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Couple sues Midfirst Bank for home foreclosure

MARTINSBURG – A couple is suing Midfirst Bank after they claim it wrongfully foreclosed on their home.

Woman sues Wal-mart for injuries

CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Wal-mart after she claims she slipped on mayonnaise and was injured.

Woman sues Amedisys Home Health of West Virginia for wrongful termination

CHARLESTON – A woman is suing Amedisys Home Health of West Virginia after she claims her employment was wrongfully terminated.

Man sues REM Community Options for wrongful termination

CHARLESTON – A man is suing REM Community Options after he claims his employment was wrongfully terminated when he complained about understaffing.

Company sues Alecto Healthcare Services for breach of agreement

WHEELING – A company is suing Alecto Healthcare Services Ohio Valley LLC after it claims it breached its agreement.

Supreme Court says sanitary board, city council complied with statutory notice requirements

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has issued a memorandum decision, ruling that the Huntington Sanitary Board and the Huntington City Council complied with statutory notice requirements before seeking a rate increase last year.

Dinsmore & Shohl names Chris Plybon as Mentor of the Year

HUNTINGTON – Chris Plybon, a partner with Dinsmore & Shohl, recently was named Mentor of the Year at the firm’s annual Attorney Dinner.

Motorist seeks uninsured/underinsured motorist benefits from State Farm

CHARLESTON – A Cameron man alleges he is entitled to additional insurance coverage after an accident in Pennsylvania.

Motorist alleges Asplundh failed to provide adequate flaggers during work

BECKLEY – A motorist has filed suit against a tree trimming company after an auto accident in Rock Creek.

Highway Safety alleges Stonegate Construction owes more than $20,000

WAYNE – An Ohio corporation alleges that it is owed for materials it delivered to job sites in Wayne County.

Couple claims Prime Solutions misrepresented services

PINEVILLE – A Coal Mountain couple alleges a credit service organization failed to provide services they paid for.

Former Peoples Bank executive alleges he was wrongfully terminated

HUNTINGTON – A former high-ranking bank executive alleges he was wrongfully terminated.

Consumer claims David Trump Design never delivered furniture

BECKLEY – A Raleigh County consumer alleges he paid for furniture that was never delivered.

Raleigh General Hospital named in suit by woman alleging damages after tripping on curb

BECKLEY – A Beckley woman is seeking damages from Raleigh General Hospital after falling on the premises.

Matewan alleged to owe more than $400,000 for services on water, wastewater plants

CHARLESTON – A Boston company alleges a Mingo County town owes more than $400,000 for water and wastewater treatment services.

Former Raleigh County employee files suit over termination

BECKLEY – A Raleigh County man formerly employed by the Raleigh County Assessor's Office alleges he was wrongfully terminated.

AG's office asks consumers to be cautious when shopping online

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is urging consumers to make wise decisions when looking online for that perfect holiday gift for family and loved ones. The warning is part of his office's Holiday Consumer Protection Week. Each day during the week of Dec. 4, the office is issuing a holiday-related release detailing tips on how to keep West Virginia consumers from falling prey to any holiday misfortune.

Woman blames Bluefield rink for daughter's roller skating injuries

PRINCETON – A Mercer County woman says her daughter was injured at a Bluefield roller skating rink because the floor was unsaf​​​​​e.

Florida tops tort reform group's list of ‘Judicial Hellholes,' while California No. 2

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California, City of St. Louis Circuit Court, New York City’s asbestos court and Philadelphia round out the American Tort Reform Association’s top five this year.

State groups react to West Virginia's spot on Judicial Hellhole Watch List

CHARLESTON – Two groups with vested interests in the state’s civil justice system had opposite but expected views to the latest Judicial Hellhole report.