News from February 2019
A Texas company is suing a West Virginia corporation, citing alleged breach of contract.
A tenant is suing a landlord and another tenant, citing that its lease renewal is valid and still in effect.
A Mercer County resident is suing his ex-wife and a city government seeking action pursuant to W. Va. Code 55-13-1, for the court to declare his rights and those of his former wife pertaining to his pension.
A sheriff's department is suing a pharmacy, citing alleged breach of contract.
POINT PLEASANT — A group of contractors is suing a Mason County property owner, citing alleged breach of contract, fraud and unjust enrichment.
A vehicle owner is suing an auto repair shop, citing alleged breach of contract, fraud and unjust enrichment.
A customer is suing a store and its manager, citing alleged negligence.
A former inmate is suing a state agency, a county agency, a health care provider and individuals, claiming they allegedly deliberately denied medical care for his loss of vision.
CHARLESTON — The state Senate has passed a bill that would move the state's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit to be housed in the state Attorney General's office. On a 26-8 vote, the Senate voted Feb. 27 to pass Senate Bill 318. The bill now will go to the House of Delegates, where a similar bill already was introduced.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha Circuit judge has ruled major parts of the state’s 2016 right-to-work law are illegal.
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing a landscaping service, alleging negligence and negligent entrustment in the case of a motor vehicle accident in Charleston.
A man is suing an individual and an insurer citing alleged common law negligence and violation of statute.
A Raleigh County resident is suing a debt collector, citing alleged common law invasion of privacy and violations of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act, the West Virginia Computer Crime and Abuse Act and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
A Delaware corporation is suing its tenants, citing alleged breach of contract, breach of lease agreement and unjust enrichment.
A daughter is suing a nursing care facility citing alleged statutory violations, negligence, ordinary negligence, reckless misconduct and wrongful death.
MARTINSBURG — The mother of a child with autism who claims school teachers in Berkeley County tormented her child filed a complaint against the county department of education and teachers involved.
CHARLESTON – A Washington, D.C., political consultant says former state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry lacks humility and that he should have accepted responsibility for his actions.
Though e-cigarettes are being marketed as a safer alternative to tobacco smoking, design flaws in the products can cause severe injuries or even kill their users, an attorney representing several plaintiffs in personal-injury cases said.