LOGAN -- An insurance company is suing an automotive group after the business owner allegedly signed a cancer patient’s name to life insurance paperwork.
News from July 2014
PRINCETON -- A hospital patient is suing, claiming a misdiagnosis and failure to communicate complaints to her doctor resulted in multiple surgeries and a longer healing period.
CHARLESTON -- A father is suing a city and three police officers on claims he was beaten in jail and they kidnapped his infant child.
HUNTINGTON –A ranking Charleston police officer filed a federal complaint against a local police department and one of its officers, alleging civil rights violations.
CLARKSBURG – A leading Southern medical institution is suing a pharmaceutical company in a patent battle.
CLARKSBURG – A drug company is suing a pharmaceutical company in a patent issue involving medication for Type 2 diabetes.
CHARLESTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is warning West Virginia consumers to be careful when receiving calls regarding their credit or debit cards being canceled or deactivated.
PRINCETON -- A woman is suing her employer and a co-worker after allegedly suffering head injuries.
PRINCETON -- A faulty part on an ATV is the alleged cause of an accident and injuries in a Mercer County filing.
NEW CUMBERLAND – An Ohio woman is suing a race track and gaming resort, claiming she was injured in a restroom.
PRINCETON -- A trucking company is being sued after a passenger allegedly fell out of a moving truck and suffered serious injuries.
PRINCETON -- A Mercer County man is suing Ford, claiming the truck he purchased required multiple repairs that should be covered under warranty.
POINT PLEASANT – A doctor and his clinic face a lawsuit after the doctor allegedly failed to properly document a patient's treatment.
CHARLESTON — Spilman Thomas & Battle PLLC says nearly 125 business leaders from the Mid-Atlantic region gathered June 27 for the law firm’s West Virginia SuperVision symposium, which focused on helping businesses prepare for what’s next in employment challenges.
MARTINSBURG – Following a recent shareholders meeting, Martin & Seibert L.C. adopted a change in firm leadership.
CHARLESTON – Jackson Kelly has announced that Rudolph, Fine, Porter and Johnson, LLP, of Evansville, Ind., has elected to merge its 20 person practice into the Firm, effective July 1, 2014.
HUNTINGTON – Legal directory publisher The Legal 500 has recognized Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP in two practice areas along with 10 attorneys, including three attorneys from the firm's Huntington office.
FAYETTEVILLE – An Oak Hill woman and her husband are suing after the wife was allegedly involved in a vehicle accident.
FAYETTEVILLE – Wal-Mart is being sued after a shopper allegedly slipped and fell.