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News from August 2016
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office is teaming with several state agencies to tackle the issue of opioid use in high school athletics.
BECKLEY – Appalachian Bible College is suing Foremost Industries Inc. after it claims the company failed to give a $4 million donation it promised the school.
PINEVILLE – A Stephenson couple claims a bank repeatedly harassed them over an alleged debt.
RIPLEY – A man alleges his Jackson County employer terminated him while he was on medical leave.
RIPLEY – A Ravenswood resident alleges a municipal sewer system failure caused damage to her home.
MOOREFIELD – The owner of a property alleges several companies that leased it have not paid the rental fees.
MOUNDSVILLE – The estate executor of a construction worker involved in a fatal accident near Moundsville has filed a suit against the decedent's employers and others.
BECKLEY – A Beckley woman seeks to enjoin a foreclosure on her late mother's house.
CHARLESTON – An attorney who defeated a longtime Nicholas County circuit judge in May’s election is facing ethics charges over a flier sent to voters during the campaign.
BECKLEY – A woman has filed suit alleging that health care providers departed from acceptable medical standards by prescribing medications that caused her daughter's death.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Benwood teen and her mother have filed a suit after the teen was injured in an all-terrain vehicle accident.
LOGAN – A fuel provider alleges a Roderfield company has not paid for fuel.
CHARLESTON – A consumer is accusing a debt collector of telephone harassment.
When the Upper Big Branch Mine exploded in 2010 and stock market prices for Massey Energy shares plummeted, Charleston’s James Humphreys & Associates filed a class action suit on behalf of Massey shareholders, arguing they should be compensated for financial losses.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is leading a coalition of 14 states and state agencies in filing suit against what he calls the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s job-killing attack on the nation’s oil and natural gas industry.
The West Virginia Hive is providing future business leaders with resources and work space to build the economy.
SUMMERSVILLE – A three-judge panel has ordered a lawsuit dismissed that attempted to remove two elected officials from office.
LOGAN – A Logan couple has filed suit against a Verdunville man alleging he struck the wife while she was crossing the street.