News from June 2014

Siblings accuse Alliance Resources of trespassing, wrongfully extracting methane gas

By Kyla Asbury | Jun 2, 2014

WHEELING - Four individuals are suing Alliance Resources GP after they claim it trespassed on their property and extracted methane gas.

McDowell Co. miner sues following work injury

By Annie Cosby | Jun 2, 2014

PINEVILLE -- A McDowell County man is suing over claims he was injured when the hoist car in his employer's mine malfunctioned.

Ohio man claims he was exposed to toxic chemicals

By Annie Cosby | Jun 2, 2014

POINT PLEASANT -- An Ohio man is suing over claims he was exposed to toxic chemicals when equipment malfunctioned at a chemical facility.

Putnam woman blames contractor after I-64 accident

By Annie Cosby | Jun 2, 2014

WINFIELD -- A Putnam County woman is suing over claims she was injured in a collision caused by an employee of a construction company.

EPA rules draw wide criticism in W.Va.

By Chris Dickerson | Jun 2, 2014

CHARLESTON -- New EPA rules intended to reduce carbon dioxide emissions are not going over well in West Virginia.

Woman files slip-and-fall suit against 7-Eleven

By Annie Cosby | Jun 2, 2014

KEYSER -- A woman is suing over claims she was injured on the premises of a convenience store.

WV CALA says Trial lawyer political donations near $300K mark

By David Yates | Jun 2, 2014

CHARLESTON – So far in the 2014 election cycle, West Virginia trial lawyers have spent almost $300,000 supporting candidates.

Woman says loose Hurricane water meter lid caused injury

By Annie Cosby | Jun 2, 2014

WINFIELD -- A Cabell County woman is suing over claims she was injured while mowing a lawn in Hurricane.

Chemical company takes another to court

By Ben Hart | Jun 3, 2014

WHEELING -- Sal Chemical Company is suing Klear Chemical Company for refusing to pay for chemical purchases.

Electrical firm says coal company owes money

By Ben Hart | Jun 3, 2014

SUMMERSVILLE -- Doss Electric is suing a coal company for refusing to pay them for purchased equipment and completed work.

Homeowners group says company obstructing road

By Annie Cosby | Jun 3, 2014

KEYSER -- A Mineral County homeowners association is suing over claims a company continues to obstruct a road with trucks and equipment.

Nicholas Co. woman files medmal case after ankle surgery

By Ben Hart | Jun 3, 2014

SUMMERSVILLE -- Nicholas County woman is suing after experiencing permanent injuries after ankle surgery.

Mining company says energy company owes $201K

By Ben Hart | Jun 3, 2014

SUMMERSVILLE -- Bundy Auger Mining company is suing an energy company for refusing to pay them for work completed.

Woman claims Sears wouldn't fix faulty Craftsman tractor

By Ben Hart | Jun 3, 2014

WHEELING -- Sears Roebuck and Company and others are being sued over claims they refused to fix or replace a product under warranty.

Woman files slip-and-fall suit against Capitol Market

By Chris Dickerson | Jun 3, 2014

CHARLESTON – A Charleston woman has filed a slip-and-fall lawsuit against Capitol Market.

Bank sues state treasurer over 2010 fraud incident

By Chris Dickerson | Jun 3, 2014

CHARLESTON – West Virginia Treasurer John Perdue has been named in a lawsuit related to a 2010 fraud scheme that resulted in the state sending about $1.5 million to bogus Kenyan corporations.

State blames contractor for damage to overpass

By Matt Russell | Jun 4, 2014

CHARLESTON -- A building company faces a lawsuit after their driver allegedly caused extensive damage to an overpass.

Female inmate claims sexual abuse

By Matt Russell | Jun 4, 2014

CHARLESTON -- A female inmate is suing the regional jail system, alleging sexual abuse.

Crane company wants paid for services

By Matt Russell | Jun 4, 2014

MOUNDSVILLE -- A crane company is suing for the remainder of a bill for services performed in December.

Man says Sears never paid all of his wages

By Matt Russell | Jun 4, 2014

CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County man is suing after his former employer allegedly failed to pay all of his due wages, and his attorneys seek to make it a class action.

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