A woman claims that her husband died because of the negligence of a transportation provider.
News from March 2019
HUNTINGTON — A lawsuit in which a woman claims she was sexually assaulted when pulled over by a police officer has been removed to federal court.
CHARLESTON — A widow alleges her husband died due to his use of cigarettes.
A woman claims her daughter was killed by a drunk driver and is suing for damages.
HUNTINGTON – Charleston attorney Carte Goodwin secured a victory recently when U.S. District Judge Robert Chambers ruled against U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart in a case involving hemp in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia at Huntington.
A water management department claims that the testing measures taken by a mining company were not up to the water-quality standards required.
BLUEFIELD — A man is seeking damages, claiming that his workplace made him sick due to exposure to dangerous substances such as benzene.
CHARLESTON – The state Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission is accepting applications for the pending McDowell Circuit Court judicial vacancy. Current Judge Booker T. Stephens has announced his retirement, effective May 31.
MORGANTOWN – The parents of a former West Virginia University student have filed a civil lawsuit against the women who struck and killed their daughter last year.
A trucking company is seeking damages, claiming it was never paid a rebate it is owed.
A woman is seeking damages, claiming that she was terminated unfairly from her position.
An auto parts company claims a customer owes it more than $27,000.
HUNTINGTON —A woman claims that she was injured at an Aldi in a slip and fall.
A resident physician’s undetected error may have cost a patient her life during treatment at Vanderbilt University Medical Center – just the type of case Nashville attorney Brian Cummings seeks to address.
BLUEFIELD — A man claims a car he was sold was not in conformity with manufacturer's standards.
CHARLESTON — A woman is seeking damages after being involved in a car accident with a school bus.
CHARLESTON — A woman is seeking damages, claiming her workplace violated the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Dissent in Sandy Hook decision says Conn. SC misread federal law, victims shouldn't be allowed to sue Remington
HARTFORD, Conn. (Legal Newsline) - The Connecticut Supreme Court has said family members of victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre can sue the manufacturer of the Bushmaster rifle used in the assault under a theory the company’s advertising violated the state consumer protection statute.
CHARLESTON – The federal investigation into the state Supreme Court is over. U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart issued a statement March 14 announcing the conclusion of the probe that has lasted for more than two years.
WILLIAMSON – Former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship has filed a $12 billion lawsuit claiming saying national media outlets and leading Republicans intended to defame him in his 2018 U.S. Senate bid.