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Lewisburg man awarded $700,000 for injuries from shooting

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 16, 2018

LEWISBURG – A Lewisburg man was awarded more than $700,000 in Greenbrier Circuit Court for injuries sustained when he was shot by a neighbor.

Tu says work as associate WVU Law dean means he can 'provide resources needed'

By Kyla Asbury | Jul 16, 2018

MORGANTOWN – Two professors at West Virginia University's recently were appointed to three-year terms as associate deans for the College of Law.

Putnam Chiropractic Center alleged to owe more than $75,000 to chiropractor

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Jul 16, 2018

WINFIELD – A Putnam County chiropractor alleges a Hurricane entity defaulted on a note.

Son files wrongful death suit against Mercer Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Jul 16, 2018

PRINCETON – A Princeton man alleges a Bluefield nursing home's negligence contributed to his mother's death.

Dunbar residents claim Moses C&O Chevrolet sold them defective vehicle

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Jul 16, 2018

CHARLESTON – A Dunbar couple alleges that a St. Albans auto dealership sold them a defective vehicle.

Midland Credit allegedly contacted unrelated parties about woman's alleged debt

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Jul 16, 2018

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.

Motorist alleges McClanahan Construction failed to warn of ditch that damaged vehicle

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 16, 2018

CHARLESTON – A Charleston woman alleges a construction company failed to place warning signs near a ditch that damaged her vehicle.

FARMER CLINE & CAMPBELL PLLC: Report predicts gradual effect of driverless cars on insurance

By Press release submission | Jul 15, 2018

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.

BAILEY & GLASSER: Ford 6.7 Diesel Lawsuit claims emissions systems illegal

By Press release submission | Jul 15, 2018

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.

Black man says he was fired on first day of work at Alford Home Solutions

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 13, 2018

CHARLESTON – A black man alleges he was terminated without any reason or justification from his job.

Woman says she was hit by driver as she exited Ohio Co. school bus

By Bree Gonzales | Jul 13, 2018

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.

Estate blames CAMC's negligence for woman's death

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 13, 2018

CHARLESTON – An estate administrator alleges her decedent's death was caused by the negligence of a physician employed by a Charleston medical facility.

Couple claims Thornhill Superstore misrepresented value of vehicle

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 13, 2018

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.

Former employee files pregnancy discrimination suit against Total Renal Care

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 13, 2018

CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman alleges she was terminated by her employer because of her pregnancy.

Former Kirby employee alleges leg injury led to termination

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 13, 2018

HUNTINGTON – A Cabell County man alleges that he was terminated from his job with a barge operator because of a perceived disability.

Ridgetop Capital claims it owns oil, gas rights of Wetzel Co. property, not Antero Resources

By Bree Gonzales | Jul 13, 2018

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.

Eclectics alleges building owners failed to remedy roof leak that damaged property

By Philip Gonzales | Jul 13, 2018

CHARLESTON – A limited liability company alleges a leak in the roof of a property it rented caused damage to its commercial property.

Supreme Court says impeachment proceedings are a 'fishing expedition'

By Chris Dickerson | Jul 13, 2018

CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court’s interim administrative director says the impeachment proceedings being conducted by the Legislature is “a full-fledged fishing expedition.”

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