Thacker WASHINGTON - The U.S. Senate agreed last week to consider the nomination of West Virginia attorney Stephanie Thacker to a federal appeals court later this month.
News from April 2012
CHARLESTON – The state Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission has recommended three of the four candidates who applied to fill a circuit judgeship in Putnam County.
WINFIELD -- A Putnam County couple is suing St. Mary's Medical Center for injuries sustained due to a surgery performed at the hospital.
CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County woman is suing Charleston Area Medical Center for failing to care for her mother while she was at the hospital.
CHARLESTON -- A TME Enterprises employee is suing after he sustained injuries while on the job.
CHARLESTON -- A Huntington man is suing Home Depot for injuries he sustained while installing a countertop.
CHARLESTON -- A Charleston man is suing Pour House Sports Bar and a bouncer who he claims unlawfully struck him and caused him injuries.
CHARLESTON -- A former employee is suing Wilson Preferred Services for failing to pay his final wages within 72 hours of discharge.
CHARLESTON -- A Sissonville woman is suing Cunningham Energy after she was struck by a vehicle in the Kroger parking lot.
HUNTINGTON -- Asset Acquisition Group is suing two individuals it claims owe more than $25,000 due to a breach in contract.
HUNTINGTON -- A Wyoming County man is suing St. Mary's Medical Center for failing to provide him with adequate anesthesia services and/or adequate post-operative care while he was a patient.
Tinney CHARLESTON -- John H. Tinney Jr., one of the founding partners of The Tinney Law Firm, has been recognized by Best Lawyers of West Virginia in the field of Commercial Litigation.
CHARLESTON -- West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw has announced the details for the first four Project: Save Our Homes workshops.
HUNTINGTON -- A Lawrence County, Ohio, woman is suing two individuals she claims are responsible for her husband's wrongful death due to a car accident on Interstate 64.
HUNTINGTON -- A Cabell County woman is suing Midway Ford after she claims it failed to repair her truck and, instead, destroyed the engine.
MOUNDSVILLE -- A woman is suing the Marshall County Commission after she was injured at the Marshall County Courthouse.
MOUNDSVILLE -- A former employee is suing TeleTech Customer Care Management (West Virginia), Inc. after he claims it violated the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act during his employment.
WINFIELD -- A man is asking the court for approval of the settlement in his case against Thomas Memorial Hospital for his wife's suicide.
Many U.S. attorneys general are working with each other and with the federal government to employ a "drug cocktail" strategy to control and eventually eradicate the scourge that is unethical debt collectors, because just one strategy alone seems not to be enough.
Morrisey HARPER'S FERRY -- Republican state Attorney General candidate Patrick Morrisey has been endorsed by West Virginians for Life Political Action Committee.