WHEELING — A remediation service provider is suing Terry Mason and Mason Rehab Center, alleging a breach of an emergency work authorization agreement.
News from June 2018
MOUNDSVILLE — An Ohio couple is suing State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, alleging breach of contract.
MOUNDSVILLE — A Marshall County couple is suing Shawn McCamick, doing business as T&M Electric and Construction, alleging breach of contract.
MOUNDSVILLE — A Belmont County couple is suing Murray Energy Corporation and Murray American Energy, Inc., doing business as The Ohio County Coal Company, alleging failure to warn, liability and negligence.
HUNTINGTON — A North Carolina banking corporation is suing Alkon Inc., Evelyn F. Underwood and William T. Underwood, borrower and guarantors, citing alleged breach of promissory note and guaranty agreements.
State seeks to enjoin J&J Auto Salvage from doing business in state until it obtains workers' comp coverage
CHARLESTON – The state is seeking an injunction against an employer over allegations it failed to obtain workers' compensation coverage for its employees.
HUNTINGTON — An Ashland, Kentucky, utility worker is suing a railroad corporation, alleging negligence.
NEW MARTINSVILLE – A limited partnership is seeking a declaration regarding a dispute over oil and gas ownership of a Wetzel County property.
RIPLEY — The personal representative of a nursing home resident is suing Eldercare of Jackson County LLC, doing business as Eldercare Health and Rehabilitation, and Todd Kimble, alleging reckless misconduct.
WHEELING — A sports marketing company is suing Tim Davis, doing business as Trinity Homes LLC, alleging breach of agreement.
CHARLESTON — A Kanawha County couple is suing the Charleston Area Medical Center, alleging negligence.
HUNTINGTON — A surgical resident is suing Marshall University, Marshall's Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and others, alleging discrimination, hostile work environment and retaliation.
CHARLESTON—The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals reversed a decision regarding the ownership of certain oil and gas rights in Harrison County.
CHARLESTON—The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled that former shareholders of Massey Energy Company lacked standing to pursue a derivative shareholder lawsuit related to a deadline mine explosion in 2010.
FAYETTEVILLE – A Fenwick man alleges an Ansted nursing home failed to provide a safe environment for his late father.
State Supreme Court administrator Johnson resigns; Allen steps in
BECKLEY – A Beaver consumer alleges a new vehicle she purchased has warranty nonconformities that have impaired its use and market value.
WINFIELD – A Putnam County couple alleges the husband's exposure to chemicals while working at a Nitro facility caused him to develop cancer.
FAYETTEVILLE – The widow of a man admitted to an Oak Hill health care facility alleges he fell within hours of admission and later died from his injuries.
FAYETTEVILLE – An insurance company is seeking recovery of more than $15,000 it paid to a homeowner from Lowe's over allegations the negligent installation of a supply line caused water damage to the home.