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Seven former employees sue GC Services for hostile work environment

CHARLESTON -- Seven former GC Services employees are suing the company after they claim they were forced to work in a hostile work environment.

Woman sues Wexford Health Resources, physician for sexual misconduct

HUNTINGTON -- A former Lakin Correction Center inmate is suing Wexford Health Resources and a physician it employed after she claims she was sexually harassed and sexually abused.

Woman says 60 companies responsible for family member's lung cancer, death

CHARLESTON -- A Baxter woman is suing 60 companies that she claims are responsible for her husband's lung cancer and death.

Man says Radio Shack didn't pay wages in a timely manner

CHARLESTON -- A former Radio Shack employee is suing the company for failing to pay his final wages in a timely manner.

Man sues Mountaineer Gas for injuries

CHARLESTON -- A Charleston man is suing Mountaineer Gas Company for injuries he sustained from tripping on a gas line hole owned by the company.

PERSONNEL FILE: Bob Allen joins Kay Casto & Chaney

Allen CHARLESTON -- Kay Casto & Chaney have announced that Robert B. Allen has joined its Charleston office.

THEIR VIEW: Redistricting 'status quo' violates fundamental rights

CHARLESTON -- The conception of political equality from the Declaration of Independence, to Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, to the Fifteenth, Seventeenth and Nineteenth Amendments can mean only one thing -- one person, one vote.

Developer tells state to back off rent case

McGraw MARTINSBURG -- A Martinsburg real estate developer contends West Virginia does not have jurisdiction in a case alleging he fraudulently collected rent from tenants.

Couple sues church for son's injuries from Vacation Bible School game

CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County couple is suing Davis Creek Church of the Nazarene after their son was injured while playing a game at Vacation Bible School.

Buffalo couple says Bayer didn't provide safe work environment.

CHARLESTON -- A Buffalo couple is suing Bayer Cropscience after they claim it did not provide a safe work environment.

Petroleum Products says trucking firm didn't pay for $30,000 in fuel

CHARLESTON -- Petroleum Products, Inc., is suing B&C Trucking, Inc., after it claims the company breached its contract and failed to pay for more than $30,000 in goods and services.

Woman sues United Healthcare Services for wrongful termination

CHARLESTON -- A former United Healthcare Services employee is suing after she claims she was wrongfully terminated from her employment.

Thomas Hospital accused of medical malpractice

CHARLESTON -- An Alum Creek couple is suing Herbert J. Thomas Memorial Hospital Association after they claim it was negligent in its care during hospitalization.

South Carolina couple sues Elder-Beerman for injuries

CHARLESTON -- A Greenville, S.C., couple is suing Elder-Beerman for injuries sustained in its Kanawha City store.

PERSONNEL FILE: Fuller nominated to Council on Litigation Management

Fuller MARTINSBURG -- Martin & Seibert is pleased to announce that E. Kay Fuller has been accepted into the prestigious Council on Litigation Management.

Class action debate over W.Va. AG headed to U.S. SC

McGraw WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – The U.S. Supreme Court will have the opportunity to decide if West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw is acting like a class action lawyer.

Family blames Veterans Affairs for man's death

CHARLESTON -- The family of a deceased West Virginia veteran is suing the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for wrongful death and medical negligence.

Two N.Y. firms to stop collecting debts in W.Va.

McGraw CHARLESTON -- Two New York-based debt collection firms have agreed to cease collecting debts without a license in West Virginia as part of a settlement reached by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw.

Man sues after fall at apartment complex

HUNTINGTON -- A Kanawha County man is suing the owners of a Huntington apartment complex for injuries sustained after slipping on an icy sidewalk outside the building.

Davis unveils anti-truancy effort

Davis KINGWOOD -- Supreme Court Justice Robin Jean Davis has announced the details of a new effort to coordinate judicial truancy programs in West Virginia.