POINT PLEASANT – Despite confusion on the status of the lawsuit he filed, a Mason County physician says he's excited to know that at least one aspect of his quest for justice against a Point Pleasant attorney is going forward.
News from August 2006
McGraw CHARLESTON - State Attorney General Darrell McGraw is suing a Panama-based cigarette company for a second time, claiming it has not paid the proper taxes to the state.
CHARLESTON – A conditional suspension given to a Kanawha County attorney last year was not the first time he faced a reprimand or cited health reasons for his misconduct.
Putnam General Hospital HURRICANE – Putnam General Hospital officials announced Tuesday that all inpatient services will end at the end of the month, and they placed the blame on trial lawyers.
MOUNDSVILLE - A Moundsville woman says McDonald's Corp. is to blame for her slipping on a patch of ice.
Rockspring's Camp Creek mine in Wayne County. WAYNE - A roof bolter operator says he was injured during an April on-the-job incident and is suing the mining company for damages.
WINFIELD -- A woman says her former landlords wrongly took possession of her rental home, barn and personal property, including horses.
WHEELING - An Ohio-based concrete supplier is suing four businesses, including Lowe's Home Centers, claiming they owe almost $300,000.
WHEELING - An Ohio County man is accusing his former employer of advising other individuals not to work with him.
CHARLESTON -- Gerald Riskin, a legal consultant with Edge International, believes branding is a license to burn money.
Atkins MORGANTOWN -- Bowles Rice is pleased to announce that Billy Atkins and Rebecca J. Oblak have joined the firm as partners in the Morgantown office.
Cohen CHARLESTON -- Whenever there are winners and losers, the margin between victory and defeat always can be measured.
CHARLESTON -- The August 2006 report reflects progress in the state's economic development efforts during the past month, with projects and related announcements that will assist with the creation of as many as 800 new jobs and the preservation of a significant number of existing jobs.
Ketchum HUNTINGTON -– West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin has reappointed three members of Marshall University's Board of Governors to four-year terms.
MORGANTOWN -- Today's workloads means more and more professionals are seeking cyberspace as an avenue to further their education.
CHARLESTON - A Dunbar woman has filed a civil lawsuit against the man who pled no contest to criminal charges of spying on her and the owners of her apartment building.
MARTINSBURG - A Hedgesville woman is claiming the Eastern Panhandle's foremost authority on ghosts tricked her into thinking she was a psychiatrist and doctor.
CHARLESTON – Fifteen Martinsburg firefighters who sued the city because they thought they could not pursue workers' compensation claims found out they should have applied for workers' comp after all.
CHARLESTON – Anyone who has taken direction from four bosses at once knows how Harrison County Circuit Judge James Matish feels.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County couple says their boat, "The Iron Duke," was improperly taken from them as a method of settling a Kanawha County magistrate's judgment.