CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General says he remains ready to take action regarding the statewide teacher and school service personnel walkout that now has been going on for more than a week.
News from March 2018
WILLIAMSON – A circuit judge has granted a new trial to Norfolk Southern Railway Company after it was discovered a Mingo County juror involved in an $800,000 verdict had not disclosed a relationship with one of the plaintiff’s attorneys.
BLUEFIELD – A couple alleges that a debt collector continued to call them after it was informed they had retained counsel.
WINFIELD – A Hurricane resident alleges a debt collector used unfair and unconscionable means to collect an alleged debt.
HUNTINGTON – A Kentucky resident alleges her claim for disability benefits was illegally denied.
PINEVILLE – A shopper at the Dollar General Store in Oceana alleges she was injured when several boxes fell on her.
CLARKSBURG – Two West Virginia residents formerly employed by an energy services company with an office in Bridgeport allege they were not rehired because of their legal claims against the company over wages.
MARTINSBURG – Eleven lawsuits against Antero Resources for oil and gas royalty payment issues were removed to federal court.
BECKLEY – Two men are suing Arch Coal after they claim it violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by failing to properly pay them for all hours worked.
MARTINSBURG – A pet groomer is suing Travelers Casualty Insurance Company of America after she claims it failed to pay on a claim for fire damages.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court has ordered the suspension of a Putnam County attorney who is facing a federal child pornography charge.
CHARLESTON – Circuit Judge Carrie Webster granted a petition for a writ of mandamus and partially granted a petition for injunctive relief in a lawsuit filed by Chief Administrative Law Judge Rebecca A. Roush.
NEW MARTINSVILLE – A Texas company is seeking declaration from the court in a dispute with an Alabama company regarding a well in Wetzel County.
BECKLEY – A Raleigh County company is alleged to have terminated a Fayette County man in retaliation for filing a workers' compensation claim.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Monongalia County resident alleges his ethnicity and faith were factors in his termination by a company doing business in the oil and gas industry.
PRINCETON – A Bluefield man is suing the city's sanitary board after sewage backed up into his home and allegedly damaged his property.
BECKLEY – A New York traveler is suing a Beaver hotel over alleged injuries after slipping on ice.
WHEELING – A shopper at a Wheeling Family Dollar store alleges she was injured when a chest that was part of a display fell on her.
CHARLESTON – Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has moved to suspend a December lawsuit filed against the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration after receiving a federal directive given to the DEA from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General announced that an Eastern Panhandle contractor is now heading to prison after an investigation conducted by his office and partners.