A bank is seeking more than $117,000, claiming that a customer failed to pay.
News from March 2019
MOUNDSVILLE – A couple is seeking damages, claiming that the owner of adjacent property failed to maintain its septic system.
MOUNDSVILLE – A couple claims an energy company used their private property without permission for gas extraction.
NEW CUMBERLAND – A couple is seeking damages, claiming that their home was caused damage by the city and then was demolished.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) said this week he was opposed to President Donald Trump's nominee for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit, Chad Readler.
Supreme Court rules Circuit Court overreached in condemnation of private property for highway project
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled that a Circuit Court exceeded its authority in a case involving private property near a high-traffic road.
CLARKSBURG — The West Virginia Bar Association is hosting a networking event later this month that doubles as a continuing legal education credit event.
INSTITUTE — Newly appointed West Virginia State University Board of Governors member Kenneth D. Gray is looking forward to serving on the board and helping the school move forward.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals reversed a decision made by a Boone circuit judge involving the reinstatement of a woman's driver's license.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court affirmed a decision by a lower court in an appeal by a former West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources employee who claimed she was wrongfully fired.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled that a company must comply with the sale of its property that it entered into and then refused.
On March 7, the House of Delegates voted 58-42 to pass Senate Bill 318. It would move the state’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit from the state Department of Health and Human Resources to the Attorney General’s office.
'Easy grandstanding': Congress backs trial lawyers' effort to condemn chemicals, win lawsuits while science debated
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – As Congress vilifies chemicals known as PFAS, some question whether the research upon which lawmakers – and trial lawyers – are relying shows that anyone has actually been harmed by them.
CHARLESTON — A woman is seeking damages, claiming she was rear-ended by a negligent driver.
CHARLESTON — The Department of Transportation claims a driver caused damages to a guardrail and cable barrier.
A corporation is seeking more than $130,000 from a franchise that allegedly failed to pay on its lease.
CHARLESTON — A tennis club claims a contractor failed to complete a job for the agreed-upon price and then demanded additional payment.
CHARLESTON — An inmate claims he was injured and caused emotional distress by jail officials who treated him as if he were suicidal.
A woman is seeking damages, claiming that she was terminated after complaining about a harassment issue in the workplace.