News from February 2013
HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing the Marshall University Board of Governors and a surgeon she claims deviated from the acceptable standard of care during her surgery.
HUNTINGTON – A Newport, Ohio, man is suing Ferro Products Corporation after he says he was injured while on a defective ladder.
WINFIELD – West Virginia Nursing Network, LLC is suing Loop Plaza Pharmacy Co. after it claims Loop breached its contract.
WINFIELD – A man is suing three companies he claimed are responsible for injuries he suffered while performing his work duties.
CHARLESTON – A man is suing Brite Home Improvement after he claims he was injured while working and the company failed to provide the required Workers’ Compensation insurance
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has upheld a Workers’ Compensation Board of Review decision denying Workers’ Compensation benefits to the widow of a coal miner who died of respiratory disease.
House Speaker Rick Thompson announces the initiative, surrounded by delegates who co-sponsored the measure, along with West Virginia Chamber of Commerce President Steve Roberts, third from left, and Chamber Vice President Brenda Harper, fourth from right. Others, from left, are delegates Mike Caputo, John Ellem, Brent Boggs, Randy Swartzmiller, Peggy Smith, Bob Ashley, Harry Keith White and Amanda
CHARLESTON – A former employee is suing Patrick T. Holbrook Action Enterprises, LLC, after he claims it failed to pay his final wages within 72 hours of discharge.
CHARLESTON – Martin Marietta Materials, Inc., is suing ST Pipeline, Inc., after it claims it failed to pay for supplies.