CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals is expected to hear arguments in the fall regarding the state's right-to-work law after Attorney General Patrick Morrisey filed a notice of appeal last month with the court.
News from April 2019
Pocahontas County Public Service District seeks court order for property owner to connect to sewer line
MARLINTON – A Snowshoe property owner is alleged to have failed to connect to a public sewer line.
WHEELING – A Wheeling business alleges a Hico company still owes a balance for goods it ordered.
WHEELING – An Ohio equipment company alleges a Charleston business owes more than $10,000 for equipment rental.
GRAFTON – A Bridgeport woman is suing a Fairmont roofing company alleging that it did an improper job on the installation of a new roof.
PINEVILLE – A 74-year-old Seth man alleges he was discharged from employment with a mine because of his age and perceived disability.
KINGWOOD – An employee of a Kingwood business alleges she was injured in a robbery and that her employers were negligent in their failure to install security measures.
BECKLEY – A Beckley man is suing a temporary employment agency for coal miners over allegations he and other minors were denied assignments because of their race.
WHEELING – A Wheeling hospital alleges a former executive filed a false complaint in an effort to receive a settlement.
WILLIAMSON – Don Blankenship has filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump Jr. claiming the president’s son was part of a conspiracy to keep him from being elected to the U.S. Senate last year. In his complaint filed April 25 in Mingo Circuit Court, the former Massey Energy CEO says Trump Jr. published a tweet to his 3.5 million followers on May 3, 2018, calling Blankenship a felon.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Legal Newsline) - A law firm representing thousands of pelvic mesh plaintiffs gave some of its clients two days to decide whether to dismiss their lawsuits and accept a proffered settlement from Johnson & Johnson, or risk incurring substantial costs preparing for trial.
NEW MARTINSVILLE – A Parkersburg construction and remodeling company alleges it was not paid for work it completed at a New Martinsville property.
WINFIELD — A man is suing a building company, alleging the company's negligence resulted in a sinkhole on his property.
HUNTINGTON – A health plan alleges that a Barboursville company has failed to pay back funds the plan overpaid.
NEW CUMBERLAND – The administrator of the estate of a Weirton man has filed a suit against the city and a resident over a fall allegedly caused by the state of the sidewalk.
HUNTINGTON – A Cabell County couple is suing the husband's employers and others over allegations exposure to chemicals caused him injury.
HUNTINGTON – A Wayne County widower alleges the negligence of a Huntington medical facility contributed to the death of his wife.
CHARLESTON – A shopper alleges she was injured at Walmart because of a slippery substance left on the floor.
CHARLESTON — Former Kanawha Magistrate Julie Yeager was sentenced today to up to 10 years in prison for embezzlement.