News from February 2013
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Pjax, Inc., after she was injured in a car accident caused by one of its drivers.
CHARLESTON – A man is suing eight physicians he claims are responsible for his father’s death.
CHARLESTON – A couple are suing General Motors, LLC and Thornhill Superstore, Inc., after they claim the vehicle they purchased was defective.
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing a physician she claims was negligent in follow-up care after treating her for varicose veins.
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.
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.
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.
State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey speaks at a press conference Feb. 11
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.
WHEELING – A lawsuit alleging Chesapeake Appalachia damaged the property on which it was drilling will be heard in a state court.
CHARLESTON – The Webb Law Firm is continuing with its tradition of offering a free divorce on Valentine’s Day for the sixth year.