News from June 2013
CHARLESTON - A California attorney faces ethics charges for allegedly misleading a Monongalia County man that he could aid in his criminal case.
The Robert C. Byrd U.S. Courthouse in Charleston
MARTINSBURG – A Hedgesville couple says their home insurer won’t pay costs associated with a plane that crashed in their yard and struck their home.
POINT PLEASANT - A scheduling order has been filed in lawsuit in which a Point Pleasant man is suing Pleasant Valley Hospital Inc. for medical malpractice.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has ruled against companies that challenged the Attorney General’s Office’s practice of hiring private attorneys to represent the State.
HUNTINGTON - A woman is suing Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC after she claims it sent her collection letters that referenced a previously voided claim.
HUNTINGTON - A man is suing seven correctional officers after he was severely beaten while he was incarcerated at the Western Regional Jail.
HUNTINGTON – Three environmental groups have filed lawsuits against three owners of reclaimed mountaintop removal mining sites, claiming the sites are still discharging toxic pollutants.
BLUEFIELD – Cooper Industries, a manufacturer of electrical products, will pay $340,000 to the federal Environmental Protection Agency under a consent decree filed May 23.