News from May 2015

Woman blames Cross Lanes Group Home for sister's death

By Kyla Asbury | May 1, 2015

CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Cross Lanes Group Home for her sister's death.

Light bulb leads to lawsuit against Logan's

By Kyla Asbury | May 1, 2015

HUNTINGTON – A woman is suing Logan's Roadhouse after she claims she was injured on its property when a light bulb burst.

Mother, son sue Bayer for emotional distress

By Kyla Asbury | May 1, 2015

CHARLESTON – A mother and son are suing Bayer Material Science LLC after they claim their supervisor caused them emotional distress.

Woman accuses Huntington Mall of wrongful termination

By Kyla Asbury | May 1, 2015

HUNTINGTON – A Huntington woman is suing the Huntington Mall after she claims her employment was wrongfully terminated in retaliation for complaining about discrimination.

Man blames CAMC for injuries

By Kyla Asbury | May 1, 2015

CHARLESTON – A man is suing Charleston Area Medical Center after he claims he was injured in the hospital's care.

Attorney, wife sue hospital, lawyers for consumer protection act violations

By Kyla Asbury | May 1, 2015

HUNTINGTON – A woman and her attorney husband are suing Cabell Huntington Hospital after they claim it violated state law by attempting to collect an alleged debt they did not owe.

Four more lawsuits filed against Charleston attorney

By Kyla Asbury | May 1, 2015

CHARLESTON – Four more lawsuits have been filed against Charleston attorney R. Michael Martin for failing to pay plaintiffs their full settlements.

Sissonville sexual assault civil case echoes Capital incident

By Chris Dickerson | May 1, 2015

CHARLESTON – A family has filed a civil lawsuit against the Kanawha County Board of Education, claiming their daughter, who attends special education classes, was sexually assaulted at Sissonville High School.

Case against Monongalia landlord moves forward

By Chris Dickerson | May 4, 2015

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said his office – on behalf of the West Virginia Human Rights Commission – can move forward in an enforcement action against a Monongalia County landlord.

Mingo County magistrate retiring

By Chris Dickerson | May 4, 2015

WILLIAMSON – Mingo County Magistrate Pam Newsome is retiring, effective June 30.

Logan County judge retiring

By Chris Dickerson | May 4, 2015

LOGAN – Longtime Logan Circuit Judge Roger L. Perry is retiring at the end of June.

Credit union sues law firm for breach of contract

By Kyla Asbury | May 4, 2015

KEYSER – First Peoples Community Federal Credit Union is suing a law firm after it claims it breached its contract with the credit union.

Mother, daughter sue Heritage Center for negligence

By Kyla Asbury | May 4, 2015

HUNTINGTON – A mother and daughter are suing Heritage Center for negligence after they failed to timely diagnose a medical problem.

Ohio couple sues medical center for injuries

By Kyla Asbury | May 4, 2015

WHEELING – A Barnesville, Ohio, couple is suing Ohio Valley Medical Center after injuries were sustained on its property.

Man sues towing company for injuries

By Kyla Asbury | May 4, 2015

HUNTINGTON – A man is suing McGuire's Towing & Recovery after he claims he was injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by one of its employees.

X-ray accident results in lawsuit

By Kyla Asbury | May 4, 2015

WHEELING – A man is suing Wheeling Hospital after he claims he sustained injuries when he fell during an x-ray and was injured.

AG's office warns of fake lottery scam

By Chris Dickerson | May 4, 2015

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is urging residents to be on the lookout for letters claiming to be a notification of lottery winnings.

Morrisey to testify about EPA rules

By Chris Dickerson | May 4, 2015

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will be on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.

Morrisey lauds USSC decision to not review Cashcall case

By Chris Dickerson | May 4, 2015

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is pleased the U.S. Supreme Court has opted not to hear CashCall Inc.’s request for review of a state Supreme Court ruling.

Morrisey, Capito critical of EPA plan

By Chris Dickerson and Kyla Asbury | May 5, 2015

WASHINGTON — State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey on Tuesday told a U.S. Senate subcommittee that the EPA's coal-fired power plant proposal would do serious damage to certain states – including West Virginia – and their citizens.

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