MADISON -- A personal injury suit has grown from a tree that fell in the path of Alvin Ball's automobile on W.Va. 17 near Greenview in July 2008.
News from September 2010
HUNTINGTON -- A woman is suing a man after she was injured at Imperial Lanes Bowling Alley.
HUNTINGTON -- A former employee is suing PepsiCo after he claims it violated the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act.
HUNTINGTON -- A Branchland couple is suing the City of Huntington and the sanitary board for wrongful termination of employment based on age discrimination.
HUNTINGTON -- A Proctorville, Ohio, couple is suing University Physicians & Surgeons and a Huntington physician for medical malpractice.
MADISON -- More than 150 so-called "water cases" had been filed in Boone Circuit Court by mid-August against Massey Energy Co. and five subsidiaries.
BRIDGEPORT -– Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to announce that 75 of its attorneys have been included in the 2011 list of The Best Lawyers in America. Eight attorneys received recognition for the first time.
CHARLESTON -– Spilman Thomas & Battle is pleased to announce that several attorneys have joined the firm.
BRIDGEPORT -- The law firm of Steptoe & Johnson officially has acquired the energy practice group of the western Pennsylvania firm of Culbertson, Weiss, Schetroma and Schug, P.C. (CWSS), opening its first Pennsylvania office and its ninth regional office.
CHARLESTON -- Houston wide receiver Patrick Edwards is suing Marshall University and Conference USA after he broke his leg when he ran into a metal service cart in an October 2008 game.
MADISON -- Plaintiffs are suing 26 employers, manufacturers and distributors for personal injuries they say were caused by exposure to toxic chemicals used in float-sink coal laboratories and related facilities.
McGraw CHARLESTON -- West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw, along with Gov. Joe Manchin, announced on Wednesday the start of the state's final Energy Star sales tax holiday.
CHARLESTON -- South Charleston lawyer Thornton Cooper says he still plans to sue West Virginia officials if they don't clean up the state's succession laws.
Goodwin CHARLESTON - National litigation over heart medicine Digitek ended Sept. 1 as lawyers advised U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin they settled all claims.
WASHINGTON – Federal coal mine regulators say Massey Energy should challenge their actions before an independent commission, not in federal court.
CHARLESTON -- A case filed by Lincoln County school board member against a Lincoln County newspaper publisher has drawn the attention of some in the legal community.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS -- Bayer Corp. CEO Greg Babe told state business leaders this week that West Virginia must reform its judicial system and overhaul its business tax structure if it wants to spur economic development and attract new investments.