Vaidya CHARLESTON - An appeal of a dismissed Mason County malpractice case may provide the state Supreme Court an opportunity to decide on not only the constitutionality of requiring pre-suit notification, but also a state law designed to curb malpractice suits.
News from March 2007
McGraw CHARLESTON – A tube of sunblock protection has been sent to Attorney General Darrell McGraw in anticipation that an open government bill in the state Legislature will become law.
MORGANTOWN - A Marion County woman blames the owners of a Morgantown establishment for her injuries after she fell at the business.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County woman has filed suit against the health care facility that took care of her father, claiming he died because of malpractice he incurred while staying there.
McGraw CHARLESTON – In a span of two weeks after promising otherwise, Attorney General Darrell McGraw handed out $500,000 in lawsuit settlement money.
CHARLESTON – Two bills that would increase the number of circuit and family judges each have passed one legislative branch.
Davis CHARLESTON -- In our professional careers as lawyers and judges, most of the children with whom we come in contact, unfortunately, have been victims of abuse or neglect. Their plight tugs at our hearts and inspires us to do what we can to make their journey through the court system faster and better.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County couple has filed a suit against a national-chain pet store after a dog taking obedience classes in the Charleston store attacked the woman.
This is a file photo of a Caterpillar 631C scraper. CHARLESTON - A Raleigh County couple has filed a suit against a highway construction company and the West Virginia Department of Transportation after the man was injured on the job.
HUNTINGTON - A former assistant vice president of academic affairs is suing Marshall University for forcing her to take a lower position that reduced her salary as a result of a disability.
CHARLESTON – Massey Energy's lawsuit against a Boone County court reporter was dismissed Thursday by a federal judge.
CAMC General Hospital CHARLESTON - Dr. R.E. Hamrick often wondered why, if he'd never paid out a medical malpractice claim, his medical malpractice insurance premium was so high.
CHARLESTON – Marjorie Green, 72, served jail time for a crime she did not commit, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled.
MORGANTOWN - A former physician at the West Virginia University School of Medicine is suing the school for $5 million, claiming a peer tried to harm his character by having several sexual harassment suits filed against him.