CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court storm is over. That’s what Circuit Judge Alan Moats said Jan. 4 during the swearing in ceremony for new Justice John Hutchison.
News from January 2019
An estate administrator is suing a nursing home and a medical facility, citing alleged negligence and wrongful death.
A patient is suing a podiatrist, citing alleged negligence.
A patient is suing a podiatrist and a medical doctor, citing alleged negligence.
CHARLESTON — A former employee has filed a class-action lawsuit against Highland Hospital, citing alleged failure to timely pay wages, retaliation and wrongful termination.
A motorist is suing a vehicle owner and a driver, citing alleged negligence.
A property owner is suing contractors, citing alleged unfair and deceptive practices.
A West Virginia government entity is suing employers, saying they don't comply with state law.
A patient is suing health care providers, citing alleged negligence.
A guest is suing hotel operators, citing alleged negligence.
MARLINTON — Three cases were filed against Frontier after the plaintiffs claim the company was negligent in installing telephone poles near their homes.
CHARLESTON — The town of Gauley Bridge is suing drug manufacturers for the opioid crisis that has ravaged West Virginia and the rest of the country.
CHARLESTON — A recent opinion by the state Judicial Investigation Commission says candidates should ask third parties to stop making misleading statements in election advertising.
ELKINS — Ten lawsuits were filed against Ocwen Loan Servicing alleging it violated West Virginia law by sending numerous letters and notices that threatened to asses them unlawful fees.
WHEELING — A man is suing Tug Hill Operating LLC for failing to an oil and gas well on his property.
CHARLESTON — The grandparents of a child born addicted to opioids is suing Purdue Pharma and other drug manufacturers for the child's suffering after birth.