HUNTINGTON — A mother is suing Barboursville Little League Baseball after her daughter was injured on the baseball field.
News from December 2009
HUNTINGTON — A woman is suing JCPenney and Schindler Elevator Corporation after an escalator malfunctioned and injured her.
HUNTINGTON — A man and his wife are suing his former employer and a construction company after he suffered a work-related injury.
HUNTINGTON — MDN Aviation is suing Engine Components Inc. after aircraft engine cylinders malfunctioned.
Davis CHARLESTON -- Robin Jean Davis will become the Chief Justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals for 2010.
HUNTINGTON - Following a single-vehicle accident prior to Thanksgiving, Huntington's city attorney was charged for driving under the influence.
Webster CHARLESTON – Carrie Webster has been picked as the next Kanawha Circuit judge.
HUNTINGTON -- A woman is suing a Huntington surgeon for negligence after several incidents in 2007.
HUNTINGTON —- A woman is suing Green Acres Regional Center after she was attacked by one of its residents.
MARTINSBURG -- The State of West Virginia is seeking to shut down a Web site to prevent its fraudulent continual operation and the acceptance of donations from third-person parties based on this fraud.
MOUNDSVILLE -— A Sheriff's Deputy and his wife are suing Wendy's and three of its employees after he was given food that had been tampered with.
Blankenship CHARLESTON -- Faced with his third disappointing decision from the state Supreme Court, Harman Mining owner Hugh Caperton is asking the court to reconsider its latest.
MARTINSBURG -- A woman is seeking permission to remove, transfer and reinter human remains that could be located on her property where members of a family were alleged to be buried.
WINFIELD -- A woman is suing her former employer and supervisor after she claims she was fired for reporting numerous patient safety violations.
WHEELING – A man says Bayer wrongly discriminated against him by refusing to help him find an appropriate job after he was forced to quit working at its New Martinsville facility due to a persistent cough.
ELKINS – An orthopedic company is requesting the federal court dismiss a case against it in which a man claims his artificial hip cracked while he was at home.
CLARKSBURG – Two corporations have removed a man's suit against them to federal court, saying the man is seeking more than $75,000 for alleged injuries he incurred while falling off the ladder of a crane.
WHEELING – KBR and its subsidiaries have removed to federal court a complaint 32 former guardsmen filed against the contractor, alleging they were exposed to a highly carcinogenic substance while working as security at an Iraqi water plant.
CHARLESTON -- Eighteen lawyers were admitted to practice law in the State of West Virginia during a ceremony before the Supreme Court of Appeals on Nov. 25.
Sturgeon CHARLESTON -- Kay Casto & Chaney has announced that member attorney James M. Sturgeon Jr. has been named to the Enforcement Practices Committee of the National Association State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).