BECKLEY — Two women are suing a driver of a corporate vehicle who allegedly caused a car accident.
News from April 2019
Resident claims condo association has failed to remedy drainage issues, resulting in flooding and mold growth
BECKLEY — A woman is suing her condo manager, alleging the condo association has failed to improve drainage which has caused flooding and mold growth.
PINEVILLE – A Wyoming County consumer alleges he purchased an extended warranty for his vehicle that was not honored when he needed repairs.
SUMMERSVILLE – A Nicholas County business alleges it was not paid for reclamation work it performed on a property.
WHEELING – The patient of an Ohio County doctor alleges she was caused pain because of issues from a surgery.
BECKLEY – An Oak Hill woman is suing a doctor who allegedly was negligent in the details of a hip replacement.
CHARLESTON — An auto salvage worker is suing his employer, alleging he was injured when a car was dropped on him.
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP is happy to announce 33 of its attorneys have been named to the West Virginia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists for 2019.
Bowles Rice is pleased to announce the selection of 18 attorneys named to the 2019 West Virginia Super Lawyers list. The recognized lawyers practice across a wide range of areas, including energy and natural resources, banking, environmental law, business litigation, education law, construction litigation and employment law.
FAYETTEVILLE – A Maryland company alleges a Fayetteville business failed to pay for goods it ordered.
CHARLESTON — A man is suing a dealership, alleging it has not adequately repaired his vehicle.
Earth Pipeline Services alleges it is owed more than $3 million for Mountaineer Express Pipeline work
MOUNDSVILLE – A Pennsylvania company alleges it was not paid in full for work related to a pipeline project and is owed millions.
WILLIAMSON – A Kentucky woman alleges a health care facility terminated her for facility reporting illegal activity.
CHARLESTON — A law office is suing a professional liability insurance provider, alleging it breached its contract through failing to defend claims made.
WINFIELD – A Hurricane woman alleges she was injured at a restaurant in the town because of an uneven sidewalk.
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing her former employer, alleging she was terminated because she was pregnant.
CHARLESTON — A hearing has been scheduled for June in a case challenging where Gov. Jim Justice resides.
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP is pleased to announce client Peoples Bancorp has finalized the acquisition of First Prestonsburg Bancshares and First Commonwealth Bank of Prestonsburg in a transaction valued at approximately $43.7 million.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Marshall County couple says the county sewer district and two contractors wrongly built a sewer system pump station on their property.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY: Owners of Portland Cement Plant in Martinsburg, West Virginia to Pay More Than $1.5 Million Penalty for Air Pollution Violations
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today that Lehigh Cement Company LLC and Argos USA LLC have settled alleged Clean Air Act violations at a portland cement manufacturing facility in Martinsburg, West Virginia.