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CU Recovery Inc., Greater Iowa Credit Union alleged to be illegally trying to collect debt

WHEELING – A Wheeling consumer claims that a credit union and a debt collector are unlawfully attempting to collect an alleged debt and has filed a class-action suit.

Woman alleges Nationstar Mortgage failed to apply payment to loan balance

WHEELING – An Ohio County woman alleges her loan servicer failed to apply a payment and now is unlawfully attempting to collect a debt.

Consumer files suit against Chase Bank after repossession of vehicle

WHEELING – An Ohio County man alleges that a bank failed to provide him proper notice and apply payments on an auto loan.

Man alleges BB&T breached contract with ATV loan

WHEELING – An Ohio County man has filed suit against a financial institution after the repossession of an all-terrain vehicle.

AG's office secures refun​​​​​ds, shuts down charter bus company

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office has achieved a temporary injunction to shut down a charter bus company and force its owners to refund more than $22,600 for two canceled field trips and a family vacation.

Andrew Fusco named to IP Stars list for the fourth time

MORGANTOWN – For the fourth year in a row Morgantown lawyer Andrew Fusco has been named to Managing Intellectual Property magazine's list of IP Stars.

Homeowner claims American Property and Casualty Insurance has failed to pay for derecho damages

FAYETTEVILLE – A Hico homeowner alleges her insurer has failed to pay for damages to her property from the 2012 derecho that affected the state.

Homeowners allege charged illegal fees

WEBSTER SPRINGS – A Cowen couple alleges that their mortgage loan servicer has engaged in illegal and abusive practices.

Contractor alleges she was injured at Southwestern Regional Jail

LOGAN – An individual working as a contractor at the Southwestern Regional Jail alleges she was injured in a fall caused by shampoo left by inmates on the floor.

J. Dan Snead & Associates alleges it is owed more than $55,000 for services

BECKLEY – A Raleigh County architecture firm claims that it was not compensated for services it provided to an individual and a corporation.

Fusion Japanese Steakhouse of Wheeling guest alleges step caused her to fall

WHEELING – A patron at a Triadelphia restaurant alleges an improperly marked step caused her to fall.

Patient claims Cabell Huntington Hospital failed to implement fall protection measures

HUNTINGTON – A woman alleges that because of her fall during treatment at a hospital she has lost the ability to walk and care for herself and requires round-the-clock care.

Ditech alleges Putnam County deed was erroneously released

WINFIELD – An Arizona financial company is seeking declaratory judgment regarding the deed of a Nitro property.

West Virginians get the last laugh

President Obama and his bureaucrats laughed at the citizens of West Virginia and our representatives for eight years as they waged their wicked war on coal (on behalf of other energy interests, foreign and domestic), but who's laughing now? We are, and so is U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins.

Jenkins, Morrisey launch attacks as Trump visits West Virginia again

CHARLESTON – As President Donald Trump makes his second visit to the Mountain State in two weeks, two Republicans fighting for a U.S. Senate seat are taking the opportunity to take jabs at each other.

ACLU-WV files amicus brief in Murray's John Oliver lawsuit

WHEELING – The American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia has filed an amicus brief in the lawsuit against John Oliver by coal baron Robert Murray.

C.B.S. Industrial Tooling alleges it is still owed more than $8,000 from Ohio couple

PRINCETON – A Princeton company that sells industrial machinery and equipment alleges that an Ohio couple has failed to pay for goods in full.

Motorist seeks damages after being rear-ended by tractor-trailer on Route 2

MOUNDSVILLE – A Georgia man has filed a suit against a West Virginia resident and a Wheeling-based company after he was allegedly injured in a collision in Marshall County.

Couple accuses Real Time Solutions, US Bank of predatory lending

BECKLEY – A Prosperity couple is accusing their mortgage loan servicer and holder of predatory lending practices.

Ogden claims attorney owes more than $17,000 for advertising services

BECKLEY – A Raleigh County attorney is alleged to have failed to pay for advertising services.