PRINCETON — A Mercer County asphalt manufacturer is suing a paving and excavating company and its agent, alleging breach of contract and fraud.
News from December 2018
CHARLESTON – Just a month ago, Charleston attorney Dennise Smith and Kanawha Circuit Judge Joanna Tabit both were fighting to win spots on the state Supreme Court. Now, Smith is throwing her support behind Tabit to temporarily fill another seat on the court.
BECKLEY — A Raleigh County man is suing hospital operators, alleging unlawful detention and negligence.
WHEELING — A Texas motorist is suing freightliner operators, alleging negligence caused a crash that injured the plaintiff.
LOGAN — A passenger is suing a vehicle driver and owner, alleging negligence caused a crash that injured the plaintiff.
RIPLEY — A Belle machinery supplier is suing a MIneral Wells construction business, alleging breach of a business agreement.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County medical professional is suing a licensed insurer, alleging breach of an insurance contract.
HUNTINGTON — A former employee is suing a railroad business, alleging disability discrimination, retaliation, and violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act.
FAYETTEVILLE — An estate administrator is suing a private social club and guests, alleging negligence, battery and premises liability.
Bowles Rice is pleased to announce that attorney Gabriele Wohl has joined the firm’s Charleston, West Virginia office.
Bowles Rice is pleased to announce that attorney Christine Pill Fisher has joined the firm’s Morgantown, West Virginia office. She will focus her practice on business and corporate matters.
Charleston attorney Gregory Chiartas submitted a letter Dec. 6 to the state Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission withdrawing from the process. And in his letter, he threw his support to Kanawha Circuit Judge Joanna Tabit for the position.
MORGANTOWN — A revocable trust is suing attorney Scott Segal and others after it claims he and several other investors owe on a line of credit issued in 2009.
GRAFTON — A daughter is suing a Taylor County hospital, alleging corporate negligence in the death of the plaintiff's mother.
CHARLESTON — The plaintiffs in a lawsuit against two law firms have voluntarily dismissed their complaint against one of the firms with prejudice.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is praising the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for what he calls its commitment to a “more comprehensive approach” to regulating new coal-fired power plants.
HUNTINGTON — Milton resort operators are suing a waste disposal service provider, alleging negligence and continuing to damage the plaintiffs' property.