News from May 2013
WINFIELD - A couple are suing Chase Bank USA N.A. for violating the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act by allegedly attempting to collect on an alleged debt after they retained counsel.
WINFIELD - A Belle woman is suing Burdette Camping Center Inc. for injuries she sustained from a runaway camper.
The arrest of Mark Haines as seen from the dashcam of a police car. Then-Sheriff Bobby Shirley is alleged to have kicked Haines from the bed of the truck.
CHARLESTON - A former employee is suing Genesis Healthcare LLC for allegedly wrongfully terminating her employment in retaliation for her attempting to protect whistle-blowing activities of another employee.
The Spruce No. 1 Mine.Photo courtesy of Vivian Stockman/www.ohvec.org. Flyover courtesy of SouthWings.org.
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has found no violation of rights in the dismissal of a state Department of Agriculture employee for his alleged inappropriate behavior.
CHARLESTON - Four former employees are suing Rio Grande Inc. after they claim they were sexually harassed by a convicted sex offender who was employed in its Charleston restaurant.
MORGANTOWN - A woman is suing In Touch and Concerned Inc. after she claims it is responsible for her mother's death due to one of its employees' negligent conduct.
CHARLESTON - A Putnam County man is suing the West Virginia State Police for injuries he sustained in a car accident caused by one of its state troopers.