WHEELING — An inmate is suing West Virginia Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation and Youth Services System Inc., citing alleged excessive use of force resulting in a permanent injury.
News from March 2019
WHEELING — A Belmont County, Ohio, woman is suing Highmark West Virginia Inc., alleging wrongful termination.
BECKLEY — A woman is suing Primecare Medical of West Virginia Inc., citing alleged negligence and reckless conduct in the death of a Southern Regional Jail prisoner.
BECKLEY — A couple is suing Wells Fargo Bank NA and Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, citing alleged illegal debt collection.
CHARLESTON – When Senate President Mitch Carmichael (R-Jackson) calls for reform of our public education system, the place to start is with the West Virginia Legislature itself.
WHEELING — A homeowner is suing Westfield Insurance Company, citing breach of insurance policy in the agency's alleged failure to provide proper coverage.
CHARLESTON — Star USA Federal Credit Union is suing another credit union, citing alleged breach of contract and breach of duty.
PRINCETON — A woman is suing First Community Bank, citing alleged negligence and premises liability as the cause for her fall on the premises.
BECKLEY — A husband and wife are suing Raleigh General Hospital for alleged negligence and vicarious liability in the birth of their son.
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing Sunbridge Dunbar Health Care LLC, d/b/a Dunbar Center, and Genesis Healthcare LLC, a nursing home, citing alleged negligence and wrongful death.
WINFIELD — A couple is suing the Appalachian Power Company and other entities, citing alleged breach of contract, nuisance and trespassing in a dispute about the treatment of the plaintiffs' property.
CHARLESTON — A woman is suing Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation Authority, citing alleged negligence as the cause of her fall while a passenger on one of the defendant's commercial buses.
PARKERSBURG — A Wood County jury has awarded nearly $17 million to a woman who was injured at Walmart when employees were attempting to detain a shoplifter.
CHARLESTON – Like that poison ivy sprout that comes back every spring, legislation to create an Intermediate Appellate Court in West Virginia is back yet again. It’s no more necessary now than it has ever been, and it’s just as noxious as that stubborn poison ivy.
Dear Editor: Shortly after President Trump swore her in as U.S. Small Business Administrator, Linda McMahon vowed to meet as many small business owners and their employees as she could.
WHEELING — A husband and wife are suing three consumer reporting agencies, alleging violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
LOGAN — A couple is suing Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., citing alleged fraud, negligent misrepresentation and unjust enrichment relating to a home loan.
CLARKSBURG — A Panera customer is suing an ownership group, citing alleged negligence in a slip-and-fall case that resulted in serious injuries.