News from February 2013

Woman sues Pjax, driver for car accident

By Kyla Asbury | Feb 8, 2013

CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Pjax, Inc., after she was injured in a car accident caused by one of its drivers.

Son blames eight physicians, others for father’s death

By Kyla Asbury | Feb 8, 2013

CHARLESTON – A man is suing eight physicians he claims are responsible for his father’s death.

General Motors, Thornhill Superstore sued over vehicle

By Kyla Asbury | Feb 8, 2013

CHARLESTON – A couple are suing General Motors, LLC and Thornhill Superstore, Inc., after they claim the vehicle they purchased was defective.

Former patient says physician was negligent

By Kyla Asbury | Feb 8, 2013

CHARLESTON – A woman is suing a physician she claims was negligent in follow-up care after treating her for varicose veins.

S.C. man says guardian has conflict of interest

By Lawrence Smith | Feb 8, 2013

CHARLESTON – A South Carolina man is alleging a Kanawha County family law judge has allowed a court-appointed guardian to remain in the case despite a conflict of interest.

Court ruled man owed Gilmer public service district's court costs

By Lawrence Smith | Feb 8, 2013

CHARLESTON - The state Supreme Court ruled last year that a magistrate was correct to not only dismiss a Gilmer County man’s breach of contract suit against the county’s public service district, but also order him to pay court costs.

Judge dismisses foreclosure fraud complaint against Sovereign Bank

By John O'Brien | Feb 11, 2013

MARTINSBURG – A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a Charles Town businessman who claimed his business was the subject of a fraudulent foreclosure.

Morrisey unveils ethics plan

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 11, 2013

State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey speaks at a press conference Feb. 11

Morrisey writes Obama about EPA leadership

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 11, 2013

CHARLESTON – State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has written a letter to President Barack Obama regarding the search for a new person to run the Environmental Protection Agency.

Property damage case against Chesapeake remanded

By John O'Brien | Feb 11, 2013

WHEELING – A lawsuit alleging Chesapeake Appalachia damaged the property on which it was drilling will be heard in a state court.

Law firm offers sixth annual free Valentine’s Day divorce contest

By Kyla Asbury | Feb 12, 2013

CHARLESTON – The Webb Law Firm is continuing with its tradition of offering a free divorce on Valentine’s Day for the sixth year.

FleetOne sues England Enterprises for breach of contract

By Kyla Asbury | Feb 12, 2013

WINFIELD – FleetOne is suing England Enterprises Inc. after it claims it failed to pay for goods sold and delivered.

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