Plaintiffs attorneys governments across the country in a proposed opioid class action suit are trying to persuade U.S. District Judge Dan Polster to create a “negotiation class” that would empower them to act on behalf of every city and country government in the country and decide amongst themselves how settlement funds are distributed.
ELKINS — A group of West Virginia and Ohio physicians and owners of an Ohio real estate holdings company that declared bankruptcy are being sued by their lender in a dispute of a $9.5 million loan and its application to West Virginia consumer credit laws.
HUNTINGTON – A Huntington car wash owner is suing the city and its sanitary board over their alleged failure to fix and maintain sewer lines near the business, which resulted in damage to the property.
WILLIAMSON — A man who was injured in a Mingo County accident is suing RJS & Sons after the company's driver was cited for possession and for having no proof of insurance at the time of the accident.
CHARLESTON — A West Virginia home care company and its owner claim a Charleston attorney has filed several frivolous lawsuits against their company and threatened to ruin their reputation as part of an effort to extort money.