HUNTINGTON – An Ohio woman who suffered injury to her pancreas and other complications following surgery to remove her gallbladder at the Marshall University School of Medicine is suing the university's board of governors over the alleged negligence of the medical staff.
CHARLESTON – The former director of administration for the School Building Authority of West Virginia alleges she was fired due to her medical conditions and disabilities and is still owed wages and benefits according to state law.
Bailey & Glasser is pleased to announce Ben Bailey, Brian Glasser, John Barrett, and Brian Swiger were selected by peers for inclusion in the 2020 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America, in the following practice areas.
CHARLESTON – There is no greater responsibility of state government than to provide a thorough education for our children. American leaders from every generation have recognized the importance of a world-class, public education.
Truth be told, those who have grown up in West Virginia and Kentucky are sons and daughters of coal miners in a way – if not genetically, then psychologically at least, as grateful beneficiaries of the hard work they’ve done throughout their lifetimes.
CHARLESTON – The state Republican Party chairwoman’s removal of the Wood County party official has resulted in a lawsuit. Rob Cornelius, chairman of the Wood County Republican Executive Committee, filed his complaint and petition for writ of mandamus Aug. 21 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Secretary of State Mac Warner and West Virginia Republican Party Chairwoman Melody Potter.