CHARLESTON – An Amma couple has filed suit against an insurer over coverage for flooding that damaged their home.
News from October 2017
GRAFTON – A woman formerly employed by Arch Coal Inc. alleges she was forced to quit her job because of unchecked sexual harassment.
Washburn Property & Contracting alleges it had to replace deck because instructions weren't provided
CHARLESTON – A Charleston contractor alleges that it was not provided instructions for the installation of vinyl decking.
HUNTINGTON – A Huntington woman claims she was injured at a restaurant in the city because of a substance on the floor.
HUNTINGTON – A Hurricane man injured in an industrial accident at a Culloden warehouse facility alleges that his employer's failure to equip a machine with safeguards caused his injuries.
HUNTINGTON – An Ohio man who was burned while working at a Huntington alloy plant alleges unsafe working conditions caused the injuries.
HUNTINGTON – The parents of an elementary school student have filed a suit against the Cabell County of Education after the student lost a tooth on the playground.
CHARLESTON – Former White House adviser Steve Bannon seemingly is throwing his support behind West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s 2018 U.S. Senate campaign.
HUNTINGTON – A Huntington couple alleges that their home is in a state of disrepair because a contractor failed to properly do work as contracted.
HUNTINGTON – A Cabell County woman alleges that she was injured because of an uneven portion of sidewalk.
LOGAN – An administrator alleges a Logan care facility caused his decedent harm because of its actions and/or inactions.
HUNTINGTON – A McDonald's patron is seeking damages after a fall in the restaurant allegedly caused her to fracture her knee cap.
Ohio Valley Colon and Rectal Surgeons, others alleged to have left instrument in man's body after surgery
WHEELING – An Ohio couple is seeking damages from a surgeon and two health care facilities after a surgical instrument was allegedly left in the husband's body after a surgery.
HUNTINGTON – An Ohio couple alleges the husband was injured while working for a metals manufacturer.
DAVISVILLE – Bowles Rice Business Development Director Keith Burdette has been named president and chief executive officer of the Polymer Alliance Zone.
PARKERSBURG – Chemical giant DuPont and spin-off company Chemours are in the process of paying out $670 million to 3,500 claimants in Ohio and West Virginia who contended in lawsuits their health was jeopardized from a spill of toxic chemicals used to make Teflon from a plant near Parkersburg more than a decade ago.
CHARLESTON – A jury has awarded $5.7 million to a woman who claimed she was injured during surgery.
Remember how Darrell McGraw spent two decades as state attorney general using public funds for self-promotion and awarding contingency contracts to cronies?