CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County couple awarded $95,000 in a March 2005 trial say they still haven't seen a cent of it and that the man ordered to pay it is trying to find loopholes around obeying the order.
News from March 2006
CHARLESTON - A random drug test and possibly positive result was a breach of contract, according to a McDowell County man who was fired after S.W. Jack Drilling Company found his urine sample to test positive for opiates.
CHARLESTON - A St. Albans couple is seeking judgment against not only the driver who ran into them, but the insurance company they feel failed to conduct its business properly in the aftermath of a July 2005 wreck.
CHARLESTON - The death of a Kanawha County man has resulted in a South Charleston doctor being accused in a wrongful death suit.
CHARLESTON -- The Academy Awards presentation happens Sunday, but West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse handed out what it called a "Hollywood-style" award Wednesday to a Bridgeport radiologist for his role in what the group says were false diagnoses of thousands of asbestos and silica victims.
MORGANTOWN -- A bank alleges that a Monongalia County woman failed to make payments on a manufactured home.
MORGANTOWN -- Thomas "Thom" Boggs is no stranger to rough seas.
MORGANTOWN -- An insurance company alleges that two Monongalia County construction companies were negligent in extinguishing a fire.
HUNTINGTON – An Ohio construction company is suing Moe's Southwest Grill claiming the restaurant passed bad checks and failed to the pay for the construction of its Pullman Square location.
HUNTINGTON – The parents of five Cabell County middle school students are suing two Cammack Middle School administrators and the Cabell County Board of Education, claiming they negligently accused the children of "butt-raping" another student.
WAYNE – A group of attorneys is suing a Wayne woman for refusal to pay litigation costs.
CHARLESTON – Things looked rosy for attorney William Druckman when a judge awarded him $833,333.33 for serving as a special assistant attorney general, but the money bought him a load of trouble.
CHARLESTON – Chief Deputy Attorney General Frances Hughes has silenced all who said she should file an annual financial disclosure statement.
WEIRTON – Class action attorneys have demanded information from a company they sued, not through their own power but through the power of the people of West Virginia.
Attorney General Darrell McGraw CHARLESTON – The new pharmacy school building at the University of Charleston will carry a big name for a politician who provided big money and a smaller name for a politician who delivered a smaller amount.
CHARLESTON - A group of seven Capital students are suing the Kanawha County Board of Education and former Capital High School science teacher Tyrone Persinger for sexual harassment that allegedly occurred from 2001-04.
CHARLESTON - A public interest group representing citizens who live along various roads in coal producing counties has filed a lawsuit accusing the state Legislature of overstepping its boundaries.