News from April 2019

Woman claims she was fired by Genesis Healthcare after complaining of workplace sexual harassment

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 11, 2019

BECKLEY — A former employee is suing a health care company, alleging she was sexually harassed and then terminated after whistleblowing.

Garbage disposal company accused of negligence in Marine recruiter's death

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 11, 2019

BECKLEY— A woman is suing a garbage disposal company, alleging her husband was caused to suffer and die due to a collision caused by its negligence.

Woman seeks 8 years of overtime pay from Beckley ARH Hospital

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 11, 2019

BECKLEY— A woman is suing her employer, alleging that she is owed overtime for more than eight years of work.

Williamson Foot Clinic alleged to owe more than $6,000 to Wisconsin company

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 11, 2019

LOGAN – A Wisconsin company alleges a Logan clinic failed to pay in full for goods it ordered.

Fired worker claims Walmart falsely accused her of shoplifting

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 11, 2019

LOGAN — A former employee is suing Walmart, alleging she was unfairly terminated after wrongfully being accused of shoplifting.

Charleston attorney says students 'left out in the cold' when for-profit Indiana college closed

By Kyla Asbury | Apr 11, 2019

Attorney Rusty Webb of Charleston-based Webb Law Centre is working to help former students of a now-closed for-profit Indiana college get the money they deserve after the school closed and failed to timely inform the students that the school would be closing.

U.S. Attorney's Office subpoenaes state Commerce Department about The Greenbrier

By Kyla Asbury | Apr 11, 2019

CHARLESTON — The United State's Attorney's Office issued a subpoena to the West Virginia Department of Commerce for all communications regarding The Greenbrier.

Martinsburg firefighters amend holiday pay complaint to include retaliation, salary adjustment

By Chris Dickerson | Apr 11, 2019

MARTINSBURG – A lawsuit filed by more than three dozen current and retired Martinsburg firefighters allegedly failing to pay holiday pay has been amended a second time to add claims of retaliation and salary adjustment.

5 Things To Look For When Selecting A Personal Injury Attorney & How Brian Cummings Checks Each Box

By W. Virginia Record Submission | Apr 12, 2019

It is a scenario few of us ever expect to face. You or a loved one suffered a serious injury at the hands of people you trust: your team of healthcare professionals.

Stens Specialty Brands alleges Country Power Equipment owes more than $5,000 for goods

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 12, 2019

PRINCETON – An Indiana company alleges a Princeton business failed to pay for goods it purchased on credit.

Elliott Construction accused of firing man who sought worker's compensation benefits

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 12, 2019

LOGAN – A construction worker alleges his Logan County employer terminated him because he sought workers' compensation benefits for a work-related injury.

Couple claims their $40,000 Ford vehicle has factory defects that can't be repaired

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 12, 2019

WHEELING — A couple is suing an automaker, alleging a vehicle they purchased has experienced a number of problems that have been unable to be remedied.

Green Tek worker claims he was injured when light fixture fell on him

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 12, 2019

PRINCETON — A man is suing his employer, alleging he was injured when a light fixture fell and struck him.

Hospital sues software company following malware attack

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 12, 2019

PRINCETON — A hospital association is suing a technology company, alleging its computers were attacked by malware despite purchasing a software package guaranteed to prevent such a breach.

Nurse claims she was directed by Ohio Valley Medical Center to go home, then fired for abandoning her position

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 12, 2019

WHEELING — A nurse is suing her former employer, alleging she was terminated after being sent home from work early.

Teacher claims ex-wife accessed his confidential health data, then used it to have him fired

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 12, 2019

WHEELING — An elementary school teacher is suing his ex-wife, alleging she accessed his confidential health information and then used it to injure him and cause him to lose his job.

Sales team member claims Troy Group terminated her due to her race and age

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 12, 2019

WHEELING — A saleswoman is suing her former employer, alleging she was terminated due to her race and age.

Wheeling teacher denies sexual, mental abuse claims; says she was victim of physical, emotional abuse

By Chris Dickerson | Apr 12, 2019

WHEELING – The attorney for a former Ohio County teacher who allegedly sexually and mentally abused a former student of hers says his client denies the allegations. In fact, she alleges she was a victim of physical and emotional abuse at the hands of her accuser.

UPDATE: Wheeling woman says proper foreclosure procedures weren't followed with her home

By Chris Dickerson | Apr 12, 2019

WHEELING – A Wheeling woman has received a temporary restraining order after claiming a bank wrongly foreclosed on her home.

BORDAS & BORDAS PLLC: $73,000 Royalty Mistake Corrected

By Press release submission | Apr 15, 2019

Unfortunately, stories like this are sure to abound as the years progress.

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