for property damages

LOGAN – Five more lawsuits have been filed against Bizzack Construction for property damages from highway construction.