News from February 2008
CHARLESTON - A Boone County woman has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the Division of Motor Vehicles, claiming she was injured after she fell over loose carpet at the office.
CHARLESTON - Five Logan County families have filed five separate suits against two government agencies and CSX, claiming their property and homes were flooded due to the actions of the defendants.
CHARLESTON - A Kanawha County woman injured when she fell at a downtown business has filed a suit, seeking at least $10,000 from the owners of a property where she fell.
CHARLESTON - A Charleston police officer has filed a suit against a Kanawha County man after the man rammed a stolen truck into the police cruiser the officer was driving.
CHARLESTON - A Jackson County man has filed a suit against an insurance company after he was injured when he bit into a foreign object in his food at McDonald's.
CHARLESTON - A West Virginia State Trooper has filed a suit against the State Police, claiming he did not send a resignation letter to the department and he is not resigning.
Putnam Circuit Judge O.C. "Hobby" Spaulding says he won't be taking campaign contributions this election season.
MORGANTOWN -- After a nationwide search, West Virginia University has identified six candidates for the dean of the College of Law. Each will visit the campus during February to meet with various constituency groups as the search enters the next phase.
CHARLESTON -– The law firm of Spilman Thomas & Battle is pleased to announce that Kevin L. Carr has rejoined the firm as a full-time member.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia legislators will decide in their current session whether to regulate a new kind of business that takes over employment rights and responsibilities from other businesses in exchange for a fee.
MORGANTOWN - A Marion County man has filed a suit against the manufacturer of a medical instrument after a balloon used during his coronary angioplasty failed.
CHARLES TOWN - A Washington, D.C., man has filed a suit against Jefferson Memorial Hospital and a doctor who treated him, claiming the doctor misread his x-ray and missed a kidney injury and fractured sacrum.
Brown On the job training isn't what it used to be.
Cohen CHARLESTON -- The gall of Larry Starcher to call for an investigation of "extremely serious legal and ethical issues" on the West Virginia Supreme Court.
MOUNDSVILLE - A Marshall County man has filed a suit against a drug store after he slipped in the parking lot and suffered injuries.